Like the landscape of Douro, the heritage of the world's first demarcated region is also a mosaic of contrasts. Along with modest chapels, you can see wide churches and grand monasteries.
Discovering the Romanesque in the north of Portugal
Throughout the second half of the 11th century and in the early 12th century, a series of transformations enabled the appearance and expansion of t...
Baroque treasures in Porto and the North of Portugal
Take a three day holiday to stroll around the North of Portugal and get to know the treasures of the Baroque art in the region.
The Minho Region has unique characteristics associated to a natural landscape of enormous beauty and biodiversity. Marked by an intense green of the fields and vineyards, the Minho beautiful landscape allies itself with the contagious joy of the f...
The arts block: Miguel Bombarda and neighbouring areas
The arts block in the Porto city centre owes its name to the dynamics printed by the owners of art galleries, firstly on Rua Miguel Bombarda and la...
Enjoy the landscape where Port Wine is produced
The impressive cultural landscape of the Douro, the first wine region demarcated in the world in 1756 and also considered a World Heritage Site in...
Trás-os-Montes is the appropriate name for this area of the interior North of Portugal. Plateaus and majestic mountains, towns and untouched historical villages, purifying spring waters, traditional cuisine and the genuine hospitality of a people...
There are thousand charms and corners that are worth discovering in Porto, capital of the North.