From 8 am to midnight, the doors were open again at the renovated Café Ceuta, located at number 26 of the street that lends it its name.
Teatro Nacional São João (TNSJ) reopens its doors with a facelift, after renovation and modernisation work on the spaces.
The Serralves Foundation inaugurated the exhibition Joan Miró: Signos e Figuração, in the renovated Serralves Villa, whose restoration work was led by Álvaro Siza Vieira.
From this Tuesday until next Saturday, Portugal Fashion returns to Porto to present the best that Portuguese fashion has to offer.
Porto appears in second place in the ranking of the best cities in Europe in 2021, according to the renowned Condé Nast Traveler magazine.
80 days to 80 years. Coliseu makes known the activities and programming that will mark the anniversary weekend, 18th and 19th December.
Whoever goes to Terreiro da Sé do Porto will find a Jacobean milestone, one of the most representative symbols of the Ways of St. James.
"Black Dawn", a performance that praises, highlights and celebrates the strength of black women, will be on stage at Rivoli on October 8th and 9th.
The eighth edition of MICAR – Mostra Internacional de Cinema Anti-Racista takes place at Rivoli’s Pequeno Auditório, from October 8th to 10th.
For a fortnight, Fábrica Nortada brings once again to Porto “the largest beer party in the world”. Oktoberfest is ready to be served.
From Germany to Portugal, passing through France and Italy, but also countries like Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Spain, Luxembourg or Belgium, the Six Bridges Rally has been on the road.
The organiser of the North Music Festival announced on Wednesday the postponement of this year's edition to a date yet to be determined.