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Bolsa Palace

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Home Me
Home Me
April 22, 2019
This splendid neoclassical monument (built from 1842 to 1910) honours Porto’s past and present money merchants. Just past the entrance is the glass-domed Pátio das Nações (Hall of Nations), where the exchange once operated. But this pales in comparison with rooms deeper inside; to visit these, join…
Beaux Arts
Beaux Arts
November 12, 2019
Built in 1842, this used to be the stock exchange in Porto, and is nowadays the headquarters of the city's Commercial Association. The Arab Room is the most amazing room in the palace.
March 17, 2019
Bolsa Palace, a special place in Porto!
October 25, 2019
The Bolsa Palace is one of Porto's most important historical monuments. It was built in the second half of the century. Nineteenth in neoclassical style, intended to host the Porto Commercial Association, which reflects the importance of this activity in the history of the city. Inside it is worth…
Host Wise
Host Wise
February 11, 2019
Beautiful bulding! The arabic salon is a must see!
August 5, 2019
O Palácio da Bolsa. Construído em 1862 em estilo neoclássico e inspirado no estilo mourisco, estava previsto que o Palácio da Bolsa fosse a sede da Associação Comercial do Porto. Durante a sua visita, não pode perder o Pátio das Nações e o magnífico Salão Árabe.

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Porto, Porto 4050-253
Phone+351 22 339 9000
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