What to do

Boat Trip

Bridge Circuit, along the Porto and Gaia river, offering an incredible view of the entire riverside area.

Hop On Op Of

Open-top bus ride, with the option to choose the most interesting route / theme, stopping off at the highpoints of the city.

Port Wine Cellars

Visits to the Port Wine Cellars which date back at least a century. Includes wine-tasting


Foz do Douro, endless walks between the River and the Sea.


Mercado Portobello at Praça Carlos Alberto square, every Saturday. This market is based on London’s famous Portobello Market, where you can buy vinyl records, vintage clothing, antiques, organic produce, etc.


The Livraria Lello bookshop, opened in 1906, with an Art Nouveau façade with Neo-gothic flourishes, has been recognised by various different personalities and bodies as one of the world’s most beautiful bookshops.


Famous for its hospitality, the city is also famous for the art of eating well. From traditional to contemporary cuisine, Porto offers an assortment of restaurants, cafés, tea-houses and taverns to satisfy your taste-buds.


Porto’s downtown area is where you can find much of the city’s nightlife. Whether in the streets or in its many different bars, entertainment is guaranteed and only ends the next morning.


Serralves Museum, house and gardens.
Casa da Música concert venue
Museu Romântico (Romantic Museum)
Museu do Carro Eléctrico (Tram Museum)
Museu do Vinho do Porto (Port Wine Museum)
Museu do Futebol Clube do Porto (Porto FC Museum)
Casa do Infante (Prince’s House)
Hard Club music venue


Sea Life
World of Discoveries


City Park
Pasteleira Urban Park

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