We offer you the magic of the city of Porto with its bridges and its cultural dynamics, its speed in business, its unique architecture, its mythical gastronomy, its wines of excellence and its lively nightlife.
Visit Porto and feel yourself growing inside. Savour the ancient and the modern accompanied by a glass of one of the world’s most respected wines. The truth is that this ancient city gave its name to Port wine and gave its name to Portugal.
Much of its heritage has been made up of trade and its bourgeois and passionate hustle and bustle, which gives everything a feeling. Also a world heritage site, the city nestles in the river, which embraces it in love…
Perhaps that’s why it wins over those who discover it at every turn. The city of Porto is one of Europe’s oldest tourist destinations.
Porto mixes the charm of the past (a cliché, but very true) with the freshness of the present. From the contemporary Casa da Música to the 12th century Sé Cathedral, the eras merge harmoniously in the streets of Porto.
The city is full of colourful streets and historic sites. There’s something to see around every corner. Porto is increasingly becoming a favoured place for shopping, contrasted with the historical beauty scattered throughout the city and the famous, century-old, mythical Port wine cellars just across the river.
Whenever we plan to visit a city, we try to find information about what the locals do, because it’s difficult to extract everything a city has to offer if we don’t have a friend to show us the best places, to share its secrets with us, to immerse us in the real urban environment, to allow us to appreciate the sounds and smells, all from the perspective of those who live there.



Porto is an ancient city with deep roots that go back centuries. The narrow, winding streets tell stories of times gone by, reflected in historic buildings, centuries-old churches and picturesque squares. The city exudes an aura of antiquity and authenticity, where every corner reveals traces of the glorious past that has shaped its identity. From the medieval alleys of the Ribeira to the imposing walls of the Castelo do Queijo, the city is a treasure trove of historical heritage that enchants and inspires those who visit. Walking through the centuries-old streets, contemplating the ancient monuments, it is impossible not to feel the reverence for the past that still echoes in Porto’s walls and sidewalks.



One of the most significant aspects of the city of Porto and its historic center is the landscape, the result of the harmony of its lines and urban structure. The city was classified as a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1996 and voted “Best European Destination 2014” by “European Consumers Choice”.
To discover Porto is to encounter many surprises. Alongside its hospitable and conservative character is a contemporary and creative city. The marks of this “knowing how to be” can be felt in the streets, the architecture, the monuments, the museums, the leisure spaces, the terraces and the shopping areas.



The city of Porto is one of the oldest tourist destinations in Europe and a favourite destination for many tourists and visitors.
The richness of its monumental and artistic heritage, the Port wine cellars, the vast spaces dedicated to leisure and cultural life are just some of the reasons to visit Porto.
What to see and do
How to get there via the airport


Bus line nº601 connects the Airport to the Hotel, as well as the Hotel to the City Centre. Line 507 also connects the Hotel to the City Centre.


You can hire a car at the arrivals area of the airport through car hire companies. Another option is to book in advance.


The average taxi fare from the airport is around 15.00€. The amount charged for the journey is the same and does not depend on the number of passengers in the vehicle.

How to arrive by land

City Transport

Within the city, public urban transport is provided by STCP buses and Metro do PORTO.


Road transport companies such as Rede Nacional de Expressos and InterNorte connect Porto to various places in Europe. InterNorte makes journeys to almost all the main European cities. Other bus companies cover the entire country, from north to south.


Porto has two main stations for national and international connections. Campanhã station: Rail transport to Lisbon, the Douro, Minho and international destinations. S. Bento station: Regional connections, Galicia, the Douro and Minho regions, Aveiro and Coimbra.


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