We can’t wait to welcome you to Porto for AEPC 2024! Here are a few of the must-see sites to check out while you’re in town…


Ribeira District: This historic district, located along the Douro River, is known for its colourful buildings, narrow streets, and lively atmosphere. Ribeira is a UNESCO World Heritage site and offers a charming setting for strolling, dining, and enjoying the views of the river.


Livraria Lello: Considered one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world, Livraria Lello is a must-visit for literature and architecture enthusiasts. The bookstore's neo-Gothic façade and intricate interior, with its stunning staircase, attract visitors from around the globe.


São Bento Railway Station: Famous for its azulejo (traditional Portuguese ceramic tile) panels depicting historical and rural scenes, São Bento Railway Station is a masterpiece of tilework. The station is not only a transportation hub but also a cultural and historical landmark.


Clerigos Tower and Church: The Clerigos Tower is one of Porto's most iconic landmarks and offers panoramic views of the city from its top. Adjacent to the tower is the Clerigos Church, an impressive Baroque church with a stunning interior.


Porto Cathedral (Sé do Porto): This medieval cathedral is a significant religious and architectural landmark in Porto. The cathedral's mix of architectural styles reflects its long history, and visitors can explore its interior and enjoy views of the city from its terrace.