Porto Vacations

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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Things to see and do in Porto

David lally | Trip by SkyscannerDom Luís Bridge
Dom Luís Bridge
David lally | Trip by SkyscannerHistoric Centre of Oporto
Historic Centre of Oporto
David lally | Trip by SkyscannerPraça da Ribeira
Praça da Ribeira
David lally | Trip by SkyscannerAvenida dos Aliados
Avenida dos Aliados
Jsome1 | FlickrMuseu Serralves
Museu Serralves
Ana Rita Bras | Trip by SkyscannerCasa da Música
Casa da Música
jafsegal (Thanks for the 3.5 million views) | FlickrMercado do Bolhão
Mercado do Bolhão
David lally | Trip by SkyscannerTorre dos Clérigos
Torre dos Clérigos
Joana Soares | Trip by SkyscannerFoz do Douro
Foz do Douro
Ana Rita Bras | Trip by SkyscannerParque da Cidade
Parque da Cidade

Reviews of Porto

Beth H
Beth H

The food is amazing! Particularly recommend trying Francesinha, Bacalhau and pastel de nata and not to forget having some Porto at as part of a tour of one of the wineries on the river front! One of my favourite cities, the views are stunning

Robert Heinsch
Robert Heinsch

I had a great time in Porto, spending three days there before I started the Camino Portuguea

Lowell Fin
Lowell Fin

This city is very old. It is wonderful. The city daily life is slow. But, everything here reflects peace and love. I love this city. It is basically Paris of Lberia

Shahzaib Raza
Shahzaib Raza

It might be not that much popular like other vacation spots but in my opinion it’s worth visiting t here