A magical city in the north of Portugal, Porto has a lot to offer the visitor. Whether you stay for a weekend or a month, here are some of our favorite things to do, and of course tips for eating and drinking too!
Portugal’s Douro Valley is world famous as the place where the grapes for port wine are grown, it is most easily accessed with a car. However it is possible to explore some of this stunning region via public transit with a bit of creativity.
Have you tried ginjinha?
This delicious cherry liqueur is a specialty of Lisbon. Made from Morello cherries, also known as ginja berries, the sweet drink has been enjoyed in the area surrounding Lisbon since the 17th century.