Porto Holiday Travel Information

Portugal
With its Baroque and Romanesque churches, concert halls and museums, Porto, Portugal's second largest city, is both intriguing and charismatic. Located along the D'ouro river estuary on Portugal northern coast, the city has almost perfect year-round weather: great for taking a Port wine tour, golfing at one of the city's …

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Reviews of Porto

Bruno  Costa
Bruno Costa
25/06/2019

I loves it! The food was awesome, the the bus tours can get out all around the city and enables you to see good monuments. If you want to shop, ElCorteIngles is a must..

GN Travelers
GN Travelers
09/02/2019

this city is beautiful tranquil and worth the trip, from Croft Winery trying port wine, beautiful local artisan work, and food.

Marine Bigault
Marine Bigault
16/01/2019

Porto is a gorgeous, authentic and charming city, full of life and amazing food, not to mention the tasty Port wine of which they are a few of the famous cellars on the harbour quays. Enjoyed getting lost in the little narrow streets of the city, having a ridiculously cheap meal and trying the famous Francesinha dish, yes it’s full of calories but it’s delicious! If you are there for longer than a weekend I’d recommend renting a car to go explore the wine vineyards along the Douro river, was definitely one of my highlights!

James Gibbons
James GibbonsMiami
18/04/2018

Porto has exceeded all expectations. It’s an amazing city with culture, history, views, and food. The city is very manageable to walk around and has some very cool souvenirs. After spending three nights here I plan to come back soon fo a larger vacation in Portugal.

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