Culture

The doors and the books are open: the space that will house the Eugénio de Andrade collection is inaugurated today

The Palacete Burmester, at Campo Alegre street, welcomes the President of the Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, in a ceremony that will also be attended by the Mayor of Porto, Rui Moreira

Holocaust Museum reopens to the public

The Holocaust Museum of Porto reopens, to the general public, next Thursday, National Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Inquisition, three and a half months after closing because of the pandemic.

Historic Center of Porto celebrated in the streets and city memory

Last Saturday, there were 10 hours of activities, to celebrate a Historic Center classified as World Heritage by UNESCO, since 1996.

CAMPUS Paulo Cunha e Silva with open calls for artistic and technical residencies

Open calls for professional artists and companies, Portuguese or foreign, are available until April 4th

The electricity boxes on Rua das Flores are more colourful

Under the motto “500 anos da Rua das Flores”, 24 electricity distribution boxes greet the new year with new colours.

Rivoli is made up of 90 years of the city and a window that opens Porto to the world

Teatro Rivoli will celebrate nine decades of culture for six days, with nine projects, around 90 artists and nine art forms.

On its 116th anniversary, Livraria Lello offers books and launches two historic editions

There will be music, birthday cake and 116 books to offer to the first visitors of the day.

Warm colors for cold days on the Mural Coletivo da Restauração

The 14 modules of the supporting wall of the Palácio de Cristal Gaeden have a renewed face, exhibiting the new works selected as part of the Programa de Arte Urbana.

Exhibition by Alfredo Cunha portrays a vibrant Porto in Freedom on the Square

While a part of what will be the future of Praça da Liberdade is built, the city exposes itself as the usual Porto:” alive, vibrant and unforgettable”.

Three events in Porto nominated for the 2021 best festival award

The sixth Edition of the Iberian Festival Awards features three Porto events in the run for the Best Non-Musical Festival award.