Porto

Porto is famous for its port wines (which were named for the city of Porto) It is a large city consisting of many different areas including a UNESCO historic city center with narrow winding and cobbled pedestrian streets dating back many centuries. It is located on the Douro River that plays an important role in the development of the region.

There are many boutiques, department stores, specialty shops and street markets within the historic old town section of Porto, as well as along some of the more modern shopping streets in Porto itself. Port wine may be purchased in numerous wine stores at incredible values. There are also many tourist boutiques selling ceramics, lace work, local jewelry, furniture, men’s and women’s fashions and other collectibles. Exploring Porto’s historic old quarters is a “don’t miss” event. There is also an excellent cathedral dating back to the 12th century and a tall (246 feet) granite structure, the Torre dos Clerigos, which is quite interesting.

  • Porto, Portugal

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