Introductions to Porto

The capital’s little brother, Porto is Portugal’s second largest city. Famous for its sweet wine, the city spreads along Douro River and features a lovely historic centre (Ribeira), which has been enlisted as one of Unesco’s World Heritage Sites.

Narrow lanes, Romanesque cathedrals, early 20th-century architecture and dozens of scenic staircases make Porto one of the most picturesque cities in Western Europe.

The city’s modern profile, on the other hand, includes edgy art museums, gourmet international restaurants and a dazzling nightlife, which is supported by the city’s significant college population. Some futuristic architecture is there for you to discover as well.

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