Teatro Rivoli celebrates today its 89th anniversary and until the 24th the party is held on a stage open to the world.
Not wanting to allow culture to stay away from spectators, Teatro Nacional São João will enter the audiences’ homes via streaming.
The offer of STCP decreased by approximately 12% on working days. The running of historic trams is suspended and the Museu do Carro Eléctrico is closed
The Bolhão Temporary Market continues to ensure the sale of essential goods at normal hours, from Monday to Friday, from 8am to 8pm, and on Saturdays, from 8am to 6pm.
In view of the new measures to contain the pandemic, the municipal cultural and sports facilities are closed to the public as of this Friday.
Because the experience at Estádio do Dragão is not just in blue and white, Futebol Clube do Porto is implementing the ColorADD code system.
At a time when we are once again on lockdown, Circo Coliseu Porto Ageas goes to the spectators' house!
If you were curious to see inside the office of the rector of the University of Porto or visit the Botanical Garden without leaving your sofa, know that it is already possible.
Today, 115 years later, “one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world” begins to tell the story written in conjunction with the architect Siza Vieira.
Developed by seven artists, the new artistic interventions in the Mural Coletivo da Restauração are beginning to take shape.
Jazz in the morning is the invitation of Porta-Jazz association to take advantage of the free hours before curfew each Saturday.
The kick-off of the new year is celebrated at Teatro Carlos Alberto with the premiere of “As Três Irmãs”, the work by Russian playwright Anton Chekhov.
The Treetop Walk, at Serralves Park, was considered by Architectural Record to be one of the most relevant landscape projects in the world in 2020.
The new season of Casa da Música kicks-off with Luca Francesconi as a composer in residence and a programme that includes an opera gala by Verdi and Puccini.
As had already happened with the Half Marathon and the Porto Marathon, São Silvestre Cidadedo Porto took place in a virtual environment.
From a book by Siza Vieira in a film with Keanu Reeves, to the presence of a Port Wine poster in the mythical series Friends, the Invicta leaves its mark on the seventh art.
The historical tradition, almost 80 years old, is made in this edition with a 100% Portuguese show and also features a live orchestra.