Three days in Porto and Douro
In the north of Portugal, Porto and Douro are two complementary destinations, having in common the charm and delight of romantic locations and much more.
Three days in Porto
Three days are more than enough for anyone to fall in love with Porto. This city in the North of Portugal carries with it centuries of history, but it has the dynamics of one of the most modern European capitals.
Two days in Porto
Considered the best European destination in 2012 by the European Consumers Choice, among 20 candidate cities, Porto has streets and houses filled with history, magnificent monuments and interesting museums, but also a thriving and cosmopolitan dow...
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 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...
There are good reasons to visit Guimarães
A visit to Guimarães is worthwhile due to its historical centre, the rickety houses and medieval buildings, recognised in 2001 as World Cultural He...
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.
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...