The City of Porto

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Porto has been named Europe’s best destination multiple times ( 2011, 2013 and 2017). As the city that has never been conquered, it is rich with remarkable history, friendly people and delicious food. There is no chance you won’t love Porto and its surrounding sites

Mercado do Bolhão

Local market selling food, flowers, on stands or other services

Estação S. Bento

Our main train station with beautiful tiles

Avenida dos Aliados

Our main downtown venue with small secrets around

Torre dos Clérigos

Once upon time the tallest building of Porto

Ribeira

UNESCO World Heritage downtown city centre

Ponte D. Luis

Famous bridge with amazing views to our UNESCO site

Majestic Café

Our amazing decorated cafe where J.K Rowling wrote her book

Livraria Lello

Beautiful bookshop and might have influenced on Harry Potter

Casa da Música

Architectural and symbolic meaning in Porto

Porto Tram City

Experience the trams since 1872 and take a journey back to the old Porto

What to eat in Porto

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Francesinha

Little french, consists meat+meat

Bifanas

Bread and pork, with special sauce

Tripas à moda do Porto

Our local dish

Pastel de Nata

Egg tart made in Portugal

Sandes de Leitão

Bread and pork, with special sauce

Sandes de Pernil

Bread and pork, with special sauce

Sardinhas Assadas

Grilled sardines eaten in "S. Joao"

Bolinhos de Bacalhau

Cod pastry

What to dri... Port wine!

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Port Wine is produced from the grapes grown and processed in the demarcated Douro region. It is then stored in the cellars facing the city of Porto.

Ruby

Tawny

Vintage

Late Bottled Vintage

Brief History

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Porto is known as “Cidade Invicta”, the city that was never conquered. Not even during the French Invasions in the 19th century the people of Porto have surrendered. In that historic moment was born "Tripeiros" which translated means "tripe person", this unusual designation comes from the population that gave the meat to feed the soldiers while keeping the pig tripe to themselves and since then, people who live in Porto are called "Tripeiro".