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Porto sits on the bank of the rio Duoro facing the town of Vila Nova de Gaia. There are many bars and restaurants along the waterfront filled mostly with tourists. 458 more words

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Porto’s francesinha sandwich is a gut buster

Don’t be thrown by the dainty name and French origins, the ‘little Frenchie’ is a Porto institution – a doorstep layered with pork, smoked sausage… 10 more words


Trip 7: Oporto, Portugal

Oporto was my first experience of Portugal. Being the second largest city in Portugal, located in the North-West, it’s a city with plenty to offer. It has a bit of everything – history, culture, good Port wine, delicious cheap food, amazing people and gorgeous views. 1,482 more words



Article sur mon voyage à Porto pour Riviera Buzz. Article about my trip to Porto for Riviera Buzz.

Porto, Portugal’s second city, is the real deal when it comes to beautiful architecture, magical atmosphere, and delicious wines. 361 more words


Last, but not least...

Well this probably the last one of these I’ll be writing on my year abroad because I finish in 3 weeks! That isn’t to say I won’t continue writing as there are lots of exciting things coming up soon. 940 more words

Porto | Food places to remember

Porto | April, 2015

Café Santiago

Francesinha is a traditional Portuguese sandwich, originally from Porto. It is basically bread with ham, sausage and roasted meat, covered with melted cheese, egg and served with french fries and beer sauce.  329 more words



The city dish of Porto (the one that’s not tripe) is an abomination.

In the wise words of Wikipedia:

“ made with bread, wet-cured ham… 243 more words

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