Porto

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Exhibits the work of an exemplary coterie of contemporary Portuguese painters, designers, and sculptors. — Frommer's
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The formidable cathedral dominating central Porto is worth a visit for its ornate interior and its mixture of architectural styles. — Concierge
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Guided tours (every half hour) are the only way to see the interior of this masterpiece of 19th-century Portuguese architecture. — Fodor's
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Inside is an astounding interior: gilded carving—added in the mid-18th century—runs up the pillars, over the altar, and across the ceiling. — Fodor's
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This museum in the Carrancas Palace has permanent collections of Portuguese painting and sculpture, including, in particular, sculptures by Soares dos Reis (1847-1889). — Michelin Guide
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For Porto's best panorama, climb the 250-foot-high Baroque Torre dos Clérigos. — Concierge
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This 18th-century white mansion, one of several buildings in Porto attributed by some to a pupil of Nicolau Nasoni and by others to Nicolau himself, was home to the poet Guerra Junqueiro (1850–1923). — Fodor's
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This church built in the Renaissance has preserved a granite doorway with figures in medallions from this era. — Michelin Guide
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Designed by Teófilo Seyrig (who apprenticed for Gustave Eiffel), this two-tiered metal bridge leads directly to the city of Vila Nova de Gaia. — Fodor's
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The museum wing of this Porto charitable foundation harbours a small but important collection of art above all Flemish works of the 16th century. — Time Out
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Elaborate tile work in this railway station tells the story of Portugal.  — Atlas Obscura
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The first building built in Portugal which is dedicated entirely to music in various aspects; presentation of music (concerts), education of music and creation of music. — Afar Magazine
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This garden symbolises the romantic ideal of oneness with nature — Michelin Guide
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Tradition has it that Porto's fabled hometown boy, Prince Henry the Navigator, was born in this house -- now appropriately called the House of the Prince -- which dates from the 1300s. — Frommer's
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To arrange a tasting with lunch or dinner (€30) and/or stays (€90–€180) at one or more quintas (wine estates), contact the Rota do Vinho do Porto. — Fodor's
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The tour eventually heads upstairs to an antique room whose displays of port evoke the great days of the wine trade at its best. — Frommer's
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The legendary Ferreira is one of the biggest wine lodges in Porto — Frommer's
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Not to be confused with the larger, modern port wine museum upriver in Peso da Régua, this small but worthwhile facility has informative exhibits on the history of the trade that made Porto famous. — Fodor's
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Literally "Mouth of the Douro," this prosperous suburb is invariably known here simply as "Foz." You haven't gotten under the skin of Porto if you haven't ventured to this beach community. — Fodor's
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