Porto Travel Guide
Get all the travel information, advice, reviews, hotels, maps and itineraries you may need when travelling on holiday to Porto as a tourist.
Porto is the second largest city is Portugal and the capital of the Northern region. It’s a very busy commercial and industrial centre with a population of around 240,000 residents. Nearby cities include Gaia, Maia, Gondomar, Matosinhos and Espinho. The city is built along the hills and overlooking the Douro River and has been awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO for its historical centres. Porto offers many travellers a mixture of modern architecture and medieval history, with many things to see and do such as visit the North side of Douro and Porto Valley or try a glass of tawny port wine. Porto has a climate very close to many other Mediterranean cities and most of the locals all speak Spanish.
Hotels in Porto
OPENED SINCE THE 11TH OF JUNE 2007, BESSAHOTEL IS LOCATED AT THE HIGHLY PRESTIGED BOAVISTA AREA, A G...
Hotel Star Inn Porto
Location. The Hotel Star Inn Porto is located in Portugal, five kilometres from the city centre, six...
The Hotel Malaposta is a four floor hotel with contemporary dcor located in the Bairro da Cedofeita,...
Porto Fast Facts
Time Difference: GMT
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Language Spoken: Portuguese
Flight Time from UK: 2 hours
Electricity: 220V AC 50Hz
Plug Type: 2 pin round European
Mobile Phone Network: GSM 900/1800
Dialling Country Code: +351
Main Airport: Oporto-Francisco SA Carneiro Airport (OPO)
Weather for Porto
Temperature: F, C
Airlines Flying to Porto
Its useful to know which cities the airlines fly to. The following airline fly to Porto.
Air France ,
Air Portugal ,
BA(Operated by GB Airways),
Iberia Airlines ,
SN Brussels Airlines,