There’s more than just Port and lazy lunches in Portugal’s second largest city. Most nights we found live music and dancing spilling out onto the streets from restaurants and bars. The atmosphere is very relaxed, friendly and safe at night in Porto. During the day, you can spend hours admiring the decorative blue tiles which decorate the exteriors of many buildings, both private and public. Climb church towers to see panoramic city views  and then descend to see the adjoining glistening interiors of churches.



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If you’re travelling to Portugal (or Brazil) you should learn Portuguese. It will open up a world of opportunities to really experience the culture and connect with the people.


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