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Rightly famous for the fortified wines to which it lends its name, a visit to Portugalís second city Oporto should form part of any visit to the region. The historic old town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996 and the history of the city has strong links with the British who, at the turn of the 18th century, had a strong involvement in the development of Port wine, its fortification being required for the long trip north. Later that same century British forces under the Duke of Wellington helped expel the Napoleonic troops who were occupying the city and a warm welcome is still to be had for British visitors here as in the rest of Portugal.

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