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Nestled on the estuary of the River Douro, Porto is all about scenic river views, waterside cafes and living life on the slow side.

But it’s also about history, as any trip through Porto’s tourism hotspot that is the Ribeira district will show. This is Porto’s historical heart that leads you through multi-levelled streets, narrow medieval alleys and up and down ancient staircases to all sorts of delightful nooks and crannies of interest.

On your journey you’ll stumble upon Baroque churches, marvel at old storefronts, and have a drink or two in any one of the city’s fine squares and plazas. Let’s just say this is a place crammed with culture. 

April 2017
(27 Rua Ferreira Borges, tel: 22 207 1600) The Port and Douro Wines Institute operates a wine shop, open to the public from Monday to Friday. Besides offering guests a wide selection of Ports, the shop also arranges tours of the institute and wine-tasting introductions.

April 2017
Coliseu do Porto, a beautiful art deco concert hall, presents a wide range of performances in April including musicals, magic shows, pop music and much more. coliseudoporto.pt

January 2017
Solar do Vinho Porto is the place to go for port tasting. Popular and lesser-known wines are available for sale, as well as glassware and literature. There's a beautiful view over the river, too. Head to 220 Rua Entre Quintas, tel 22 609 4749.

January 2017
Guimarães, a UNESCO World Heritage City, offers an impressive castle, an extensive palace, a medieval town centre and a Celtic archeological site. There is a modern motorway to Guimarães from Porto - the journey takes about about 40 minutes.

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