Portugal’s second city Porto is full of charm, dazzling visitors with its collection of cultural attractions, traditional cuisines and tempting port wine. Adorned with blue “azulejos” tiles, Porto’s historic streets open up to a spectacular riverfront, where you can cross the bridge to soak up sunset views or take a self-guided tour of the architectural treasures that dot the city. From art galleries and wine cellars to picturesque landscapes, discover the best things to do in Porto, Portugal.
Enjoy a drink on Cais da Ribeira
A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cais da Ribeira is a waterfront promenade lined with restaurants and bars. Facing the River Douro, look up and you’ll see a kaleidoscope of colorful buildings that range from bright yellow to tangerine. Walk through the maze of pastel-painted houses and pick a cafe to sip on wine as you catch stunning sunset views and watch the world go by.
Cross the Luís I Bridge