Porto has long been a go-to for those wanting a European city break and with the charming way it unfolds along the seashore and Douro river, it's easy to see why. The city sits in one of the oldest wine regions in Europe and its most famous export is port which can be found (and greatly enjoyed) in any of the wine cellars dotted throughout the streets, all soaked up with some delicious Portugese cuisine, including francesinha, a huge meat-filled sandwich, and pastel de nata, the world famous custard tarts. While the city itself doesn't have a beach, a short tram ride will take you to Foz do Douro and its fine sands and Atlantic waters. Back in the city, there are several landmarks ready and waiting to take your breath away, from the stunning views at the top of Serra do Pilar to the ornate Clérigos Tower, Porto's most iconic landmark
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