This cosmopolitan city is the second-largest metropolis in Portugal. As soon as you arrive, you will immediately see all the vibrant colors of its buildings, especially once you reach its riverside districts. Its structures were built in neoclassical, romantic, and baroque styles, which give off a quaint charm despite its modern advancements.
Tourists often go on adventures to see its historic center, celebrated attractions, and popular areas like the Porto Cathedral, Clérigos Church, and the Foz neighborhood. You can also take a relaxing cruise along the Douro River to see its iconic bridges, or visit gorgeous cafés, restaurants, or bodegas and try port wine.