Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its local port wine production across the river at Vila Nova de Gaia, you will stop by to visit the vineyards, the wineries and cellars, eager to welcome you. The city is home to centuries old architecture, stately bridges, castles, intricately tiled churches, its most famous is the 14th-century São Francisco medieval church. The old town center neighborhood of Ribeira is covered by narrow cobbled streets, it was built on the hills overlooking the Douro River and it is today a UNESCO world heritage site. Enjoy a bike tour around picturesque coastline scenic view by crossing the Douro river valley and wind though sunny sandy beaches to the majestic Buçaco national forest in Luso, pause and observe the fresh breeze, contemplate on the melodies and admire the landscapes. Continuing on you will come upon seaside villages dotted along the coast, across the venetian-style canals in the famous city of Aveiro, a popular tourist destination on the edge of the Ria de Aveiro lagoon. Carry on to the town of Fátima, famous for the 20th century Marian apparition, through the banks of the river Mondego to arrive at the fascinating city of Coimbra.