About Porto

When visiting the Invicta city of Porto it's impossible to remain indifferent to the historical and human signs, present in every corner. With historical monuments of remark, like Torre dos Clérigos (Clerics Tower), the countless churches, of which we highlight the Almas Chapel, for its tiled pannels, the Sé (Cathedral) with its Terreiro do Paço, the Church of São Francisco for its gilded woodcarvings and the bone chapel, among many others.

As Muralhas Fernandinas são outro ponto de interesse a nível histórico. No Palácio de Cristal pode visitar a biblioteca Almeida Garrett, e os seus jardins com uma magnifica vista sobre o Douro. Ainda junto ao Palácio de Cristal não deve deixar de visitar o Museu do Vinho do Porto e o Museu Romântico da Quinta da Macieirinha. O Museu de Serralves, a Casa da Musica, a Livraria Lello, o Palácio da Bolsa, e os Pilares da Ponte Pênsil são também locais de passagem obrigatória.

The Muralhas Fernandinas (city walls) are another historical point of interest. At Palácio de Cristal (Crystal Palace) you can visit the Almeida Garrett library, and its gardens with a wonderful view over Douro. Right next to Palácio de Cristal you can't miss the Port Wine Museum and the Romantic Museum of Quinta da Macieirinha. The Serralves Museum, Casa da Música, Lello Library, Palácio da Bolsa and the Pilars of the Suspension Bridge are also mandatory visiting places. Take the opportunity to visit the City Park, enjoy a walk at Foz, next to the sea or the riverside. The Ribeira area is another must see spot, and while you're at it, cross the river and pay a visit to the Port Wine Cellars, also enjoy the Rabelo boats, located in the margins, which provide tourist tours. While at Vila Nova de Gaia, don't miss the Morro Garden, and the viewpoint of the Church at Serra do Pilar, where you’ll get the most wonderful image of your visit to the Invicta City: all the beauty of the Douro River and its Bridges. The cities of Porto and Gaia will forever be in your memory by visiting this viewpoint, a spot of undescribable beauty.

At night you can have dinner in one of the many restaurants in the city that offer the typicall dishes of the region and other delicacies, and then take a walk throught some more central streets and visit one of the many cafés, some of which very famous, like the Majestic.

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About Guimarães

Guimarães: Located in the district of Braga, the picturesque city of Guimarães is one of the most important historical destinations in the country. D. Afonso Henriques, the first Portuguese King, chose this city as Capital for the Kingdom of Portugal, after his victory in the Battle of São Mamede in 1128. Known as the “Nation Craddle”, Guimarães is a fascinating place to visit, with its proud castle and well preserved medieval district.

The city was classified as World Heritage by UNESCO in 2001.

This lovely historical city is a labyrinth of winding alleys, sided by antique houses decorated with statuary that lead to the beautiful main square, Largo da Oliveira,and to the former Ducal Palace. The best time to appreciate the medieval environment of Guimarães is from June onwards, with an important medieval style crafts market, an arts fair and a joyful parade of antique costumes - the Feira Afonsina. Yearly in Guimarães, since 1906, are celebrated the Festas Gualterianas, in honor of St. Gualter, always during the first weekend of August. Thousands of Vimaranenses (locals) and visitors set a date in the city where Portugal was born, to participate in the different numbers that constitute our Gualterianas: Cortejo do Linho (Linen Parade), Batalha das Flores (Flowers Battle), Marcha Gualteriana (Gualteriana March), among others.

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