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The North of Portugal, is a region full of fantastic places.

The Douro River runs from the Spanish border to the charming city of Porto, with a fantastic history and known for its excellent gastronomy and Port wine.

The Douro Region is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The Northern region is full of mountains and nature parks, castles, sanctuaries, churches, and museums, which boast luxurious interiors that are many years old.

Known for its hospitality, the region is generous when serving well at the table, with a variety of fish, seafood, meat or regional sweets dishes, cooked with local ingredients.

The Peneda Gerês National Park is one of the beautiful wildlife sanctuaries in Portugal, in addition to the natural wealth, the four mountains, the villages with medieval touches, the animals, it also has rivers and streams that turn into waterfalls.

Tahiti Waterfall is one of the best known, but among this we have the Leonte Waterfall, the Arado Waterfall, the Laja Waterfall, among many others Poço Azul, where its waters are transparent.

For those who like to walk, the trails of Gerês are fantastic and with different levels of difficulty.

Within this pure air, biodiversity, fauna, flora, lakes and waterfalls, campsites, perfect rural tourism and a landscape that looks like it came out of a magazine.

Visiting the North of Portugal at any time of the year is a must.

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