You can see all the highlights of Porto in just 2 days. Here’s a look at the top things to do in Porto, Portugal in a weekend.
Architectural marvels, the gorgeous Douro Valley, and Michelin stars galore are just the beginning of this Portuguese playground…
Source: Three Perfect Days: Porto
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Source: Porto city guide
Our trip to Portugal this past fall was simply unforgettable; the country is brimming with vibrant color and oozing with charm. I left wishing we had booked a longer trip. We concentrated most of our time in Porto and Lisbon, with a day trip to Sintra (and I plan to do separate posts for each of these stops as well as our layover day in Amsterdam soon).
‘Desenrascanço’ describes the Portuguese national virtue of finding unconventional solutions to demanding situations – a useful trait when creating an adaptable MICE industry, as Ramy Salameh discovers. Lisbon, Porto and Braga’s city-break tourism industries are booming. New airlift, especially from national carrier Air Portugal (TAP), as well as renewed confidence and investment in venues old and new, has created a fertile landscape to increase international visibility and expand MICE portfolios.
A constant growth in tourism experienced in recent years by Portugal’s second largest city now menaces to choke the 1996 UNESCO world heritage site in its own success as it risks becoming an urban the…
Apart from Porto, Northern Portugal is often forgotten by international tourists. However, as Portuguese who traveled extensively in our country, we know that northern Portugal is probably the most authentic region, with a wide range of interesting destinations. If you are planning a trip to Portugal you should reserve at least a few days to discover it. In this post, we will present you with some of the most interesting things to do in Northern Portugal. 1. Porto Porto is the biggest city and the main travel hub in northern Portugal. However, until a few years ago it was forgotten…
Planning for Porto, Portugal? We were eager to explore all the things to do in Porto Portugal and we went there. Our guide is to be useful for you.