Cais da Ribeira
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.
Porto, Portugal’s second largest city
Portugal’s second largest city and economic capital of the north, Porto has not only lent its name to some of the finest wines in the world, it is also one of the most picturesque and delightful cities in existence today.Discover
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