Located on the northern bank of the Douro River, not far from the Atlantic Ocean, Porto is a city in Portugal, capital of the district of the same name and the second most populous city in the country. Porto is one of the most industrialized districts of Portugal, for this reason it is sometimes called A capital do norte (“The capital of the north”). From this derives the name of Portugal itself and the famous wine (Vinho do Porto).  In 2001 Porto shared the recognition of European Capital of Culture with the Dutch city of Rotterdam. As part of these events, construction began on the large concert hall of the Casa da Música. In recent years, UNESCO has recognised the historic centre of Porto, the Ribeira district, as a world heritage site.
In this page we don’t want to just describe the city, but we want to invite you to discover it through the experiences that will accompany Sea and You in these months.


Torre dos Clérigos

Live a wonderful adventure climbing the tower symbol of Porto, and stop for a second to admire the landscape


Casa da Música

Find out more about the main concert hall of the city


Ideal Clube de Fado

Discover more about the art of Fado, the traditional music of Portugal


Vícios à Mesa

Try out delicious mediterranean food in this restaurant&cocktail bar in the heart of the city



Discover the place where the artists will stay!


Brasão Bistrô

Discover more about Portuguese culture trying traditional and local cuisine