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Blog – CityLovers Tours

10 reasons to visit Porto

Porto is known for its mysterious fog, but the local’s warmth will make everything else shine! Port Wine is made in the Douro region (classified in 2001 as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO) and is a strong landmark in the city. If you want to know these reasons by yourself and fall in love with the city (like we did), count on City Lovers Tours - the best way...
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A Short Treatise on Porto, Jews and their History

On the 27th of July 1656, Baruch Spinoza, one of histories most important philosophers and the father of Biblical Criticism, was ostracised from the Jewish community of Amsterdam. It was not the first time that one of his family was banished from their lands on religious grounds. For he was a member of the Portuguese Jewish community who had settled in the Netherlands. They had chosen the Low Countries following...
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Death of a Despot

The 27th of July, marks the 47th anniversary of the death of António de Oliveira Salazar. Arguably the most influential man in Portugal’s long history. He ruled as dictator from 1933 to 1968. This was the length of his official duties, though he was still treated as the Head of State by his aides through his final years as he battled dementia, until 1970. He was part of the generation of...
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