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Porto is a special place, with its very own atmosphere, both for its attractive decadence and for its peculiar rhythm of life. The neighborhoods are elegant and manor houses contrast with the narrow streets UNESCO has classified as a World Heritage Site.
The best way to get to know Porto is through these streets full of history and nostalgia. Visiting this city, do not forget to stroll at dusk by the river area; stroll through Bolhão Market; taste the famous wines and visit emblematic places such as the Clérigos Tower, the Gardens of the Crystal Palace, the Cathedral, the Church of San Francisco, the Lello bookstore, the attractive Carmo Church and Capela das Almas, and do not miss a "cimbalino" in Majestic Caffé, the favourite of J.K.Rowling, the Harry Potter writer.
In Porto, festivities and cultural activities are celebrated throughout the year, but the feast of Saint John is the most emblematic.
On the other side of the Douro River, you will find Vila Nova de Gaia, to which you can access through any of the fantastic bridges or by boat. Here you'll find the best wine cellars of the region.


Besides tourism, Oporto has an extraordinary business dynamics. The capital of the north, as it is known, centers a large part of industry and business activity of the country.  The region has security, friendliness, high-quality accommodation and competence to organize corporate events of international scale, among others.


Oporto is considered one of the "coolest" cities in Europe, and for several times was European Capital of Culture.


It is one of the best places to challenge your teams!

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