Oporto is the second-largest city in Portugal, one of the oldest European centres and in 2014 was elected The Best European Destination by the Best European Destinations Agency. It's still an city known worldwide for its wine, for bridges, contemporary and ancient architecture, it's the historic center. Classified as World Heritage by UNESCO, for the quality of the restaurants and for your gastronomy.
The points of interest include the Tower of the Clerics and the Serralves Foundation, a museum of contemporary art. Foz is another point of interest that is considered by many people with the most beautiful part of the Oporto city, where you can enjoy the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean combined with a beautiful and romantic seafront promenade. Still in evidence the Bolhão Market, an architectural symbol trade traditional, where are the famous saleswomen Market, city characteristics. In the historical set we can find several market points, squares and historic buildings, which are the source of the city like the Cathedral.
Also, Customs Port was considered one of the best space for "meeting and conference" of Europe, for its quality and urban insertion. Oporto is described as "fascinating and charming that is perfect for a long weekend".