Porto is a hot city. Of course, tourism is highly developed in this city, where the Mediterranean climate prevails. Porto, which has a colorful city structure where festivals are held, has a different food culture that is identified with the Mediterranean climate, can be visited every day of the year but most often in the summer months.
This historic city centre, where romanticism and neoclassicism prevailed in the city’s architecture, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Of course, it is possible to leave yourself in the blue waters on the beaches of Porton when the temperatures hit. Porto is an interesting city both with its historical structures and geographical location.
You can see the Crystal Palace, the ruins of the fortification of Saint Francis, the Sao Bento railway station and many other architectural and historical structures in Porto.