Porto Journey Information – Portugal Bucket Checklist Concepts!

Porto Travel Guide - Portugal Bucket List Ideas!

Porto – the well-known port metropolis is house to the world’s port wine trade. Each single port wine is made right here, however what else does this Portuguese metropolis have to supply? Try my full information to visiting Porto in your travels!

Ninh Ly presents ‘Final Bucket Checklist’ – a model new YouTube channel to discover cool issues to do earlier than you die. From swimming with dolphins, to leaping off cranes, to playing in Vegas. Observe me on my journey to tick off issues on my bucket checklist and offer you journey suggestions and recommendation so that you could begin your individual. Come on guys, reside just a little!

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25 thoughts on “Porto Journey Information – Portugal Bucket Checklist Concepts!

  1. Miguel Coelho says:

    Cool video, but a small correction is in order: " […] which I found a little strange because there's a whole exhibit dedicated to… Jesus… I'm okay […]" (You sounded a bit reluctant?!) — The exhibit shown at minute 2:52 Is not about Jesus, per se, but about the myriad figurines of Jesus Christ that would have been part of as many wooden crosses — now completely gone due to the passing of time — that would have been found in the various churches and chapels throughout Portugal. Interesting video, nonetheless…

  2. Ospin Tello says:

    Very good video! I'd just like to add that the Foz promenade is really great. Also, in Matosinhos (next to Porto) there are lots of fantastic fish restaurants. Finally: francesinha!

  3. William S. says:

    Years ago, Indonesia and Portugal had no diplomatic ties because of the East Timor issue. I mention this because when my parents tried to apply for visas to Portugal in the 1980's or 1990's (have to ask them again), they were laughed at! Things have obviously changed, but my parents never tried again to apply.

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