Oporto - City that gave its name to Portugal
Oporto is the second largest city in the country and has a population of over 237,000. It is a city known worldwide for its wine, for its bridges and contemporary and ancient architecture, its historic center, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is the most important city in the North Region, marked by the presence of some of the largest economic groups in the country, such as Corticeira Amorim and the Sonae group. In recent years, Porto has established itself as a tourist destination of excellence, having been awarded several prizes for the best European and world destination. Some of the places to visit in Porto are the Clérigos Tower; Livraria Lello; the Stock Exchange Palace; the Casa da Música and the Serralves Museum.