Ideally, spend about 5 or 6 days in Oporto, so you can visit the many fantastic sights and monuments, and enjoy an enviable gastronomy about bargain prices, in Portugal are going to eat very well, do not hesitate.
The river Duero: you can take to eat a good grilled fish in the river Duero, where you can enjoy a fantastic cruise. I especially recommend the sea bass, was delicious.
Cathedral Sé de Oporto: Built on the highest part of the city and presiding Oporto is the Cathedra,l is the most important religious building of the city and a essential visit.
Majestic coffee: One of the 7 Wonders of Portugal it’s a fantastic coffee, one of the oldest coffee shops in Portugal, you can take a large coffee with a unique decor and atmosphere. Important: It is the heritage of humanity, do not break anything.
Do Bolhao Market: This market is the best place to get some local products like the famous Oporto wine, some excellent cheeses and delicious fruits.
San Bento Station: It is one of the most visited train stations of Oporto, are the remains of a convent, really worth a walk and travel in the train from this station.
Lello e Irmao Bookseller: Is heritage site, you will see a staircase decorated spectacular.
Casa do Infante: It's a great place to spend a few hours with the children in a palace made for liliput, with toys and anything small. I remind Gulliver's Travels.
Bom Jesus: This place is spectacular, worth spending a whole day visiting it, you can also eat a baked cod,t you don’t forget go away Oporto without eating cod.