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The marathon event brought together 12,000 participants

Kenyan Emmanuel Kemboi and Ethiopian Tejitu Siyum Alemayehu were the big winners of the 19th edition of the Porto Marathon.

Emirates to resume flights to Porto in 2024

The largest flag carrier in the Middle East will resume flights to Porto in 2024, interrupted in 2020 due to the pandemic.

Porto, once again, a finalist in the World Travel Awards

The city is nominated in the categories "World's Leading City Break Destination", "World's Leading City Destination" and "World's Leading Heritage City Destination".

Municipality takes wine tourism projects to the general meeting of the Great Wine Capitals

Lausanne, Switzerland, hosted the Annual General Meeting of Great Wine Capitals - International Network of Capitals of Large Vineyards.

Municipal Police will have an APP to help tourists

The City Council celebrated with Turismo de Portugal - Escola de Hotelaria e Turismo do Porto a cooperation protocol to develop the "Formação + Próxima" program.

The winners of the Best Of Wine Tourism 2024 awards are already known

The announcement was made at the closing of the network's annual meeting on Thursday night in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Fitch upgrades Porto's rating in terms of compliance with financial commitments

The North American credit ratings agency Fitch raised the rating of Porto from ‘BBB+’ to ‘A-’, with stable prospects.

The New York Times looks at Porto as the “new creative axis” of the country

From “old-school shellfish restaurants to ceramic studios”, the American newspaper highlights the city's cultural, commercial, and leisure offerings.

Asprela wants to be a multiplier of the square kilometre of knowledge and sustainability

At Porto Ambiente, the Secretary of State for Planning was aware of the path already taken.

Casa São Roque marks its fourth anniversary with the exhibition "Peter Meeker Collection"

It is a selection of works from the international art collection that began in the 1980s in Porto and includes 40 artists and more than 600 works.