Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal after Lisbon. It is also known for the many bridges that cross the Douro River and for its namesake wine. This city is a top tourist destination because of its picture-perfect sunsets, exquisite local cuisine, and all the amazing architecture it has to offer.
One of the best ways to get to know the city of Porto is by doing a free walking tour with a professional guide who will help you discover all its hidden charms. Some of the most emblematic places in this city are the Dom Luis I Bridge, the LIvraria Lello Bookstore, Clérigos Church, The Stock Exchange Palace, (Palácio da Bolsa) the narrow streets of the Ribeira neighborhood, the Dragon Football Stadium, San Francisco Church, the Porto Cathedral, Casa da Musica Theater, the Serralves Foundation, the Crystal Palace Gardens, the Contemporary Art Museum of Serralves, the Arrabida Bridge and the Bolhão Market.
You can see other walkers' reviews with their evaluation of guides and their own experience on the walking tour. The city of Porto has so many different monuments to explore whether you tour during the morning, afternoon or evening to really enjoy its cityscapes and its delicious cuisine.