The city of Porto is placed at the top of the list regarding trips that bring knowledge, as they associate it with an experience rich in history and culture, driven by a commitment by low cost airlines. "The introduction of low cost flights has led Porto to rise in the rankings of city break in recent years".
Underlining the steep slope of the Historic Center, which reserves “surprising discoveries”, such as “viewpoints hidden between steep and narrow streets”, the group of journalists continues to mention the riverside and the world famous Ribeira, one of the cradles of the Época dos Discoveries.
After centuries of history, the editors realize that there is a new reason to visit Porto. On the other side of the Douro, in the riverside area of Vila Nova de Gaia, where the Port Wine cellars are built, an essential place for anyone visiting the city, there is a World of Wine to discover.
The city of Porto leads the ranking of National Geographic suggestions for the best places to visit with History and Culture, in a top eight that presents Conventry, in the United Kingdom (2nd); Guam, in the USA (3rd); Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain (4th); Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA (5th); Tonglu, China (6th); Pueblo Nat
Take a look: