Porto is no longer a second-tier city known only for fortified wine and pretty bridges. The Northern Portugal city has emerged from Lisbon’s shadow with a food scene that rivals the bigger city to the south. Read on to discover our favorite Porto restaurants, bars and markets so that you can experience the city’s best food during your visit.
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Portugal Quick Facts
- Continent – Europe
- Schengen – Yes
- Currency – Euro
- Language – Portuguese
- Restaurant Tipping – Optional But Not Expected
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