The capital city of the north of Portugal is renowned for its Porto wine, bridges, the blending of its contemporary and traditional architecture and its historic centre classified has a World Heritage site by UNESCO.


This character is still maintained today by the presence of iconic buildings such as the Misericordia Church with its magnificent Baroque façade, as well as the centuries old houses with crests of the Brandoes, the Bravos and the Sousa families, excellent examples of the noble residents of Porto up to the end of the 19th Century.