The time has come to gather the grapes, carry them in baskets, crush them and make what is known as the nectar of the gods: Wine.
Do you like to travel in quirky and stylish transport? In Porto there are several ways to get around the city, truly authentic.
This year, the famous popular festival, featuring wallops with plastic hammers and leeks, will not take place, but you must still enjoy the characteristic elements of S. João in the nooks and crannies of Invicta.
With the return to normality, the cultural centres are also turning on the lights, turning the volume up and welcoming, in complete safety, the people of Porto and those who visit Invicta.
Gather your family and come to Porto. Here, fun is guaranteed for everyone: parents, children and even grandparents!
Photography lovers, this article is for you! Porto was considered the most instagrammable destination in Europe in 2019. We invite you to discover the most beautiful places in the city that contributed to this recognition.
Do you enjoy cycling? If so, when you visit Porto, be sure to explore the various cities you will pass through on two wheels.
Mother's Day is just around the corner. What better gift than offering experiences in Porto to the woman in your life, your mother?
This is the most important Portuguese Way of St. James and was regularly travelled, from the 14th century, by common pilgrims as well as high dignitaries of the clergy and nobility.
This year, the celebrations will be different again due to the current situation, but the table at Easter remains the same. Discover what you must have at Easter, at the table of the people of Porto.
In honour of all the fathers, we celebrate some of the Superheroes of the Invicta city, through an itinerary across their legacies.
Do you like to visit cities where you can explore places connected to nature? Porto offers an almost perfect symbiosis between urban surroundings and green spaces, with a wide variety of gardens and parks to explore.
Perhaps only the most curious looks of those who pass through Rua de Santa Catarina will notice the signature that the number 120 still bears.
The Church of São Pedro de Miragaia is home to what experts consider to be a remarkable 16th-century triptych. Great palaces are not needed to house great treasures.
Do you like to surprise your better half with different and original gifts? Then, this article is perfect for you.