In his piece, 36 Hours in Porto, NY Times Travel writer, Seth Sherwood unveils a revitalized Porto, Portugal. From street food and shopping, to a thriving art scene and noble architecture, Porto’s intrigue extends well-beyond its vitnering heritage. Of course, few travelers will find themselves impervious to the temptation of the Douro Valley’s famed varietal, Port, and there are plenty of opportunities to sample some, but visitors will also find a number of worthy rivals among Portugal’s ample selection of domestic wines. On VBT’s walking Tour of Portugal, travelers can take advantage of a three day extension in Porto, enjoying all that the budding metropolis has to offer. Enjoy 36 Hours in Porto.