Porto International Airport is located 15km from the city centre. The connections to the city are made through a good network of Bus, Metro and Taxi.
Porto is located 300km north of Lisbon and has a privileged geographic position in terms of access to the main European capitals.
The main airlines fly directly to Porto.
Leixões Cruise Terminal / APDL port is only a few kilometres away from the centre of Porto and receives cruise ships from all over the world.
Porto has international trains, Alfa Pendulares, intercidades, interregional, regional and urban, allowing connections to various destinations in the country and abroad.
Porto and Northern Portugal is served by a modern road network that enables those who come from Galicia, Algarve, Lisbon, Coimbra or any other part of the country to easily reach the city and from there to any other destination.
Porto Convention & Visitors Bureau is a non-profit organization founded in 1995 by a group of institutions that wanted to develop the Tourism Industry in Porto and Northern Portugal.