Portugal has long since been a wonderful country to visit for those who enjoy the sun, sea and cultural enrichment. Traveling baby boomers who wish to have all three can head to the scenic town of Porto on their next vacation abroad.
Some of the best views in town are awarded to travelers who climb the 225 steps to the top of the Torre dos Clerigos, reports Fodors. The church is beautifully built and has great viewpoints where guests can see the river, ocean and surrounding town.
If travelers want to have a bite of some authentic Portuguese seafood, choosing a restaurant along the Ribeira is the best bet. These locally owned eateries usually grill, fry or saute the tasty catch of the day for locals and tourists alike.
To enjoy some of the more modern offering in town, travelers can spend some time at the Casa de Musica. According to World Travel Guide, this facility was a major project completed in 2005 and currently hosts musical performances representing genres from around the world.
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