There is no such thing as "the best time" to visit Porto, because this city is wonderful at any season.

February can be cold and rainy, but our winters are not very rough! There is no snow and most importante of all: the cloudy skies and the grey atmosphere makes this gothic city even more romantic.

Be sure to bring warm clothes and umbrella, and don't plan in staying in your Hotel room! Visit the Porto Tourism website and get inspired.

www.visitportoandnorth.travel

Transports

We have two main means of transportation: bus and metro. Our metro system is quite big! It crosses the whole city and a good amount of buses.

The simplest ticket is the blue Andante card, which alows you to enter both Metro and Bus, plus lets you pay per journey. The key thing to know about this card is that it gives you access to all transports in town (even tram!) and you only need to charge it before using it.

Just remember: All cards must be validated every time you get on board, and at any change of vehicle.

Take a look at the Metro Map and some routes:

Download the Metro Map

Airport - City Center - Venue

This video shows how easy it is to use our Metro and how to get to the city center, from the airport. The Course will take place at Santo António Hospital, that is near to the Piolho/Cordoaria area. If you take the Metro, you need to walk on foot trought the city center.

To get to the Hospital from the airport directly by bus, you must take the Line 602 - Airport - Cordoaria. A single fare is €1.85.

You can always take the taxi. Taxis (tel: 22 535 3350/9; www.antral.pt) are available 24 hours a day from outside Arrivals. A 20% surcharge is payable at weekends, on public holidays and between 21:00 and 06:00. Taxi, should cost between 15 and 20 euros and take between 20 and 30 minutes.

Weather

 Average Temperature