Porto: History and Good Vibes

Group 6 Porto - Portugal
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About the location

Located along the Douro River estuary Porto is the second largest city in Portugal, behind only Lisboa and it is also one of the oldest European centres. It also has a historical core that was proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.

Porto is also remembered by what may be it’s most famous export: Port wine. The cellars located in Vila Nova de Gaia were historically responsible for the packaging and export of this unique kind of wine.

In this guide you will the necessary information for a very cultural and enjoyable stay at Porto!  

Guide Highlights

History and Culture

All the information you need to know the most important places of the city.

A selection of the best tours and cellars

What you need to taste the best of Porto's gastronomy and wine and visit the Douro Valley

Guide Summary

This guide brings all the information for a 3 to 5 day trip in Porto.Here you will find what you need to visit from the most traditional and historical places of the city, to the best wine cellars of Porto and the Douro Valley region.


If you are looking for the best in Porto, this is your guide. Have a good trip and enjoy!

Featured in this guide

Local food
Photo spots
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Wineries
Group 31 Museums
Foodie favorites
Group 39 Art
Group 32 Historical
Group 33 Walkable

Great for these trips

Solo
Cultural / Historical
Family with kids
Girls / Guys Trip
Family without kids
Romantic / Honeymoon
Wellness / Rejuvenating
City

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  • Guide Architect

    Luzia Cavalcante

    Luzia Cavalcante

    Hi There! My name is Luzia. I’m a travel lover and photographer based in Brasília, capital of Brazil. I hope you enjoy my guides!

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