Built on the steeps of the Douro river that divides the city, Porto is much more than the centre of the Port wine industry.
It also boasts numerous bars, restaurants and brand new hotels.
The charm of the narrow streets of Ribeira has made this capital of the North a World Heritage City by Unesco.
In the North you can visit the most scenic and historical parts of the country: the birthplace of Portugal, ancient castles, colourful villages and ruins from Romans times.
Don’t forget to visit the wine lands of Portugal: Douro. And get carried away by unspoiled, breathtaking nature…
Voted #01 "Best European Destination of 2014"