Porto is one of the oldest tourist destinations in Europe. The richness of its artistic heritage, the Port Wine, the vast spaces dedicated to leisure and its cultural life are just some of the reasons that invite you to visit the city.
It is a charming town, situated on the slopes of the Douro river, near its mouth.
Classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO thanks to its beautiful monuments and historic buildings such as the imposing Cathedral or the Clérigos Tower, Porto is Portugal’s second largest city and have superb views over the world-famous Port Wine Cellars on the river opposite bank, in Vila Nova de Gaia.
The Historic Center of Porto, its landscape and the sinuous layout of its streets give it a singular beauty.
In the city, Port Wine is present in many forms and senses: it can be known and experienced, but never ignored, or forgotten.
Francesinha, one of the most typical dishes of Porto, it’s a must. It is a kind of sandwich with several meats and a spicy sauce whose recipe remains secret.
The gastronomy is substantial and diversified. Other typical dishes can also be enjoyed. Fish and shellfish can be found with plenty.
It is best to come and meet their people, the most genuine of this city!