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Porto and North

Northern Portugal and Porto are places of charm, and the Pestana Group has some of the best hotels in Porto. Discover the Northern region of the country in one of our 4-star hotels, luxury hotels, Small Luxury Hotels and Pousadas in Porto, Gerês, Viana do Castelo, Guimarães, Amares, Bragança, Valença and Alijó!
"The sublime Douro, a geological poem, the ultimate beauty" Miguel Torga
Mountains, cuisine, wines, medieval cities, beaches... the North of Portugal never goes unnoticed. Create memories and rediscover yourself with nature in the Peneda-Gerês Natural Park and visit the city of Guimarães, the birthplace of Portugal. And in the north, the charm is never-ending.

Voted the Best European City for the third time, Porto is the stage for one of the most beautiful historic centres in the world, where you can enjoy the spectacle created by thousands of traditional blue tiles, the Cathedral and the Clérigos Tower. The narrow streets, the delicious francesinha pastries, the clinking of glasses, the unforgettable wine tastings, the lively Ribeira dock and the cafes by the river, the famous Port wine cellars, Douro river cruises and the incredible landscape are just some of the reasons to visit this city that is like a postcard you never forget.

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Porto and the North

Porto has already been voted the “Best European Destination” and the “Best Tourist Destination in the World”, and it's easy to understand why. The city is within easy reach of the most northerly regions of Portugal, where you will discover amazing landscapes and stunning monuments.

- In Porto, walk along Avenida dos Aliados and go shopping in the city’s traditional stores. Climb the 240 steps of the Clérigos Tower and then have a rest to admire the tiles at São Bento station. Spend a little time in the gardens of the Crystal Palace and savour an aperitif in Ribeira. From there, walk over the Dom Luís I bridge to the Gaia quayside, where you can indulge in a tasting session in the Port wine cellars.

- The historic old town of Guimarães is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- The Peneda-Gerês National Park is a protected area of great scenic beauty and enormous biodiversity in terms of flora and fauna.
- The River Douro is the 2nd longest river in the Iberian Peninsula and features unforgettable landscapes, particularly during the grape harvesting season. By car, train or boat, it’s well worth discovering the bends in the river and the terraces on the hills on which Port wine is produced, the oldest demarcated region in the world.
- The Montesinho Nature Park in northeastern Portugal features Neolithic caves, lime kilns, medieval bridges, riverside beaches and water mills, in addition to a wide variety of animal and plant species.

Gastronomy Porto

Northern Portugal is well known for its delicious, generous cuisine. Every visitor runs the risk of going home carrying a few extra pounds of weight.

Nevertheless, make sure you try:
- Caldo verde (a kale/vegetable soup)
- Salt cod fritters
- The ‘francesinha, voted one of the best sandwiches in the world.
- Octopus: either sautéed, fried or cooked in rice.
- If you prefer meat, a Mirandese steak, chunks of veal and sausages such as salpicão, chorizo and alheira.
- for dessert, crème brulée, Abade de Priscos pudding, French toast and papos de Anjo (whipped egg yolk and syrup).
- Port wine, usually at the end of your meal.

How to arrive?
Porto and North

By Plane
The Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport is 11 km from the city of Porto, and receives frequent flights from major European cities like Lisbon and from Madeira / Funchal.
The Airport has an underground station with direct connection to the city centre. The main airlines to fly to Faro Airport are Ryanair, easyJet and TAP Portugal.

By Road
There are four main motorways into this city: A1 that connects Lisbon to Porto, A28 linking Viana do Castelo to Porto, A3 linking Spain to Porto, passing through Braga and A4 which connects Porto to Amarante, where you can continue to Vila Real and Bragança until (Galicia) the border with Spain.
Leixões Port is located 6 km from Porto and receives cruise ships from all over the world. It has links to major roads that serve the city of Porto.
Train and Underground
The city has two railway stations – Campanhã, in the east of the city and São Bento, in the centre, and several underground stations scattered throughout the city, which will bring you to our hotel in Porto.

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