The city of Porto (Portugal) is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. In the medieval Ribeira district, a narrow cobbled streets wind past merchants’ houses and cafes. São Francisco Church is known for its lavish baroque interior with ornate gilded carvings.

On a visit to Porto (Portugal), there are some places that worth to visit. There is something mystical that is hard to define with this city.  Be sure to visit the River Douro and its heritage on both banks, bridges and monuments. The historic centre of Porto and the River Douro on the Gaia side are now classified as World Heritage. If you like art nouveau buildings, Porto it’s a paradise. The Bento Station could be a good starting point. It’s close to the Cathedral and from there, you descend by steps and mediaeval streets to Ribeira. Be sure to check these coffee terraces and corners. Be sure to walk slow to get some flavour of the local atmosphere. You can get a cruise to watch the six bridges. Some monuments like Palácio da Bolsa (time ago it was the Stock Exchange Palace). Be sure to check the Av da Boavista and the fabulous architecture of La Casa da Música and end the day at the Café Majestic. What can be better?