Porto is a small town, so you can superficially explore the most emblematic places in just one day.


In the other days or on a future visit you can spend more time in every small part of the city, where you will be amazed at how many experiences and new things you can see and explore.


Be aware that different times of day will provide different experiences and activities in the same places. Don’t worry, you will have time to repeat and explore each place you spent on your first day. The downtown is very small but full of nooks and crannies.


Before planning everything, the first step we recommend is checking the weather on this Portuguese site so you can see the weather for each hour: https://www.ipma.pt/en/otempo/prev.localidade.hora/#Porto&Porto



  1. If the weather is good, you can start by having the hearty breakfast on a terrace right in the city center. Here you can enjoy a variety of bakeries that will let you know what locals enjoy eating in the early hours of the day:


  • Padaria Ribeiro


“In the bread championship, 140 years of experience says a lot about a house, right? This is the case of Padaria Ribeiro, an institution in the city where there is bread for all tastes, cookies, bread and even cakes. All done in the house. ” – Timeout

  • Leitaria da Quinta do Paço



  • Manteigaria – Fábrica de Pastéis de Nata



  1. Morning


  • Praça de Gomes Teixeira
  • Carmo Church
  • Porto University
  • Livraria Lello



  • Praça de Lisboa
    • Clérigos Church
  • Avenida dos Aliados
  • São Bento Station


  1. Lunch



(Vegan Option)


  1. Afternoon


  • Porto Cathedral – Sé do Porto
  • Luis I bridge

  • Funicular dos Guindais
  • Go through Ribeira until the end
  • S. Francisco Church
  • Go up to Rua das Flores


  1. Dinner


Praça dos poveiros





We hope you like this itinerary and enjoy the best Porto has to offer.