On the huge coast that Portugal got. There is a not so known city in Portugal. Mainly because no so many flights go there. Porto is, however, Portugals second-largest city with 350,000 inhabitants that live there. Together with the suburbs around it, the area is crowded with about 1.5 million.Continue Reading

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With a totally new light rail tram and tram-train system in Porto. You would think that there is no room for more in Portugals second biggest city? Well! There is. Porto had once a quite extensive tram network that was torn apart. Today the “Carro Electrico” heritage tramway is operatedContinue Reading

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350,000 inhabitants live in Porto with about 1.5 million in the area around where 12000 cars are stopped circulating because of Metro do Porto. Porto is a city that sits on the coast of Portugal. It is a beautiful city that should be visited by many that love to travelContinue Reading

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