Ayom and Lucas Santtana, Bandé-Gamboa, Lúcia de Carvalho, Tanxungueiras and Lina_Raül Refree, Miroca Paris, O Gajo and Vitorino join the Womex 2021.
M.Ou.Co. This is the name of the new cultural and hotel space that is about to open in the city of Porto, in Bonfim.
Companies in the wine sector and tour operators in Porto and in the Douro and Vinho Verde regions have a few more days to enter the Best Of Wine Tourism 2022 awards.
The Reservatório brings together artefacts, vestiges and fragments found in excavations or collected in buildings and monuments in the city.
The oldest Portuguese Theatre company finally settles in a space of the former CACE, and a future hub of cultural dynamization in the city.
In their Olympic debut, brothers Pedro and Diogo Costa, world runners-up, have the support of Porto, Matosinhos, and Vila Nova of Gaia.
The Miró Collection, which will remain in Porto for two and a half decades, already has the space practically ready to settle down.
This is the third consecutive year that the city of Porto is acknowledged, being the second city with the highest level.
The Jacobean Year celebrations continue to pass through Porto, now with a video dedicated to the Ways of St. James.
The Museum's Gabinete Gráfico reveals the "do-it-yourself" and punk aesthetics of fanzines from Porto, from the 1980's to the present day.
Alfândega do Porto welcomed the mayors of several cities in the world and other organisations, for the UNWTO Mayors Forum for Sustainable Urban Tourism.
Rui Reininho, MAO-MAO, Nómada Urbe and A Flor do Lácio are the artists and projects that are part of the line-up for the evening of “Spoken Word”.
In October, WOMEX, a global meeting of the music industry, takes place in Portugal for the first time.
The new Extensão do Douro is located in the heart of Ribeira, on the bank facing the Muro dos Bacalhoeiros, where the former Museu do Vinho do Porto used to be.
The band joins the line-up for the fourth edition of the festival, which takes place from September 30th to October 2nd at Alfândega do Porto.
The Municipality of Porto has created a new service, Explore Porto, which challenges visitors to explore the city in a different way.