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Clérigos Tower is the foremost undisputed landmark of Porto and a reference in the city's history. Clérigos Tower opened its doors in 1763, becoming the highest bell tower of Portugal, with over 75 metres. In 1753 the Italian architect Nicolau...more
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Q-Trip: Free organ concert daily at 12. (1)
Q-Trip: Walk the balconies and see the benches shaped
like a fish. See the organ up close. Get a head shot
with Mary. (2)
Q-Trip: The asp (3) and ... (4, 5, 6 ..._ a hop and...More
At €5 per person this viewing point is great value for money. You will have to climb 240 narrow stone steps to get to the top but the uninterrupted views are worth it. You also get to see inside the church and its surrounding rooms.
Climbed the 240 steps on the tiny stairs to get to 360 views of Porto. On the way down, the carillon was playing. When we toured the church, an organist was playing. Don't skip the exhibition on the 2nd floor, it seemed to be the...More
It is 5€ to enter the museum area of the church and climb the tower, the church itself is free.
I would recommend climbing the tower as the view over Porto is unmatched. There are two landings at the top of the tower, I would...More