Located along the Duoro River in the Northern part of Portugal, Porto is the second largest city in the country, and home to 1.4 million people. The historical centre of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a large draw for tourists from all over the world.
The Northern portion of Portugal is heavily industrialized, and Porto is the country’s leader in business and economics, being home to both the Portugal Stock Exchange. Porto’s location on the Duoro River is what originally made the city the business district for much of the country, with its ports exporting goods out to the Atlantic Ocean and all over the world.
The Wines of Porto, Portugal
Porto is well recognized for its high quality food goods that it exports including olive oil, dry fruit and nuts, but the wines produced and bottled in the region are by far the most popular product…
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