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Didn't find what you are looking for? Compare more Portuguese schools in Faro, Lisbon or get comparison of all schools in Portugal . Porto: Facing the big lodges of port wine to which it gave its name across the river Douro, Porto is Portugal's second largest city and there is a certain feeling of rivalry towards Lisbon. But although its ancient roots have been preserved with pride, a modern and lively commerce makes it a thriving city and its traditional importance as an industrial centre does not diminish the charm and character of its old quarters or even of the newer and busy avenues, shopping centres and quiet residential blocks. Porto affords many other attractions, monuments and museums, as well as a cultural agenda which has been steadily improving. With a well-known gastronomy and hospitable population, it is also the starting point to explore the river Douro in an unforgettable journey upstream.
Key Facts about Porto
Population: 250,000 Inhabitants
Time Zone: +10h. (GMT +0)
Region: Porto, Porto
Currency: EUR (1 EUR = 1.0615 USD)
Porto Quality of Life Rating: 4.6/5.0 (97 reviews by our former students)
Francisco de Sá Carneiro (OPO) - 12 km. from Porto city center
Direct international flights from:
United Kingdom: Bristol, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester
Events in PortoBest time to take a language course in Porto
06 May 2017 - 14 May 2017Originally a university tradition this event now includes the entire city and is the second biggest event of the year. Coinciding with the week just before students prepare for final exams, the academic-style folk traditions include fado, a procession, concerts, and dances.
24 Jun. 2017The people of Porto have been celebrating the feast of St. John for over 600 years. On the eve of the feast day the city comes alive with parties, bonfires (and folk jumping over them), concerts, dancing in the streets and setting free thousands of candle lantern balloons.
Aug. 2017Step back in time in this medieval fair held every year in Santa Maria de Feira, just 30 kms south of Porto. One of the largest medieval reenactments in Europe, in an absolutely perfect setting.
What to do in Porto
Soares dos Reis National Museum
Sao Bento Train Station
Stock Exchange Palace
Crystal Palace Gardens
Vila Nova de Gaia
Santa Catarina Street
Map with location of Portuguese schools in Porto
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