Porto in 3 Days – Day 3 (Last Day)
For your last day in Porto, use the opportunity to buy some souvenirs and visit the last obligatory sites of our 3-day itinerary.
Considered one of the most beautiful cafes in the world, this is an imposing example of the Paris salons of the belle époque, which brought together the highest elite of Porto.
Santa Catarina Street
The street of Santa Catarina is the main commercial street in Porto. In one of the extremities, there is the Majestic cafe and by following the street below you will find stores where you can buy souvenirs of the trip, but also several street artists and many craft stalls. Explore the parallel streets and you will find fantastic traditional shops and the Bolhão market, perhaps the most traditional market of the city.
There are several points of interest, houses with a typical Portuguese architecture, Misericórdia church and its museum, several bookstores and, nearby, Porto’s Marionette Museum. But the main reason to visit this street is because of its movement and animation.
You cannot leave the city without tasting the famous Francesinha, the most famous sandwich of Porto’s gastronomy. With various types of meat and a simply unforgettable sauce.
Tram ride on Line 1
Line 1, of the Tram of Porto, runs along the riverfront in a circuit that allows you to appreciate various points of interest of the city, from the area of Ribeira Square to Foz.
Take a nice walk along the seafront, go to one of Porto’s beaches or just relax on one of the cafes by the sea.
Serralves Foundation and its Garden
In order to finish your 3-day visit to Porto, you should not miss a visit to the Serralves Foundation. Visit the museum, have a tea or simply stroll through its gardens, one of the most beautiful in the city of Porto.
Excelent if you are going to visit Porto with children.