Porto is one of the most ancient European cities. One of the its most significant aspects is its historical centre and its surrounding landscape,the steep river banks providing a dramatic setting for old town.


Guimarães has a significant historical importance due to the role it played in the foundation of Portugal. The city is referred to as the "birthplace of the Portuguese nationality" or "the cradle city" because it is widely believed that Portugal's first King, Afonso Henriques, was born in Guimaraes.


Built more than 2,000 years ago, “Bracara Augusta” was, as the name indicates, founded by Augustus Emperor. Braga it was located on one of the main Roman roads in the Iberian Peninsula.


Is situated in the rich agricultural lands of the Minho region, the northern section of the country which is responsible for the grapes of the vinho verde, the young semi-sparkling ‘green’ wine unique to Portugal.

Douro valley

Evora it is a delightful city that exudes Portuguese charm and boasts a vast array of fascinating historical monuments. Evora is surrounded by the Alentejo, a region of sun-baked olive groves, fortified towns and traditional villages.