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...
Three days of water adventures in the north
With a mild climate and 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, Porto is a preferred destination for those who love nature, outdoor activities and water...
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...
Porto, a creative and bohemian city
The city of Porto has undergone transformations in recent years and today is different from what it was fifty years ago. It is more cosmopolitan and lively – the number of nightlife options and tourist accommodation has increased. The city is now...
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...
Porto by the river
Feel the city in the narrow alleys of Ribeira do Porto. Visit the monuments in the historical centre, relax in a street café along the riverside and admire the orderly rooftops of the Port wine cellars.