Like the rest of the country, Holy Week in Porto and Northern Portugal is a religious affair and regarded as a time to welcome those who visit us at this time of the year.
Comfortably seated at one of the terraces in the Carmo area, the éclairs of Leitaria da Quinta do Paço and the sweet food of Padaria Ribeiro are a perfect way of beginning this day.
Grab your brolly - yup, there are no umbrellas in Porto! - and follow us along these suggestions for grey rainy days.
It is no secret that Porto is not an expensive city. Still, like every city, it also has luxury experiences to offer.
Gather your family and come to Porto. Here, fun is guaranteed for everyone: parents, children and even grandparents!
Entering a “Tasco”, or tavern, is just like walking into the quintessential Portuguese home; the air is filled with the smell of a hearty stew and cooking oil sizzling in a frying pan, ready for making more of the finest culinary delicacies.
Defined as the Portuguese music genre, Fado is normally when a Portuguese guitar is played along with a classic guitar and can be interpreted by men or women called “Fadistas”.
Well we know that the gastronomy of Porto is irresistible, capable of causing us to commit the greatest sins, and that the slopes of the city seem made only for the young, but do not let yourself be fooled: in Porto there is health and well-being to suit all tastes and ages!
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.
Porto is History and Tradition and today we invite you to know some of the most famous places of the city.
Vibrante, histórico, fervilhante e contagiante – o Porto está a tornar-se um dos mais populares destinos LGBT da Europa.