A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, Oporto dates back to the 4th century, one of the oldest touristic destinations of Europe. Oporto is recognized for its richness of monuments and art. The wine awarded cellars, enormous leisure,and cultural infrastructures are just a few reasons why you should not miss a visit to this gorgeous Invicta city with us.
Start through the main avenue, Aliados, considered the "Living Room" of the city with plenty of important monuments and Portuguese focus to celebrate. See Bolhão Market, the most emblematic market in the city of two floors used by locals for their daily needs.Tour the major Oporto spots, passing by Batalha Square, and Santa Catarina Street, the most commercial artery of downtown Porto. This area is mainly reserved for pedestrians traffic. Have the opportunity to visit the famous and traditional Cafe Majestic, where JK Rowling spent much time writing the infamous Harry Potter book.Be amazed when visiting the Lello Bookstore, with its unique historical and artistic value. Lello has been recognized as one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world by various personalities with writer cases from Spaniard Enrique Vila- Matas, The Guardian, and the Australian publisher of Lonely Planet travel .See the Alongside Porto’s historical sites and some of the city's modern attractions: Dom Luis I Bridge – an iron bridge that was engineered by one of the apprentices of Gustave Eiffel. Become amazed by the classic Rabelo´s boats (flat-bottomed cargo vessels) lined up along the quay.