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From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new.

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new.

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal - via The New York Times 28.01.2016 | From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new. Photo: Cozy Trasca offers petiscos (the Portuguese version of tapas).   RePinned by : www.powercouplelife.com

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal

From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new.

From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new.

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal By NELL McSHANE WULFHART JAN. 2016 From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new.

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Porto: Fine wine and understated charm in Portugal's Latin city with northern soul - via The Independent

Clérigos Tower, a landmark of the historic city – a Unesco world heritage site.

Porto city guide: what to see plus the best hotels and restaurants and bars

Clérigos Tower, a landmark of the historic city – a Unesco world heritage site. Photograph: Alamy Porto city guide: what to see plus the best hotels and restaurants and bars

The Ponte de Dom Luís I stretches from the Ribeira section of Porto, Portugal, over the River Douro to Vila Nova de Gaia.  ~Daniel Rodrigues | The New York Times

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal

From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new.

From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new.

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal

NYTimes: From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new.

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal by Seth Sherwood, The New York Times November 23, 2011 | FOR years, Porto’s motto was, in essence, “You’ve tried the wine; now try the city!” But these days Portugal’s second-largest metropolis — an attractively faded hillside city of venerable town houses and Baroque churches — no longer needs to coast on the reputation of its famous digestif. #Portugal

36 Hours in Porto, Portugal

NYT 36 Hours in Oporto // With a new night-life district and a blossoming creative scene, Portugal’s second-largest city no longer needs to coast on its famous digestif.

On a rainy day in Porto via Flickr.   S.Richard

Tiled apartment building, old corrugated metal, Porto/Portugal, photo: Steve Richard

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