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Skip the Line: Tour FC Porto - Museum and Stadium Ticket
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Skip the Line: Tour FC Porto - Museum and Stadium Ticket

36 reviews
Tour the Dragão Stadium and FC Porto Museum with a package that is a must-do for football (soccer) fans while visiting Porto. The museum is open seven days per week, making it easy to schedule a visit that fits into your itinerary. Schedule your stadium tour when you arrive at the museum (stadium tour not available on match days), and book an audio guide for informative commentary.
US$14.84 per adult
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Carol M wrote a review Jan. 25
Dubai, United Arab Emirates6 contributions
Climbing up the stairs is fun enough, meeting and talking to those in queue on your way up. The narrow space and steps are worth it once you reach the top. Exhilarating experience seeing Porto from the tower!
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Date of experience: February 2020
Vadim wrote a review Jan. 18
Murmansk, Russia19,705 contributions2,417 helpful votes
The church and bell tower were built for the brotherhood of clerics and for a long time served as a landmark for ships entering the harbor, because the 76-meter tower is still the tallest building in Porto. The work continued under the direction of the Italian architect Niccolo Nazoni from 1754 to 1763. Nicolau Nasoni was buried in the crypt of the Clérigos Church. However, no one knows the exact place of burial. To climb the tower or not is a question, as Hamlet said. And it's not about 5 € (other sites are usually free). And not in the 222 steps up. It's about the queue. There are a lot of applicants, so it will take a lot of time in the queue. In my opinion, it was not worth it and we passed by. .
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mary Stone wrote a review Dec. 2020
4 contributions4 helpful votes
Wonderful. Lots of stairs but a great result in the end. Lovely view. Great architecture. Do recomend to visit it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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June A wrote a review Oct. 2020
Surrey, United Kingdom2,037 contributions579 helpful votes
This imposing bell tower is quite a sight and well worth visiting with lots to see inside and great views.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Emilie G wrote a review Oct. 2020
Montrouge, France1,403 contributions220 helpful votes
Definitely worth visiting! This is an excllent viewpoint to admire the city of Porto. It also has a museum and you can also visit the church. Best to plan at least an hour.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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