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Porto, the second largest city in Portugal is a group of historical discoverings and a paradise for sightseeing. Porto trip planner guarantees your most productive and enjoyable visit to the second capital of Portugal.
Porto is a coastal city, lying on the shores of Atlantic ocean. The city is a popular destination due to its preserved medieval architecture, diverse bridges, colorful districts. But one thing that makes it super touristic is wine production. The wines which are made in this part of Portugal are just a dream for gourmands.
The history of Porto dates back to around 300 BC. Since that the city passed a long way and had its best time in the medieval ages. The effect of the Medievals are visible on Porto’s lifestyle and culture till now.
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Dom Luís Bridge
Dom Luís Bridge
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The Dom Luís I Bridge is an arch bridge that connects the cities of Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia. It lies over the Douro. It is situated in the most lively area of Porto, around historic spots. It is used by pedestrians, cars and tramway, so you can have a nice walk there.

Ribeira District

The Ribeira district is the soul of Porto. It is a symbol and presenting image of the city. It is a corner of the city, all filled by pastel houses, colourful bricks and historical buildings. It is the liveliest part of the city, which has lots of traditional details.

Douro River
Douro River
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Clerigos Church and Tower

Clerigos church and tower is the main religious spot in Porto. It’s a baroque style church with a tall adorable tower. Clerigos was built in 18th century. The front facade of the construction is decorated with rich baroque motifs. This great structure has become the symbol of the city.

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Douro Valley Small-Group Tour with Wine Tasting, Portuguese Lunch and Optional River Cruise

Visit Portugal’s prestigious Douro Valley on this full-day wine tour from Porto! Famous for its production of port wine, this UNESCO World Heritage-listed region is indisputably scenic, with swathes of vineyards clinging to the hills around the Douro River. Admire the scenery around the village of...

Porto Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Optional River Cruise and Wine Tasting

Go sightseeing in Porto at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off bus tour to see the city’s historic attractions and castles, beaches and port. Don’t miss a thing with two included routes – one that covers Porto and another that goes to the neighboring coastal towns of Matosinhos and Vila Nova de...

Santiago de Compostela and Valença do Minho Day Trip from Porto with Lunch

Cross the border into Spain and retrace part of St James Way – a sacred route followed by centuries of pilgrims – on a visit to Santiago de Compostela from Porto. On this memorable day trip, explore Compostela's famous cathedral and the city's UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Old Town. Back in...

Guimarães and Braga Day Trip from Porto

Travel north on a day trip from Porto to two of northern Portugal's historic cities, which are currently basking in the European spotlight. First, discover the country's origins in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Guimarães. Home to a 10th-century castle and the Dukes of Braganza Palace, the...

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