There are a lot of things that change about travel over the years, and the resurgence of the so called Second City is definitely one of them. By definition, a Second City is simply a country second most populous city, a term that denotes a more inferior position than the celebrated capital, perhaps even when […]Read more "The Old World Flair of Porto, Portugal"
Though there are many things worth shouting about Porto’s dilapidated yet charming exterior architecture, the experience will come full circle once you decided to enter the many churches, museums and even the train station that occupies the city. The interiors of this noteworthy establishment are not only beautiful, but historically and culturally important too, they […]Read more "Livraria Lello, São Bento Railway Station, Sé do Porto, Porto, Portugal"
You’ve never been to Porto, unless you have spent a day at the Ribeira. It is where you will find the quintessential image of Porto, the one worth mentioning as the postcard perfect image that entice travelers across the world to visit this second largest city of Portugal. Ignore the fact that you dislike touristy […]Read more "The Ribeira of Porto, Portugal"