MEO Mares Vivas is one of the biggest music festivals in the North of Portugal and its back! It takes place in Antiga Seca do Bacalhau (Old Codfish Drying Field) in Vila Nova de Gaia (Canidelo) from 19 to 21st of July. Three days of great music and a fantastic view of the Atlantic Ocean, the Douro River and beautiful the city of Porto in the background.Read More
Every year in the evening of the 23rd of June the city of Oporto is invaded by thousands of people excited to participate in Saint John’s Festivities, the Patron Saint of the city. This is the city’s most important festival and is considered by several guides as one of the best parties in the world.Read More
The Beer Fest is back! A journey to beer culture, more dynamic and broader, where consumers, guests, professionals, companies, entrepreneurs and many other people will have contact and can experience different types of beer, current and in constant evolution and revolution.Read More
The Association of Portuguese Travel Bloggers (ABVP) will organize the 1st Meeting of Portuguese Travel Bloggers. The event, which will take place at the Palácio da Bolsa (Porto), on June 2, will be attended by internationally renowned bloggers, among them João Cajuda and the Brazilian duo responsible for the “Viajo Logo Existo” project.Read More
Celebrate Porto Museums Day with us and participate in visits, concerts, circuits and so many other programs for all ages. This year, 2019 we can count with more than 30 Museums and 70 activities. Oporto gives you a myriad of reasons to get to know its museums and the city.
It was already announced the NOS Primavera Sound program, which will take part from 6 to 8 of June 2019 in the second biggest city of Portugal, in Oporto. The soul divas Solange and Erykah Badu, the colombian J Balvin, the Americans Interpol, James Blake and Stereolab, lead the 70 names that will act in the emblematic, Parque da Cidade.
Portugal’s first Summer Festival arrives in May by the river Douro! It’s the 3rd edition of the North Music Festival and will take place in Alfândega do Porto the 24-25th of May. As the name implies, the main attraction of this festival is music. And this a different festival organized with different types of music.
Alfândega do Porto, the old Porto customs building, hosts the exhibition “Banksy´s Dismaland and Others” by the British photographer Barry Cawston. The exhibition intends to take the public on a journey through the work of Banksy who for more than 25 years uses his art to question the values of society on themes such as war, child poverty and the environment.Read More