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Palácio da Bolsa: Perguntas e respostas

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Sydney, Austrália

We are docked in Leixoes for 5 hours in April and we would rather do our own thing, not a 'cruise tour'. Would we have enough time to do the Palacio da Bolsa as well as the other sights in Oporto? Do the times of English guides may vary? What is the price of the tour?

Thank you

JN

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Lovaina, Bélgica
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Hi Janet,

In April, the Palacio da Bola is opened 09:00 - 18:30. You can only visit taking the guided tour (8€ pp). For that, you need to send them an e-mail requesting a reservation (they will confirm quickly). The visit only takes just over half an hour, but it was grand, certainly recommended.

5 hours are pretty sharp, as you may suspect. I can certainly recommed visiting the Monastery (the Vila Nova side of the river). We also thoroughly enjoyed the Clérigos church/bell tower. And since it's so close, visit the Livraria Lello & Irmão. And the Sao Bento railway station is so pretty on the inside....

Have fun!

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Portland, Maine
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I believe so. They have tours at certain times offering them in different languages. I would check the schedule but in that time frame you would be able to tour the palace. Have fun!!

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All the advice so far is good and relevant. Porto on a good day is probably best viewed and enjoyed from the Gaia side. Great views of the Duoro, Ponte de d Luis and a tour of one of the adjacent Port cellars is really highly recommended. Burmester right beside the bridge provide one of the best tours followed by a tutored tasting of three superb memorable ports. Recommend a leisurely 2 hours strolling around Gaia for an authentic taste and feel of a truly stunning location.

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The tours are at set times, so given you have so little time, you need to time your visit so you get to the Palacio at just the right time. I arrived after the final tour of the day had begun, but a helpful staff member took me along to join up with the tour. You might be able to save a bit of time that way! But it'd be a bit risky, because they might say you had to wait for the next tour. As for the advice of globetrotter5981, the person who advises you to go off on your own - well, that feels a bit risky to me too, our tour guide kept everyone together. Best of luck, hope you manage to see everything you plan to see!

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Hello Janet, welcome to Europe. A visit to the Palacio da Bolsa is certainly worth it but, considering your short, and probably tight schedule, you might be pushed for time. One of the tour guides responsible is a French and English speaker, who usually takes both language groups on tour together. That means you might have to account for more than 30 minutes for your tour, as she will try to cater for both language groups.

If, on arrival you find there are more than 15 people allocated to your tour, be sure its going to take more than 30 min. Not a problem. When inside, orientate yourself, and skip the first 2 or 3 rooms,...they're not so inspiring from an architectural or style point of view...just go ahead on your own if you wish...upstairs, and round in a square...just make sure you don't miss the patio of nations, and the arab rooms.

Make a reservation beforehand on palaciodabolsa.pt. Entrance fee is €8 / person or €4.50 for pensioners / disabled pers. with an appropriate pass.

Enjoy your stay!

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