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Porto

111 reviews

Porto is an incredible city. I honestly didn't know what to expect when I first chose it - it was actually an afterthought as part of a trip to Lisbon, but I wound up loving it more. It is definitely rough on the knees, as pretty much everything is uphill and on cobblestones, but worth it for the views over ...

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    Matosinhos

    Portugal
    1 review
  • 2

    Vila Nova de Gaia

    Portugal
    6 reviews

    Across the river from Porto, this is where you want to go for Port wine tours and tastings. And don't worry: there are signs everywhere to point you to them!

  • 3

    Vila do Conde

    Portugal
    3 reviews

    The beach in the afternoon

  • 4

    Maia (Porto)

    Portugal
  • 5
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    Santo Tirso

    Portugal
    2 reviews
  • 7

    Espinho

    Portugal
  • 8

    Paredes

    Portugal
    2 reviews
  • 9

    Santa Maria da Feira

    Portugal
    1 review
  • 10

    Lousada

    Portugal
  • 11

    Viana do Castelo

    Portugal
    11 reviews

    little town with a lot of beach cheap food and farms in all a nice little town

  • 12

    Guimarães

    Portugal
    9 reviews
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    Gerês

    Portugal
    9 reviews

    good!!

  • 14

    Aveiro

    Portugal
    12 reviews

    A city located one hour south of Porto, sometimes called the little Portuguese Venice, as it is surrounded by some channels. Their traditional boats, called "moliceiros", where used on Salt transportation from salinas, where they were produced. The city is also known for its Art Noveaux buildings and famous egg pastries called Ovos Moles! Love it.!

  • 15

    Vila Praia de Âncora

    Portugal
    1 review

    one great beach to visit in north Portugal! Surfers spot in the north. A lot of great fish restaurants and a lot of places to see nearby!

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    Braga

    Portugal
    8 reviews

    A town full off history

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    Vila Real

    Portugal
    2 reviews

    Gayle and I passed through Vila Real on our way from the Douro Valley to Santiago de Compestela and really only had the chance to admire the countryside. The Real reason to visit Vila Real, the capital of the province of Trás-os-Montes and birthplace of Diogo Cão (the explorer who discovered the Congo River in 1482), is for the Baroque ...

  • 18

    Ponte do Lima

    Portugal
    1 review

    Ponte de Lima's bullfight day

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    Mesão Frio

    Portugal
    1 review

    Set high above the River Douro, 12 km west of Peso da Régua across a picturesque valley, Mesão Frio is one of the most charming villages in the region. The Douro Valley is a long one and if you stay (like we did) at the nearby Pousada you'll get the best of the best - great wine, stunning scenery, fabulous ...

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    Viseu

    Portugal
    3 reviews
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