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Trofa is a municipality located in the north of the Porto metropolitan area in Portugal. The city of Trofa is composed of two parishes, with a total population of 20.692. The municipality of Trofa is made of 8 parishes and has a total population of 37.416 residents. Trofa had an important role due to its geographic location between Porto and Braga, being located at the border of Duoro and Minho, but still inside of the district of Porto. An important factor of its economical growth, was the construction of railways in the beginning of the 20th century in Trofa. Trofa is a wonderful holiday destination, where you can enjoy some of the finest delicacies, the most interesting tourist attractions and some of the best accommodations.

Top Attractions Within Trofa

Cais de Gaia is a wonderful place, located near Trofa, in Porto. The views from this place are perhaps the longest-lasting images for visitors. It's impossible not to stand in awe at the city's stunning skyline, whose impact is further enhanced by the picturesque boats that stand in front, and the soaring double-decker Don Luis Bridge. Breathe in the atmosphere from several cafes and restaurants at the riverfront.

Sao Francisco Church in Porto, near Trofa, has one of the most fabulously opulent church interior in all of Europe. The extensive 17th and 18th century Baroque decoration is a profusion of gilt wood carvings in the vault pillars and columns: cherubs, plants, and animals dripping with gold. In the catacombs, there is also a museum consisting of artefacts from the former monastery.

Dom Luisi I Bridge in Porto, near Trofa is the iconic bridge of the town. It held the record for the longest iron arch in the world. Today, the metro crosses the upper level, while the lower level is used by cars and pedestrians to cross the river between the centre of Porto and the spectacular city views and port wine warehouses.