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One of the hot spots of Porto, with medieval buildings and that ends by the river in Praça da Ribeira. The Cais da Ribeira has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO.
On the other side of the river, in front of Ribeira, the principal port brand-names guard their treasures. This makes for a visit for all the senses: seeing, touching, smelling, tasting and taking home a bottle.
A Roman-Gothic building from the 12th and 13th centuries, with transformations introduced in the Baroque period. The rose window of the facade is of particular note, as well as the vaults, arches and the old baptismal fonts.
The impressive schedule of concerts, films and shows competes directly with the spectacular nature of the building, a project by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas.
Classified as a National Monument, the Tower is one of the ex-libris of the city. Completed in 1763, according to the design of the Italian architect Nicolau Nasoni, it includes a church and a museum.
This is considered one of the 10 best sandwiches in the world and an unmissable snack for those who visit the north of the country. Containing two types of local sausage, linguiça and salsicha, steak and ham, it is topped with melted cheese and a sauce based on tomato, beer and piri-piri (a type of hot pepper).
It's worth a tram ride to see the Douro river flowing into the Atlantic. In addition to geological sightseeing, cafés, restaurants and ice cream shops, Foz is also one of the areas preferred by the city's wealthiest population.
This is the second largest river in the Iberian Peninsula, providing a breathtaking landscape. Take a boat or train trip along its winding curves and enjoy a visit to a winery on the way.
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