We’re biased, but when you’re in Porto, you have to check out the Port scene. Not just because of the amazing Ports, wines and authentic houses here, but because it is synonymous with the history of Porto (you can claim it’s culture)! First things first, let’s look at the amazing places to STAY, EAT, DRINK and SEE in this wonderful city.
What to do in Porto? Eat, Stay, See and Drink in Porto.
Porto is an enchanting city, with its cobbled streets and charming alleyways; you can feel the history of the place as you walk around. Beautiful plazas, churches and colourfully tiled buildings are everywhere you go and, most importantly there is now a buzzing food and beverage scene! Enjoy VIND’s guide of ‘What to do in Porto?’
The city is a small one, so pack good shoes and be prepared to do some walking. The first thing I like to do upon arrival is take the Guindais stairs, winding down passed old merchant houses, towards the river, and then cross the bridge over to Gaia. Take a stroll along the Douro and marvel at the beauty of this majestic place — which is built high above the river — then decide what’s on the itinerary…