What's New

Pavilhão da Água has free admissions

Pavilhão da Água already has its doors open and brings some novelties designed for the little ones.

Minigolf Club of the city reopens its doors

Clube de Minigolfe do Porto reopened with opening hours from Monday to Sunday.

Festival Trengo creates a circus sessions series

To replace the Festival Trengo, Trengolas emerged, which will bring together about 20 performances dedicated to circus arts.

Sightseeing Tours resumed activity

Sightseeing Tour operators, called "hop-on, hop-off", have already resumed their activity in Porto, guaranteeing all safety measures.

University of Porto offers cultural evenings in July

The courtyard of the central hub of the Museum of Natural History and Science of the University of Porto will host sessions of poetry, music, dance, movies, and debates.

Miragaia’s mechanical staircases are already in operation

Those who go up to the Miragaia area, more specifically on Escadas do Monte dos Judeus, now have extra help.

Porto has all its beaches with a Blue Flag

With this new award, Porto has Blue Flags in the entire four bathing areas, consisting of nine beaches.

Municipal Sound Archive is scheduled to be inaugurated in September

The Municipal Vinyl Sound Archive of Porto City Hall is finished and is scheduled to be inaugurated in late September.

Porto retailers set an example in the resumption

The streets of the city begin to come to life little by little, and the shops are returning to its new normal, regaining its lost confidence with the pandemic.

Bombarda galleries reopen accompanied by digital entertainment

While on the district one can see contemporary works of art again, we present on the screens, concerts, a documentary, and a workshop.

S. João night without public transport

With all the festivities of São João cancelled, the celebrations will have to be done differently, preferably, by staying at home.

Vhils’ mural in Porto eternalizes tribute to health workers

In common, face masks and eyes, which from the front or profile angles, show determination and perseverance.

Book Fair will have 120 stalls

Feira do Livro do Porto returns to the Gardens of Palácio de Cristal, between 28 August and 13 September.

New temporary pedestrian zones incite you to enjoy public space safely

The new temporary pedestrian zones are already in operation, installed in 16 streets of the city centre and the Historic Centre of Porto.

NOS Primavera Sound 2021 lineup strengthen with Gorillaz and Tame Impala

As this year's edition was postponed due to the pandemic, NOS Primavera Sound announced the early lineup release for the 2021 edition.

Air France strengthens connection between Porto and Paris and Transavia opens the route to Montpellier

Porto and Paris will be even closer from now on, when Air France strengthens its operation to Charles de Gaulle airport with a daily flight.

Celebrate São João at home

The Municipality of Porto appeals and sensitizes the population to celebrate São João at home this year.

Porto's fairs and markets are back

The reopening of non-food fairs and markets takes place as of today, June 19th, and will have a set of preventive measures, condensed in a procedures manual disseminated by the Municipality of Porto to the market vendors.

The return to Coliseu Porto Ageas is celebrated with a free entry concert

To mark culture’s return to the iconic concert hall, Associação Amigos do Coliseu do Porto and Associação Comercial do Porto invite you to a commemorative concert of the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth.

Teatro Municipal do Porto promotes a series of online talks

In times of gradually easing the lockdown, Teatro Municipal do Porto (TMP) decided to take on the uncertainties, question the future and organise five online talks about the consequences of the shock in the future of the performing arts.