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Don’t miss these two experiences: to see the impressive greatness of the last kilometers of the Douro and to taste a port in its centenary distilleries, located right in front of the city, in Vila Nova de Gaia.
Porto, the Gateway to the Douro Wine Region
Fun fact: Did you know that Porto put the “Portu” in Portugal? In AD 1000, after the reconquest of Portugal from the Moors, the city’s name was made the name of the new country,“Portucale.”
And the more we walked, the more I fell in love with Porto. I don't know what it was exactly, but everything about Porto seemed so lively and yet still cozy.
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