Located along the Douro River estuary in northern Portugal, Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal and is one of the oldest European centres, and its core was proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996, as “Historic Centre of Porto, Luiz I Bridge and Monastery of Serra do Pilar”.

Porto is a fascinating and vibrant city that is becoming one of Western Europe’s most respect tourist destinations. The city boasts an extensive history, interesting tourist attractions, and a buzzing nightlife, and outstanding tourists facilities.

In the morning:

  • Santa Catarina Street
  • Capela das Almas
  • Bolhão Market
  • Majestic Coffee
  • Aliados’s Avenue
  • Torre e Igreja dos Clérigos
  • Livraria Lello
  • Praça dos Leões
  • Igreja do Carmo
  • Jardins do Palácio Cristal


Francesinha (is a Portuguese sandwich originally from Porto, made with bread, wet-cured ham, linguiça, fresh sausage, steak or
roast meat, and covered with melted cheese and a hot and thick spiced sauce. It is typically served with French fries).

The restaurants where you can eat the best Francesinha: Brasão dos Aliados or Café Santiago.

In the afternoon:

  • Porto’s Sé Cathedral
  • S. Bento Train Station
  • Palácio da Bolsa
  • Ribeira do Porto
  • Ponte D. Luis
  • Caves do vinho do Porto
  • Serra do Pilar
  • Jardim do Morro
  • Jardim das Virtudes
  • Casa da Música

In the late afternoon, enjoy a beer in the Morro Garden or Virtudes Garden and contemplate a spectacular view of the city of Porto.

At night:

You can go to Guindalense Coffee, drink some “finos” (beers), eat a grilled chorizo or bifanas and enjoy the incredible view under the D. Luis Bridge.

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