São Bento Station
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Jettez un coup d'oeil à ce lieu emblématique de Porto avec ses superbes azuleijos.
Ela própria o local possível de chegada ao visitar o Porto, a Estação de São Bento é um dos símbolos da cidade e uma das mais belas do mundo. Foi oficialmente inaugurada em 5 de Outubro de 1916, 6 anos depois da Implantação da República (embora já estivesse em funcionamento desde 1896) e, embora a…
This is the city's most central station, standing downtown just around the corner from the monumental Avenida dos Aliados.
This main train and metro station is a short walk from the Rua do Almada. It's a must see because of the impressively tiled hall!
Voted one of World's Most Beautiful Train Stations, São Bento is famous for the beautiful hand painted tiles.
The São Bento Railway Station was opened to the public in 1916 on the site of a former Benedictine monastery. It is one of the most beautiful stations.
Here you have the railway station and the metro station. You can go to everywhere from here, just 8min walk from the flat. But actually to visit the city center and the main spots of the city you will not need any transport. But even if you don't need to catch the train, it's a very beautiful…
Admire the 20,000 "azulejos", beautiful Portuguese blue tiles which depict historical life scenes. This train station will connect you to the Douro Valley or to any other picturesque villages in the region.
Why are we directing you to a train station? Because it's one of the world's most stunning. We're not being biased either, as São Bento was voted tenth most beautiful in Travel+Leisure magazine's list of the World's Most Beautiful Train Stations. First, take in the Belle Epoque, Parisian-esque…