What to see: Oporto-Tui
In Porto, we can admire the Sé Cathedral, built in the highest part of the city. The Clerigos Tower, the Church of San Francisco and the Church of San Lorenzo dos Grilos.
In the lower part of the city, crossing the bridge of Luis I, you come to Vila Nova de Gaia, where its famous wineries are located.
We can visit its Bolhao market to get into the essence of Oporto, as well as the Plaza de la Libertad, the most important in Oporto, in the center of which is the statue of King Pedro IV.
In Arcos, highlights its Church, S. Miguel de Arcos.
In Barcelos, its parochial Church stands out, famous because that is where the most representative symbol of Portugal is made, the rooster, that according to the legend it sang while being roasted.
All its old town stands out for its good state of conservation of remarkable buildings, temples, towers ...
Its medieval bridge deserves special mention.
Ponte deas Tabuas (12th century)
Chapel of Holy Spirit and Sao Sebastian and the Chapel of Sao Bento de Balugaes.
Ponte de Lima is considered one of the oldest villas in Portugal.
This town, bathed by the Lima River, stands out for its rustic and medieval architecture that we can contemplate in the numerous monuments, pazos, squares and gardens that compose it.
Its Roman bridge of sV, composed of 16 arches that It crosses the Lima river, it is one of its attractions.
In Arcozelo highlights the Church of Santa Marinha.
In Rubiaes we can see the Romanesque temple from the 13th century. The Roman and medieval Do Piorado bridge with three semicircular arches.
Tui highlights the International Bridge over the Miño River, a must for pilgrims.
The walled enclosure of s.XVII and s.XVIII, the Cathedral of Santa Maria (mix of Romanesque and Gothic) and Porta da Pia or Pescadería in the urban core.