Around 200 Municipal Police officers will receive training in the fields of local tourist information and English.
The municipal programme Porto de Tradição now includes one more commercial establishment, Estúdios Rangel.
The 2023 edition of the QSP Summit already has set the dates: the opening ceremony on June 27th, at Teatro Rivoli, and the event will take place on June 28th and 29th at Exponor.
For weekend getaway options, trekking or visiting remote places, Forbes understands how difficult it can be to decide where the best place to travel is.
The atrium of the City Hall opens its doors for the exhibition “D. Pedro, a Independência do Brasil e o Porto”.
This Sunday, January 8th, at 6 pm, that one of the most traditional athletics events returns to the streets of the city.
Bounce analysed 100 of the world’s most visited cities and ranked them based on which ones have the highest percentage of five-star rated attractions but the lowest number of visitors.
Climbing to a height of over 75 meters and enjoying a 360º view of Porto, as well as the Christmas lights in the city and the surrounding area, is still possible until January 8th.
With 2022 coming to an end, it is time to look ahead to the next seven months of the season at Teatro Municipal do Porto.
From January 23rd to 29th, there will be films, workshops and film-concerts for children, young people and families.
Airlines are announcing new routes to and from Porto, starting in 2023, with different destinations.