National Museum Soares dos Reis
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The Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis was the country’s first public art museum.Founded in 1833 under the aegis of Liberalism,it was created to receive the confiscated property of the dissolved monasteries both in Porto and those of S. Martinho de Tibães and Sta Cruz de Coimbra in its Episcopal See.
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The Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis is the oldest public museum in Portugal and the most famous in Porto. Discover this impressive museum.
Hosts a vast collection of Portuguese artists, on the first Sunday of each month, entries are free for single visits or for groups up to 12 persons.
Porto's best art museum presents a stellar collection ranging from Neolithic carvings to Portugal’s take on modernism, all housed in the formidable Palácio das Carrancas. Requisitioned by Napoleonic invaders, the neoclassical palace was abandoned so rapidly that the future Duke of Wellington found…
Built at the end of the 18th Century by a wealthy Porto family, it is classified as a heritage site. It has collections of ceramics, sculptures, engravings, jewellery, furniture, gold and silver.
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“This park is also known as the “lung of the city” and is not only the largest urban park in Porto but in Portugal, with around 83 hectares. People who come here will have the possibility to spend pleasant moments in the company of family or friends, whether it is resting on the grass that covers a large part of the park or strolling through the various paths, some of which lead to the coast. In addition to the green of the grass, you will also marvel at the diversity of trees that you will find there, as well as some lakes that delight the children who try to throw a piece of bread at the beautiful ducks that swim in these waters.”
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“These are the most beautiful gardens in Porto, here you have incredible views of the Douro river, city and sea.”
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“The Tower, Museum and Church Clérigos are a must-see in the city. After climbing 225 steps to reach the top of the tower, you will be astonished by the view of the city (a 360° perspective).”
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“The most traditional café in Porto. It is known for its classic and beautiful decoration. ”
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