In Porto, walk the stunning Dom Luis I bridge for incredible vistas, or catch a show at Boavista’s remarkable Casa da Musica. In the Cedofeita neighborhood, choose from two exciting thoroughfares—the stylish Rua du Cedofeita and the trendy row of galleries and vintage shops known as Rua de Miguel Bombarda.

    Just south of central Porto, take a trip to the city of Vila Nova de Gaia and go on a tasting tour through the area’s famous Port wine cellars. Or, head to Povoa de Varzim—or Espinho—for beachfront relaxation and casino thrills.

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