A must see if you are in Porto. You can see the city and it is amazing. Not difficult to climb especially if you pay attention to the system that they have : when to go up and when to get down.
About Clerigos Tower
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The building together with the church was nice, although very crowded and difficult to climb with backpack and children. Views to the city are better from Gaia. Entry was reasonable (4 eur), but they don't take cards.
Beautiful cathedral. We loved touring through the entire place until we began climbing the stairs that were so narrow. We pressed on to the top in hopes of open air. Disappointed to find it completely overcrowded and no where to stand. Not recommended for anyone...More
Echoing what most have said about this attraction...the climb is not too bad, as European church towers go, and the views are magnificent. The staff could really take some steps to control the traffic flow in the VERY narrow staircase, but worth the visit
The reward of the great view after the effort of climbing all the stairs was well worth the effort. However on 3 occasions we found more than 1 staff member unobliging and rude. This involved no help in manouvering the dodgy turnstiles, being firmly directed...More
If you follow any tourist map the tower is easy to find. The tower is actually part of the Clerigos Church and is the bell tower. The architecture is interesting with some baroque style. When you reach the top, the panoramic views of the city...More
I just visited the church as my asthma was acting up and I wasn't up to the stairs for the tower climb, nor am I a fan of heights! I'm sure I would have had a better experience if I'd had the views, so don't...More