1. Portugal
  2. Porto District
  3. Porto
  4. Clérigos Church

Porto: Torre dos Clerigos Entrance Ticket

Product ID: 57114
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Enjoy panoramic views of Porto from the top of the baroque Torre dos Clérigos, and climb the 225 steps of the city’s iconic Bell Tower at your own pace. Marvel at the adjoining church and its intricate façade of seashells and garlands.
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Experience

Highlights
  • Climb to the top of the Torre dos Clérigos in Porto
  • Enjoy panoramic views at the top of 225 steps
  • Admire the baroque façade of the Igreja dos Clerigos
  • See the Irmandade dos Clérigos Collection and the Christus Collection
Full description
Experience one of Porto’s most iconic attractions at your own pace with an entrance ticket to the Torre dos Clérigos. Adjoining the baroque Igreja dos Clérigos, the Torre dos Clérigos, can be seen from various points in the city and is one of its most emblematic symbols.

Built for the Clérigos Brotherhood by Nicolau Nasoni, an Italian architect and painter responsible for a large body of work in the north of Portugal during the 18th century, construction of the church began in 1732 and was finished around 1750. The monumental divided stairway in front of the church was completed in the 1750s. The main façade is heavily decorated with baroque motifs.

Climb the monumental Bell Tower of the church for panoramic views across the entire city, and an up-close view of its most symbolic attraction. Then, go to the exhibition space in the Clerigos Building to admire the Irmandade dos Clérigos Collection and Christus Collection, where you can see pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, including furniture, paintings and vestments.
Includes
  • Entrance ticket to the Torre dos Clérigos

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Meeting point

Rua de São Filipe Nery, Porto

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Important information
Know before you go
• Please note that there is no lift to the top of the tower, and this activity is not suitable for people with reduced mobility