Gardens

Jardins do Palácio de Cristal 

Located in the center of Porto, these gardens were designed by the Berliner Emil David (1839-1873), as part of the construction of the Palácio de Cristal building itself. 




A romantic green space,

located in the historic center in the city of Porto, where you can enjoy
stunning panoramic views
of the Douro river and the sea.


Open: 

Monday to Sunday: 
08h00- 21h00

Additional 
information:


Address:

R. de Dom Manuel II, 4050-346, Porto 

Phone number: 

22 532 0080 

Coordinates:

41° 8' 50" N 8° 37' 36" O

https://ambiente.cm-porto.pt/parques-e-jardins/jardins-do-palacio-de-cristal<br>


Parque das Virtudes

Located in the historic center of Porto, is located in the space once occupied by Companhia Hortícola Portuense, designed by landscape gardener José Marques Loureiro (1830-1898).


The perfect place to end the day with a fabulous sunset over the Douro River, with a wide variety of tree species, including some exotic plants.

Open:

Monday to Sunday:
09h00- 19h00

Additional

information:

Address:

Passeio das Virtudes 53-3, 4050-091 Porto  

https://ambiente.cm-porto.pt/parques-e-jardins/parque-das-virtudes<br>


Quinta do Covelo

In the 18th century, the Quinta do Covelo, belonged to a nobleman named Pais de Andrade, whose descendants sold it to Manuel José do Covelo, a merchant.


A green space, with about 8 hectares, very cozy with magnificent views, and a beautiful staircase, a lake with swans and playgrounds.

Open:

Monday to Sunday:
10h00- 19h30

Additional

information:


Adress:

Q.ta do Covelo, 4200-049 Porto

Phone number:

22 010 0220 

 

https://ambiente.cm-porto.pt/parques-e-jardins/parque-do-covelo<br>


Jardim Botânico do Porto 

In 1895, João Henrique Andresen acquired Quinta do Campo Alegre, a port wine merchant who restored the gardens, imposing the dominant romantic style at the time. Two members of this illustrious family of the Porto bourgeoisie became famous writers: Sophia de Mello Breyner and Ruben A. The latter lived in Quinta do Campo Alegre, and his memories are an important historical record of the time.


With several exotic plants, the Botanical Garden of Porto is not only a breath of fresh air, but also one of the most beautiful in the city, it is a space where nature, knowledge and literature emerge. 

Open:

Monday to Sunday:
09h00- 19h00

Additional

information:


Address:

Rua do Campo Alegre 1191, 4150-181 Porto 

Phone number:

22 040 8700

Coordinates:

41° 9' 13" N 8° 38' 33" O 

https://jardimbotanico.up.pt/



Jardim da Cordoaria

It is one of the oldest and most important green spaces in Porto. Better known as Jardim da Cordoaria (due to the activity of the cordoeiros that were installed here. Designed in 1865, it began to be frequented by the city's bourgeoisie and university students.  



A privileged space for leisure, rest or study among the abundant vegetation.

Open:

24h Open.

Additional

information:


Address:

Campo dos Mártires da Pátria, 4050-366 Porto 

Coordinates:

41° 08′ 44" N, 8° 37′ 00" O




Jardim do Campo 24 de Agosto

Jardim do Campo 24 de Agosto was born in the early years of the Republic, between 1912 and 1914, in a place where there was an ark of water from Mijavelhas that fed the city's fountains. 



Small garden with a small lake. It is usually used as a transit point.

Open:

24h Open.

Additional

information:


Address:

Campo 24 de Agosto, 4300-096 Porto 

https://www.porto.pt/pt/noticia/jardim-do-campo-24-de-agosto-esta-mais-verde<br>


Jardim do Infante D. Henrique 

This square, in the Historic Center of Porto, honors Infante D. Henrique - the most important figure in the early Portuguese discoveries.



Has a beautiful lawn, it is a very pleasant place to have picnics on beautiful days. 

Open:

24h Open.

Additional

information:


Address:

Jardim do Infante Dom Henrique, 4050-450 Porto 



Jardim Marques de Oliveira

This famous Invicta garden is named after the Porto painter João Marques de Oliveira, who was born in 1853 and died in 1927. This garden was named in honor of the artist by the Porto City Council.

