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Porto: your port of call in Portugal

 
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Your Porto Vacation is Calling

There’s a reason Porto is home to the third busiest airport in all of Portugal. Not only is the birthplace of port wine experiencing an architectural design renaissance, it also boasts some of the finest restaurants in the country. Porto is full of surprises and you’ll love travelling with your family, friends or other half!

 
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Wander through its UNESCO World Heritage historical centre and alley-crossed Ribeira district. Follow the grapevine to the enchanting Douro Valley and its vineyards on terraces for jaw-dropping vistas and excellent port wines. And explore Porto through a different lens by cruising under its six bridges on the Douro River.

Porto Your Way

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You should spend a leisurely afternoon wandering around this fascinating city. Take in the incredibly romantic view from the top of the Torre dos Clerigos. Then, be sure to stop at the Livraria Lello, voted one of the most beautiful bookstores in all of Europe. Finish your tour with a cruise upriver on the Douro. Be sure to go at least as far as Pinhão—you wouldn’t want to miss its stunning landscape!
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Kids love to get up close and personal with seahorses and sharks at Sea Life Porto, the city’s aquarium, and to lay back and learn about the stars at the Planetário do Porto. The Dragão Stadium—home of FC Porto, two-time UEFA champions —is a must-see. If you’re lucky, you may even catch a Champions League Game!
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One of Portugal’s most famous exports, port wine, is named for this city. That’s why no trip is complete without a guided wine tour and visits to the various wine caves. You should also try Porto’s other specialty, the Francesinha, a meat sandwich covered in cheese and beer sauce. Unlike the baroque style of other major Portuguese cities, Porto is a granite example of medieval and modern monuments existing side by side. One of the oldest European centres, it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.
 

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Guided Tours in Portugal

Porto, Tapas and Flamenco
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    Porto, Tapas and Flamenco

    This coach tour surely brings out the best of the Iberian Peninsula. The first part of your journey is dedicated to the beauty of Portugal, from its cities such as Lisbon, Fatima and Porto, to its valleys and majestic rivers. Then, if you were not in love already, you are sure to fall under Spain’s spell! As you criss cross Cervantes’s land, you will visit some of its most impressive landmarks, savor its delicacies and experiences its culture first hand. Flamenco, anyone?

    11 days 9 nights 14 meals French       More details >




Portugal Your Way
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    Portugal Your Way 

    Get to know Portugal on a journey through this charming country. Up north, taste Porto’s namesake wine and explore its enchanting, picturesque streets. Admire Lisbon from atop São Jorge Castle and get carried away by the sounds of fado in the Alfama district. Down south, the Algarve’s grottoes and rock formations jutting out from the deep blue sea will forever be etched in your memory.

    14 days 12 nights 12 meals French       More details >





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