Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. Originally known as “Porto Calus” , the country itself was named after this city. Currently, the city’s nickname is “Invicta” which stands for “que nunca foi vencido” (the one that was never conquered). Porto is better known for its wine, bridges, the famous sandwich “Francesinha” and the biggest street festival “St. John’s Festival”.