The second biggest city in Portugal next to Lisbon, Oporto is also a major area for business, commerce and tourism in Southwestern Europe. The city is nestled along the Douro river estuary in the northern part of the country. It is one of the oldest hubs in Europe that has been declared in 1996 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Today, this place welcomes thousands of tourists each year. Many flock to this place not only to enjoy its natural beauty and abundant recreational activities but also to get to know more about its rich culture and history.
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