Travel+Leisure picked the 16th most beautiful railway stations in the world. S.Bento's Oporto railway station made the list. You know, a list is just a list made by people. But most buildings picked are really awsome. You can check it here.
"While the exterior is certainly beautiful—and brings to mind 19th-century Parisian architecture with its mansard roof and stone façade—it is the front hall that will make you gasp. The walls are covered with 20,000 splendid azulejo tin-glazed ceramic tiles, which took 11 years for artist Jorge Colaço to complete."