Porto, also called Oporto, is the second largest city in Portugal. It´s a cosmopolitan city that is not far from the Atlantic ocean and it’s one of the most visited cities in the country. The city is intertwined with rich history and unique Portuguese culture. Porto is especially famous for it’s production of Port, originally Vinho do Porto. Port is a type of red wine with a higher percentage of residual sugar and has its origin precisely in Portugal. The historic center of Porto is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Follow this guide to visit the best of Porto:
1. Torre dos Clérigos
Torre dos Clérigos, part of the Clérigos Church, is a 76 meter (249 foot) tall tower that is visible from variable points in the city.