Historic center of Porto, Portugal
Porto is a dangerous city for those who come to it for the first time and I, who have visited it twice, I reaffirm this opinion. Notice for travelers, and I tell you first hand, if you plan a getaway to Porto You run the risk of wanting to come back another time. I hope this article with recommendations of what to see in Porto reaffirms those words (and do not miss this other post if you fly to the Portuguese city on how to get from Porto Airport to downtown).
It is easy to fall under the spell of a city whose historic center is a succession of houses that descends the hill to the banks of the Duero. It is inevitable to get to the point where the waters lick the pier, turn your head to our left to contemplate probably the most photogenic bridge in the country, and smile.
Don Luis I bridge at sunset, Porto, Portugal
And so that smile is not erased for a moment from those who spend in the city, if you are going to make a trip to Porto Take note of the dangers that lie in wait for you, those that may hold you longer for thinking or make you want to return.
Starting from the historic center of Porto to the Duero River, these are the main dangers of Porto where you should not stop falling:
Clérigos Tower, Porto, Portugal