Coming from Vigo, the station I arrived at was Campanhã, which is a four-minute train ride from the other main train station, São Bento. Once I arrived at the second station, I was in the heart of the city and there were two tourist offices across the street ready to give me a map and answer my questions.
Porto is very hilly (so extra happy I didn’t have my suitcase with me!) so I started down one big hill towards the port. I passed a bunch of cafes and shops, ventured in a few, but continued my way down. The city itself is very quaint and beautiful, and I love the detailed tilework on many of the buildings that Portugal is known for.