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Enjoy Porto

São João, the Porto celebration

Have you ever imagined a celebration, a one-of-a-kind celebration throughout the longest and equally shortest night of the year, when nobody goes to sleep?

Give Porto!

Still have gifts to buy, and not sure what to give? We have got you covered just follow our suggestions, find the perfect gift and give the city as present.

Best ingredients for Christmas dinner by Ione Omena

In this special season, we decided to invite a Brazilian influencer, who lives in Porto, to explore the city with us and spend a different... day! We went looking for the best ingredients for Christmas dinner with Ione Omena.

Summer in Porto

The sunny and hot days illuminate the invicta city even more. Take the opportunity to visit Porto on its longest days and live the summer like a true Porto native.

Hoping for a promising 2021

The original sentence dates back to 1972 and belongs to an illustration by Cruz Caldas eternalized in the daily paper “O Comércio do Porto” that year, but it fits so well in this 2020.

Portugese Way via Braga

Widely used road until the first quarter of the 14th century, when Barcelos bridge is built an the Ponte de Lima bridge is renovated.

New York Times Suggests

The city of Porto goes now much beyond the wine that made it famous – Port Wine.

A Different Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is right around the corner! This year we propose a slightly different experience. Why not break the routine and spend quality time together?

The railway bridge that was crossed for the first time by a woman on foot

143 years have passed since the inauguration of the D. Maria Pia railway bridge, a moment that marked the effective completion of the connection, by train, between Lisbon and Porto.

Porto for families

Gather your family and come to Porto.

Gather your family and come to Porto. Here, fun is guaranteed for everyone: parents, children and even grandparents!

Porto in 1 Day!

If you want to see Porto but you don't have much time, here is an itinerary of what you shouldn't miss and can be done in just one day.

Douro: Cruise, historic train and grape harvesting

Be mesmerised by a natural environment carefully crafted by man, and live unique moments of discovery along one of the most beautiful rivers in the world, among very rich farms and extensive vineyards arranged in terraces.

Celebrate São João like the locals

The year’s longest night is almost here, and the city is already in a festive mode!

French inspiration in Porto

. Even in the 19th century, the king of cakes was already being served throughout the city. When Epiphany approaches, we bow down to the bolo-rei.

Museu da Cidade

Do you like visiting cities where you can explore places with history? Porto is the ideal place for you!

Porto-style Culture

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.

Casa da Música in Porto: Music and Architecture

Music is for everyone and so is this House.

Is it raining? Great!

Grab your brolly - yup, there are no umbrellas in Porto! - and follow us along these suggestions for grey rainy days.