Estação de São Bento

Trains for Minho and the Douro have left from this station since 1896. Notice the walls of the waiting room plastered with painted azulejos from 1930 by Jorge Colaço. The scenes depicted recall the traditional life in the north of Portugal as well as important episodes in Portuguese history.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Praça da Liberdade

Nearby tourist attractions

Church and tower of dos Clérigos
Church and tower of dos Clérigos
This Baroque church built between 1735
15 minutes
Rua das Carmelitas
Rua das Carmelitas
You must stop at number 144 in this busy
15 minutes
Rua das Flores
Rua das Flores
This small street which goes up towards
15 minutes
A fortress and a church from the 12C,
15 minutes
Old Porto
Old Porto
Steep little streets and alleys cover
90 minutes
Terreiro da Sé
Terreiro da Sé
This vast esplanade which looks down on
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Church and tower of dos Clérigos
Church and tower of dos Clérigos
This Baroque church built between 1735
15 minutes
Rua das Carmelitas
Rua das Carmelitas
You must stop at number 144 in this busy
15 minutes
Rua das Flores
Rua das Flores
This small street which goes up towards
15 minutes
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Church and tower of dos Clérigos
Church and tower of dos Clérigos
This Baroque church built between 1735
15 minutes
A fortress and a church from the 12C,
15 minutes
Churches of do Carmo and das Carmelitas
Churches of do Carmo and das Carmelitas
These two Baroque churches were built
15 minutes
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