New artisans make Forbes fall in love – once again – for the tiles of Porto
In an articled called “The Ceramic Studios Bringing A New Dynamic to Porto’s Thriving Craft Scene”, the north American magazine talks about how the manufacture of tiles is making a resurgence.
Magnolias in bloom cover the city with a wave of colour
At this time, the city is dressed in shades of white, pink and purple/lilac, the dominant colours of the species of the Magnoliaceae family.
It is already possible to plan a visit to the exhibition of D. Pedro's heart before it leaves for Brazil
On 20 and 21 August, the heart will be exposed in the Salão Nobre of Irmandade da Lapa.
Gastronomy, people, and tiles delight chef Jamie Oliver in a visit to Porto
The famous British chef was filming in the Invicta and dinned at the restaurant O Rápido, next to S. Bento station.
And now this… a do-it-yourself cosmetic for keeping a healthy skin while taking a bite at something sweet
Bring something different to these summer days: a considered and thoughtful homemade face cream that can also be a sweet that will add that special twist to your skin care (and pocket).
Solidarity restaurants in the Municipality of Porto serve an average of 525 meals per day
The Municipality of Porto runs three solidarity restaurants and serves an average of 525 meals per day. At times like these, solidarity in the shape of free meals is crucial, as the pandemic outed the already existing social inequalities that are hardened by the pandemic constraints.
This is a top landmark in Porto and it is a statement about its history
The San Francisco Church is a gothic church located in the parish of São Nicolau, in Porto historic centre. The construction started in the 14th century as part of a Franciscan Convent, and throughout the 17th century, several altarpieces were crafted and the entire church interior was refurbished. The main gilded wood altarpieces are on display in the church.
Fascinating facts and trivia about the city of Porto
Porto offers amazing peculiarities that make it what it is and always has been: unique. From its name – Porto – to the reason why its inhabitants are called “tripeiros”, get to know some of the most fascinating aspects of The Invicta.
Porto demonstrated what a resilient city looks like
Summer 1899. Porto. The bubonic plague spread in the Ribeira area, in Porto and caused the death of several people, which led authorities in Lisbon to declare a cordon sanitaire in that part of town to prevent the plague from spreading.
Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen would be 101 years today
On 6th November 1919 Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen was born in Porto. Her family affectionately nicknamed her "Xixa". She loved books, histories and poems and maybe that is why she became one of the greatest Portuguese writers of all time.