Across the river, in the southern suburb of Vila Nova de Gaia, more than a dozen port-wine lodges are open for tours and tastings (most of them daily, except...more
The formidable cathedral dominating central Porto is worth a visit for its ornate interior and its mixture of architectural styles. Despite attempts to...more
A full-scale mahogany replica of Columbus' ship, the Santa Maria sails on Wednesday and Sunday evenings at 7:15 p.m. from Funchal harbor. The 90-minute...more
For Porto's best panorama, climb the 250-foot-high Baroque Torre dos Clérigos. The views from the top encompass the entire city as well as Vila Nova de...more
One of Europe's most exhilarating forms of public transportation, the Porto tramway formerly plied a network of routes across the city but now runs only between...more
The tourist office in Funchal lists levada walks on narrow paths alongside the narrow irrigation canals that flow horizontally around the island's hills....more
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