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.
It was, in 1756, the first demarcated and regulated wine region in the world. The wild slopes of the valley transformed themselves, through the work of generations, in terraces to plant the vines that produce the famous Port, excellent DOC Douro w...
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.
The wine-growing villages of the Douro
From landscape to cuisine, from religious architecture to traditional customs, six special villages offer the best of the wine-growing Douro.
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...
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...
There are thousand charms and corners that are worth discovering in Porto, capital of the North.
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...