The architecture in Portugal is marked by Art History different periods and by the influence of several cultural and esthetic movements, that resulted in a very rich patrimonial legacy. Many imposing cathedrals were built by the influence of the Romanesque and Gothic styles, and these surely deserve your visit. Some of the more remarkable examples of Portuguese architecture include monuments that exude Manueline, Romanesque and Gothic styles.
The contemporary architecture combines several generations and counts with outstanding names that took Portugal cross-borders, such as Álvaro Siza Vieira and Eduardo Souto Moura, both winners of the international architecture Pritzker prize, but Hyatt Foundation.
Portuguese Architecture good examples that deserve your visit:
Casa da Música;
Coliseu do Porto;
Vodafone headquarters in Porto;
São Bento railway station;
Palácio da Bolsa;
Porto Cathedral – Sé do Porto;
- Francisco Church;
- Luís Bridge;
Porto City Council and Avenida dos Aliados;
Casa da Arquitetura;
Casa de Roberto Ivens.