This Portuguese port city has two faces: on the one hand, medieval buildings and lanes, and on the other, modern architecture and art. But it's especially famous for the fortified wine known as port.
The town of Elvas dominate the plains of southern Alentejo region near the border to Spain. But despite being declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2012, Elvas receives few visitors. How to change this?
DW viewer Paul Hemmen has sent us a video from Porto. The Portuguese city is known for its bridges, churches and the fortified wine known as port.
Europe owes its open borders to the Schengen Agreement, which allows cooperation and free travel through 22 out of the 28 EU member states. How has the agreement contributed to a united Europe — and will it survive?
Jamie Vardy's late strike for Leicester gives the English champions a vital away goal at Sevilla. In Portugal, 10-man Porto's hopes were crushed by a quickfire Juventus double.
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