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How to get
With a strong network access, you can easily get to Oporto by plane, train or bus and travel by public transport, metro, car or rental car.
Bolhão Metro Station
Avenida dos Aliados Station
São Bento Station
Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport
Located on the banks of Douro River and the great emblematic wine cellars who gives the name, Oporto delights its visitors at every turn.
Located on the banks of Douro River and the great emblematic wine cellars who gives the name, Oporto delights its visitors at every turn. Known as the Northern Capital or Invicta, the city of Oporto is the second largest city in Portugal, with 42km² area and a population of 238,000 inhabitants. It is a city known worldwide for its wine and cuisine, the charm of its bridges and its people, as its historic center, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.
The city of Oporto has been investing, in the recent years, in a cultural positioning.
In 2001 Porto was European Capital of Culture. In 2012 and 2014, the city of Oporto was elected the Best European Destination, award presented annually by the European Consumers Choice. In 2013, was honored as Best Holiday Destination in Europe by Lonely Planet. In 2014, the magazine Business Destinations, which annually organizes Bussiness Destinations Travel Awards, considered that Alfândega do Porto is the best space for “meetings and conferences” in Europe.
It is located in an area of high population and industrial density, and is indicated for a number of international routes. It is the second largest artificial port in Portugal, built in the late nineteenth century and extended and improved so far, with 5 km of waterfront.
This commercial space can count 267 stores brands with national and international prestige. You can enjoy over 30 restaurants, eight cinemas, children’s play and Health & Fitness Club.
Exponor is a business platform for companies offering various solutions for business partnerships through trade shows, specialized events and international actions.
Enjoy a cruise by the Oporto and Vila Nova de Gaia river bank. Board the 6 Bridges Cruise in the Douro. Discover the river bank of Oporto and Gaia in an 1 hour cruise
Visit the famous port wine cellars. Take a guided tour and enjoy a tasting test. Discover the history and culture in a wine glass of port.
Visiting the Serralves Foundation is a travel in time. There are 18 hectares of spaces harmoniously connected – the Museum of Contemporary Art of Serralves and the Serralves House, single original Art Deco architecture of the 30s, being framed by its magnificent gardens.
Style Baroque monument, the Clérigos Tower has become one of the most important symbols in Oporto. Recently restaured, it is the highest tower in Portugal, with 76 meters, six floors and 225 steps. From the tower you can enjoy an amazing view of the city and the Douro River.
The Bolhão Market is the most emblematic market in Oporto. It is a 1914 building with 4 inputs, typical of neoclassical architecture.
The Lello Bookstore or Chardron was voted one of the most beautiful bookstores in the world and it is also considered an ex libris of Oporto. Obligatory landmark for those coming from outside.