At first glance, Portugal’s second largest city may seem a lot like the capital. Both are characterized by old, colorful buildings sprawled across hilly streets and they sit beside major rivers. Porto, however, is the yin to Lisbon’s yang. Where Lisbon is literally bright and sunny, Porto shines in culture. Anyone who loves Portugal’s azulejos (public art) shouldn’t miss the São Bento railway station, which offers a stunning mosaic of tiles, decorating the walls into memorable works of art. There is no shortage of gardens, medieval palaces and cathedrals, and the cuisine is worth making note of. Porto is also home of the famous, sweet Port wine, and is close to stretches of vineyards that make up most of the nearby Douro Valley.
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