Cais da Ribeira

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This section of Porto's historic centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has undergone major restoration. The quayside, dominated by the lofty silhouette of the metal Dom Luís I bridge, is one of the liveliest districts in Porto, fronted by dilapidated houses with colourful washing hanging out to dry. A few boats are moored here, some offering cruises along the Douro.

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4000 Porto

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