Porto - The alluring district of Ribeira is made up of medieval streets and seedy alleyways. It is a crumbling but fascinating place, ending at a riverfront square ("Praça da Ribeira"). Wth photogenic traditional boats floating at the quayside overlooked by colorful ancient houses, this is the most picturesque spot in the city and the place everyone loves -- UNESCO did too, and declared it a World Heritage Site.
36 Hours in Porto, Portugal - via The New York Times 28.01.2016 | From its stunning Beaux-Arts station to its cool bars serving Porto’s signature drink, this charming city combines the best of old and new. Photo: Cozy Trasca offers petiscos (the Portuguese version of tapas).
#Porto -D.Luis I Bridge upper deck is occupied by a light rail system (Metro do Porto), the pedestrian walkway on the lower deck offers great views on the historic center of Porto, the Port wine caves of Gaia and the river Douro. #Portugal