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Praca Almeida Garrett, Porto 4000-069, Portugal
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Just go and see this tiled masterpiece. One of the highlights of my visit to Porto. It tells the story of Porto and the freize above the history of transport.

Thank alltalk
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One of the most beautiful train stations in the World. Absolutely magnificent tiles. If you are in Porto this a must see.

Thank patriziaNj
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful station very beautiful station with a great story to tell. Take a free tour will be worth it. The inside has a lot to tell

Thank Sam649
Reviewed 2 days ago

It's worth reading up a little about the tiled walls that fill this incredible building that was once a convent. So much history is revealed in these depictions and the high ceilings and arches add to the overall beauty and atmosphere - well worth a...More

Thank FifiCapeTown
Reviewed 2 days ago

This train station is like one you have never seen before the walls are 40 or 50 feet high with mosaic tiles (paintings on the tiles) from old Portugal. The ceilings also have beautiful paintings all worth the trip there to see them

Thank Ron G
Reviewed 4 days ago

The tiles inside the rail station is amazingly beautiful. Do not miss it when you are in the area. Make sure you bring a camera/phone with you!

Thank Nicole C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I find amazing the tiles here. It’s a must when in Porto. There is a lot of history and the pictures look great

Thank Renata M
Reviewed 4 days ago

Come to see the station even if not travelling by train. The huge blue and white tile pictures cover the walls and tourists are all around taking photos of these impressive works of art. We did travel by train and the staff member who helped...More

Thank ReadySteadyG0
Reviewed 5 days ago

Even if you aren't taking a train to or from the Sao Bento train station it is definitely worth a stop. The tile work and architecture of this station is beautiful and has to be seen!

Thank artistJoan
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We were on a walking tour of Porto and very glad we stopped off here to see this famous station. It’s grandiose and worthy of its reputation. The tiling is fascinating and it’s also quite cool inside so good on a hot day!!

Thank Becky K
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Han Z
4 August 2017|
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Response from Laurentia21 | Reviewed this property |
Hi I can remember the switch at Campanha was free. There are clear signs when you stop on the track where to go underneath the rail to the other side of the track. It was free because we didn't exit the station but merely... More
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frederick p
4 June 2017|
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Response from venicefish | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely. We saw many taxis. Apologies for the late reply.
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Hei S
5 August 2016|
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Response from Raquel_Leite | Reviewed this property |
Hello, you can go to cp.pt , there's the english option so you can see the schedules there. Hope to have helped :)
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