News Highlights

Fashion industry wears Porto’s DNA again

In the 50th Edition, Portugal Fashion chooses the colors of maturity, optimism, and economic and social importance.

Porto raised “Uma voz pela paz” (a voice for peace) in Ukraine

Proceeds were entirely given to the Ukrainian Red Cross, Voices of Children and UBTS Emergency Center.

14 more tonnes of aid on its way to Ukraine

The second IRR truck departed on Tuesday with 14 tons of goods collected as part of the “We are all Ukraine” campaign, promoted by the municipalities of Porto, Vila Nova de Gaia and Matosinhos.

Euronext technology Center grows in Porto and needs 50 more workers

New wing is inaugurated this Tuesday and comes as a response to the growth of services that reach 15 markets.

Porto's Mayor sets the stage for leading urban transformation in post-pandemic times at MIPIM conference

The municipality of Porto will be present at MIPIM for the third time. Europe's largest real estate investment exhibition starts March 15th in the French city of Cannes.

Campaign in support of the Ukrainian people is intended to organize and collect aid

Both the helpline, with the number 222 090 420, and the site are exclusively intended for at areas in which the community can participate in this aid.

Truck carrying 12 tons of aid for the Ukrainian people departed from Porto

On board are medicines, nonperishable food items, clothes – and a shot of hope for the Ukrainian people, whose lives has been transformed by the Russian invasion on the 24th of February.

Façade of the City Hall illuminated with the colors of the Ukrainian flag

The Mayor of Porto, Rui Moreira, also wrote to his counterpart in Kharkiv, expressing his personal support and that of the people of Porto.

Thousands of tulips cover the city with a blanket of color

Originally from Turkey, it is traditionally known as the symbol of the Netherlands, but, these days, it decorates flowerpots, gardens, and public parks in Porto.

Atlantic Front municipalities unite to strengthen support for Ukrainian People

This humanitarian response is accessible at or by the number +351 222 090 420.