A railway station from a bygone era, the foyer is amazing, and well worth a look. Tiled from floor to ceiling, with beautiful stained glass windows
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Interesting station although not quite sure it lived up to the billing in one book as one of the worlds great stations. The big attraction is the entry hall with huge interesting murals and, as I say, it’s certainly worth a visit, but equally it’s...More
I'm not sure about the numbers of commuters but the reception hall of this historical train station was full of people examining the walls and taking photographs.
We were fortunate to be taken into the booking hall by the Porto Walking Tour What a story there is on the walls and the construction of the building
Located right in the middle of the old town, this impressive building can't be missed. The entrance area is completely decorated with tiled motives. Very nice and definitely worth going to to see. Otherwise no special observations. A station is a station.
even if you don't take the rail from here, the inside is a visit on its own! stunning tile work and other little motifs!