When people ask me where one of my favorite places in Europe is, I respond in a heartbeat with Porto, Portugal.

Porto city, Portugal: - Porto also known as Oporto in English, is the second-largest city in Portugal, after Lisbon, and one of the major urban areas in Southern Europe and the capital of second major great urban area in Portugal -

Lello Bookshop, considered one of the most beautiful in the World. Located in Porto, Portugal...just 300 km from Lisbon!

Lello Bookshop, considered to be one of the most beautiful Libraries in the World. Located in Porto, Portugal.just 300 km from Lisbon!

Porto, Portugal- supposedly some of my ancestors are from here; would love to do some visiting the roots;

Porto (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpoɾtu]), also known as Oporto in English, is the second-largest city in Portugal, after Lisbon, and one of the major urban areas in Southern Europe and the capital of second major great urban area in Portugal.

This is one of the most beautiful railway stations in all the world ,with spetacular tiles. PORTO, Portugal

This is one of the most beautiful railway stations in all the world ,with spetacular tiles. PORTO, Portugal ~I would love to see this!

Porto, Portugal

Porto an interesting Portuguese city on the Douro River. The best way to explore the winding & hilly roads is by foot, where you will discover beauty history & culture, & just how simply photogenic Porto is, with its old architecture & colorful houses!

Where to Eat and Shop in Porto, Portugal - by Tracy Zhang, for Untapped Cities 08.07.2013 | Over the years, Porto’s historic centre Ribeira has also modernized, combining traditional spots with cosmopolitan shops and taste. Walking down the streets, old storefronts are juxtaposed with trendy restaurants. If you are stopping by Porto, here are a few places – both old and new – to check out... Photo: Galeria de Paris Porto

Where to Eat and Shop in Porto, Portugal - by Tracy Zhang, for Untapped Cities

The famous portuguese "pasteis de nata"...so , so delicious. Enveryone should taste this at least once...with a pinch of cinnamon...HUUUMM!! and such a beautifull photo, too...

Recipe for traditional Portuguese custard tarts--this looks like an authentic version. Must try! Pratos e Travessas: Pastéis de nata # Portuguese custard tarts

Rio Douro, Porto, Portugal

Douro River, Porto, Portugal-Stayed here and went to a wonderful festival for St.went to the beach and went port tasting.

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