Porto for backpackers
Those who travel to various destinations, with “their home on their backs”, as we say, normally have a hard-earned budget and have little margin for big spending. Porto is a backpacker-friendly city because it is an economical and a very interesti...
June is a good month to visit Porto
June is the month of popular saints and S. João is the biggest festivity in the city, but also marks the start of summer, with pleasant temperature...
Live the adventure and adrenaline water sports and enjoy the excellent intense days of the extensive coast of Northern Portugal. Surfing, kite surfing, canoeing and rowing are some sports you can practice, living a unique and exciting experience....
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...
Porto and Northern Portugal is so rich that makes it possible to plot routes in several areas and the taste of each person. Routes such as Route Port Wine and Douro, architectural routes, the route of the historic villages or gastronomic route are...
World Heritage Sites
The North of Portugal has a rich cultural, historical, and architectural and landscape heritage, ‘pearls’ that UNESCO has classified over the years as World Heritage Sites.
Gastronomy and wines at Porto and Northern Portugal
Land of sea, plains and mountains, Porto and the North of Portugal's gastronomy is as diverse as the landscape where its ingredients are produced a...
Port wine cellars and Porto's historical centre
Porto, a World Heritage Site, is an old, intense and authentic city of an exquisite architectural and landscape value. Visit its historical centre...