The historic center of Porto has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, due to the relevant archaeological values and a set of churches and buildings representative of the Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Neoclassical and New Art styles.
The night of OPorto is also bustling. Several points of fun inserted in a revitalized old zone where you can have fun, in a context of very own epoch.
The city is also known as “Invicta” or “Capital of the North”. Its name gave origin to the name Portugal.
Famous worldwide for its Wine, Bridges and architecture where Gustav Eiffel (bridge D. Maria Pia), Théophile Seyrig (bridge Luis I, was disciple of Gustav Eiffel), Nicolau Nasoni (Tower of the Clerics) and Rem Koolhaas (House of Music) .
The river that crosses it and where it drains is the Douro River, where it is possible to stroll in typical boats that once transported OPort wine, its name Rabelos.
The Livraria Lello, the Casa da Música, the Serralves Gardens and the Crystal Palace are other places to visit.
The vast spaces dedicated to leisure and cultural life are just some of the reasons that invite you to visit the city.