Porto-Portugal. Porto—with its Berlin-like industrialism and Firenze-eque charm—is home to Café Au Lait, an intimate alternative music spot in the heart of the city’s nightclub-laden downtown. Café Au Lait is known as Porto’s landmark venue for international and local musicians and DJs alike, hosting harmony-drenched indie rock, soulful electronica, house and tropicalia acts on any given night
Oporto Bridge or the Luis I Bridge spanning Porto and Vila de Gaia, Portugal over Douro River. The bridge is sometimes called the Oporto Eiffel Bridge because the engineer, Seyrig, worked with Eiffel at the time he worked on the bridge. Originally the bridge was a double decker traffic bridge but it is now used for trams or trolleys (upper deck) and trolleybuses (lower).