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With its fantastic cuisine, atmospheric centre and rich history, it’s no wonder Porto is fast earning a reputation for itself as one of Europe’s best city break destinations.
As it’s located in the north of Portugal, right on the Atlantic coast, the weather in Porto is less than predictable. Winters are often grey, wet and a little chilly and although warm, sunny spells are common, you’ll need to pack an umbrella if you’re going to book your flights to Porto at this time of year.
If you want to book cheap flights to Porto but still want to enjoy a bit of sun, plan your trip for the late spring or early autumn months. Although sunshine is never guaranteed in the city, booking your flights at this time of year will give you a better chance of topping up your tan.
July and August are peak season in Porto. As thousands of people flock to the city, finding cheap flights to Porto Portugal can be more of a challenge. However, with rugged beaches just a few miles from the city centre and some beautiful landscapes to explore, this can be a great time to visit the destination.
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Officially known as Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport, Porto Airport is located just seven miles from the city centre.
The second busiest air hub in Portugal, the terminal offers regular flights to destinations across Europe. Seasonal services also connect Porto with a number of long haul destinations in Canada, Brazil, the US and North Africa.
Travelling to central Porto from the airport is quick, easy and affordable. Metro services link the terminal building with destinations across the city while buses, taxis and hire cars are also available.
A number of airlines offer cheap flights to Porto from UK airports.
If you’re staying in the historic centre of Porto, you’ll find most of its sights and attractions are easily accessible by foot. Although there are a number of steep hills to contend with, you’ll find that walking is a great way to discover this atmospheric and enigmatic city.
When your feet start to ache, or if you’re travelling to somewhere a little further afield, you’ll find the public transport system efficient and easy to navigate. Metro services and buses crisscross the city while trains connect Porto with destinations in the nearby area.
The main attraction in Porto is the ancient city centre itself. A Unesco World Heritage Site, it’s a warren of steep alleyways, winding staircases and meandering streets. Spend a day exploring this beautiful part of the city, stopping to enjoy a refreshing drink on the picturesque waterfront as you go.
Just across the river from central Porto is Vila Nova de Gaia. Technically a separate city, it’s the hub of the region’s port industry and is where you’ll find many of the best producers. Most of the port houses in Vila Nova de Gaia offer tours and tastings, giving you the chance to learn a little more about this unique product and try some delicious vintages.
If you want to cool off after a busy day of sightseeing, take the tram or the metro to the nearby coast. Porto has a number of beautiful beaches within easy reach of the city centre, giving you to the chance to combine a city break with a bit of time in the sun.
Porto celebrates its patron saint day, Festa de Sao Joao, at the end of June. If you’re travelling at this time of year, make sure you book your accommodation well in advance.