You can’t come to Porto without doing at least one port wine tasting. The big hitters—Dow’s, Taylor’s, Grahams’ and friends—are on the south side of the river, and the Duoro Valley is a two-and-a-half hour train ride away, but if you’d rather stay central, hit Touriga, where three Euros will buy you a tasting flight of excellent ruby, tawny, and—our favorite—white ports (Rua Fábrica 32, 35-122-510 8435).
Port Wineries in Porto, Portugal Via Leave your Daily Hell | October 2012 Among the cities you are sure to visit when you travel in Portugal is Porto. Porto is a famous Portugal travel destination not only because it’s the country’s second-largest city, but also because it is home to dozens of wineries that produce the sweet, delicious port wine native to the region. #Portugal
A Guide to Shopping in Porto, Portugal Via Condé Nast Traveler | 11/07/2012 Sure, it’s tops for port, but Porto, the cozy town in northern Portugal’s Douro River Valley, takes locavorism beyond the glass. A guide to shopping for the best native arts and crafts—pre- or post-aperitif, of course. #Portugal
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