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Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal after Lisbon. Located along the Douro river estuary in Northern Portugal, Porto is one of the oldest European centres, and its historical core was proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.

The Clérigos Tower is one of the most emblematic monuments of the city of Porto. The panoramic view over the city and the river Douro which can be seen from the top of the tower makes the 240 step climb worth the effort.

Clérigos Tower

Fall in love with this fabulous bookshop and the totally unique spectacle of an amazing interior architecture. This somptuous bookshop inspired the Harry Potter’s library in Hogwarts.

Lello's Library

Port Wine is born in the Douro Valley, but it is the city of Porto that gives the name to the wine. A visit to the Port wine cellars is a mandatory activity during any trip to Porto. These wine cellars are all located across the river from the old city center of Porto and to get there you only need to cross the emblematic Dom Luís I bridge.

Porto Wine Cellars

Music is for everyone and so is this House. In the heart of the 2001 European Capital of Culture, Porto stands out from the other cities by housing the first ever Portuguese building exclusively dedicated to Music. This international tribute created a space with personality where, for more than a decade, delightful concerts and the most wonderful chords can be heard.

Oporto Music House