Yes another photo-ma-graphic post today, and it’s the highly photographic destination of Porto, Portugal that I am highlighting today. It’s so photogenic that I had no choice but to split up the photos into at least two posts – we will see if there’s a third in there and you never know, it really is a place very easy to photograph. Lots of different colours, great buildings, and so much more. So let’s have a little look into Porto – today’s post features the Se Cathedral, The São João National Theatre and the Jardins do Palacio Cristal. Enjoy!
Thanks for popping by today! May the Journey Never End!
17 thoughts on “Porto – Through My Lens (Pt 1)”
Looks like a stunning city have always wanted to go to Porto and Portugal in fact but am yet to make it
You must its very rewarding and just stunning! Thanks for commenting!
It brings back good memories, indeed there are many interesting things and the space created by the Douro River calls for pictures.
it is certainly a very photogenic city. Thanks for commenting!
Gorgeous! I’ve never been to Porto but Portugal is very high on my list of places to visit after the pandemic!
You’ll love it. Lisbon and Porto are so different, but both have their great qualities! Thanks for stopping by!
Gorgeous – we were there a few years back and loved it…..
It’s a city very hard NOT to love! Thanks for dropping in!
I’ve never been to Porto but love the wine. It looks like a city worth a visit.
I only had two, brief nights in Porto, and it was certainly not enough time to see a lot of the city. There are many sites you listed in this post which I don’t recognize, and that merits a revisit someday to discover them all! Thanks for sharing your journey, Andy. 🙂
And theres more next Tuesday! 🙂 thanks for popping by!
Beautiful,it is on my wish list
Wow, the theatre looks so grand! But the city looks a bit grey according to your pictures.
Do you think so? I didnt get that impression! Thanks for commenting!
Well, pictures don’t always tell the truth.
I’ve looked at the rainy day post too – amazing how different the same city can look due to the weather.
true! Very different! thanks for popping by!