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The Invincible City
Whether it’s wandering down a cute alleyway, past an impressive church or through the predominantly granite Avenida dos Aliados downtown, the hilly cityscape of Porto is impressively diverse. Overlooking the Douro River estuary, this merchant city features colorful homes; industrial bridges and the affluent river bank of Foz do Douro.
Is wine your cup of tea? Take a port-wine tour through the wine caves in Vila Nova de Gaia. Interested in architecture? The Clerigos Tower and Sao Francisco Church will inspire visitors. Fancy some culture? Appreciate what Porto has to offer at the Ethnography and History Museum, Modern Art Museum at Serralves and the Casa da Musica Music Hall.
Fresh food can be purchased daily at the Mercado do Bolhao Market in downtown Baixa. More diverse goods are for sale in the shopping center right next to Dragao Stadium, home to FC Porto.
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Known for its striking bridges and Port wine, Porto is a place of welcoming people, rolling hills and historic sites such as the Baroque Clérigos Tower, the neo-Classical Stock Exchange and the Manueline-style church of Santa Clara.