The Food, The Wine, The Culture
A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, Porto covers the hills flanking the Douro River and enchants the visitor with its old-world red-tiled roofs, beautiful tile work and Baroque architecture, with interiors dripping with gold.
Portugal’s historical coastal capital is ageless, a city full of stories to tell, where the sun shines nearly 300 days a year, where you can feel safe wandering about day or night, and a city where old customs and history easily intermix with cultural entertainment and innovation. It is a city where everyone is welcome.
Travel from Oporto to the headwaters of the Douro River, one of the most beautiful wine growing regions in Europe.