Visits are currently suspended, but we will soon be back.
As a result of the latest state of Emergency and the new confinement, we inform you that all our visits are cancelled.
When we have more information will let all our visitors know of the new opening dates on our social media and website.
Climb the arch of the Arrábida Bridge!
In 1963, the Arrábida Bridge was the largest concrete arch in the world.
Since 2016, the arch became the only one in Europe that is open to visitors. It is a unique opportunity to have access to a building that has been closed to the public for 53 years (despite some clandestine visits...).
Together with a guide and all the safety equipment, even those with who are afraid of heights can climb one of the most iconic buildings in Porto.
At the top, 65 meters above the river, a quiet and relaxing place to enjoy unique views... and a delicious surprise.
Finally, the descent of the 262 steps reveals the size and elegance of this national monument. From 12 years up, in groups between 1 and 13 people.
See you up there!
Rua do Ouro 680, Porto, Portugal
(the access is up a granite staircase that exists 50 meters to the West of the bridge - on your left if you turn your back to the river.)
along the riverside (25 minutes from Ribeira)
line 1 (stop Ponte Arrábida)
STCP 500 (stop Ponte Arrábida)
TOURISTIC BUS: (+ 5 minute walk)
Blue Bus (stop Helitours),
Red Bus (stop Massarelos)
Yellow Bus (stop TramCar Museum)