Typical romantic garden, full of fountains and statues, leafy trees and flowerbeds, as well as a small bandstand.

Open:

Monday to Saturday:

09h00-22h00 
Sunday: 09h00-19h30

Additional
information:


Address:

Passeio de São Lázaro 33, 4000-507 Porto 

Phone number:

 22 339 3472 


Quinta De Villar d'Allen

The Quinta was bought in 1839 by João Allen, consul of England in Porto and art collector. After his death, the property was inherited by his son Alfredo Allen, who was a winemaker, farmer and gardener. He was one of the promoters of the Sociedade do Palácio de Cristal Portuense and responsible for the introduction of a series of exotic plants in Portugal.

They have several interesting elements such as the lake, the forest area, the greenhouse, the Jardim dos Cisnes, several examples of camellias and a formal garden. There are a lot of camellias 180 different varieties in the garden.

Open:

Monday to Saturday: 

10h00-17h00
Sunday: Closed

Additional
information:


Address:

R. do Freixo 194, 4300-208 Porto  

Phone number:

22 530 2741

https://ambiente.cm-porto.pt/cidade-das-camelias/quinta-de-villar-dallen 


Jardim Paulo Vallada 

The garden was opened in 2006 in memory of the Porto politician, writer and businessman António Guilherme Paulo Vallada (1924-2006).


Extensive green space used as a place of passage, rest, recreation and as a sports venue.

Open:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday: 24h Open.

Wednesday: Closed

Additional
information:


Address:

R. Dom Agostinho de Jesus e Sousa, 49 4000, Porto  


Jardim Doutor Francisco Sá Carneiro 

This garden was built in 1948. Initially it was designated as Jardim da Praça Velasquez (Spanish painter, 1599-1660),

Its current name - Praça do Dr. Francisco Sá Carneiro - honors the former Portuguese Prime Minister, born in Porto in July 1934 and died on December 4, 1980, in a plane crash near Lisbon.


With ample space for walking, running or cycling, it also has shaded areas and benches that invite you to relax.


Open:

24h Open.

Additional
information:


Address:

Praça do Dr. Francisco Sá Carneiro 27, 4350-042 Porto 


Jardim da Praça da Rainha D.Amélia  

Small garden with little trees, landscaped with grass, seasonal flowers and flowerbeds, which serves as a crossing point rather than a leisure space.


Small green space simply to be able to rest or relax.

Open:

24h Open.

Additional
information:


Address:

Praça da Rainha Dona Amélia, NA, 4000-075, Porto



Jardim de Teófilo Braga 

The square's terreiro was used for military exercises by the Santo Ovídio barracks, built in 1790 by Queen Maria I. In 1915-1916 the space was converted into a public garden.


Garden with many stories about the statue, palm trees and benches to rest.

Open:

24h Open.

Additional
information:


Address: 

Praça da República, Porto 

Phone number:

22 532 0080 


Jardim do Moreda

it is possible to observe the Monument to the Sales Professional Traveller. It is practically a place of passage on Rua Santos Pousada, an artery whose name evokes an illustrious Freemason and republican who was also notable as journalists and defender of mutualism.

It is a small wooded garden, practically all covered with grass, and where you can see some sculptures.

Open:

24h Open.

Additional
information:


Address:

Rua de Santos Pousada,NA,4000-480, Porto  


Jardim dos Sentimentos

Jardim dos Sentimentos is a themed garden inside the Palácio de Cristal Gardens (which consists of several gardens and spaces).


One of the most beautiful for its location and privileged views, one of the most beautiful over the riverside area.

Open:

24h Open.

Additional
information:


Address:

Rua da Restauração 116, 4050-394 Porto 


Jardim do Calém

In Jardim do Calém, there are tall black poplars and plane trees, basketball hoops, a monument that recalls the Ceuta expedition of 1415 and, on the way to Passeio Alegre and Foz do Douro, a beautiful sculpture representing the angel S. Miguel.


Small garden space that is located almost at the mouth of the Douro River. Offers magnificent views over the river.

Open:

24h Open.

Additional
information:


Address:

R. de Sobreiras, 4150-078 Porto