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Frequently Asked


How is the weather in Porto?

Porto’s climate is mild, with dry and warm summers and soft and rainy winters. The warmest months are July and August, with average maximum temperatures between 25 and 26 °C. The coldest months are December, January and February, with average minimum temperatures between 5 and 7 °C and maximum temperatures between 13 and 18 °C.


What is the best way to travel to Portugal?

The best way to travel to Portugal is by plane. There are 05 airports throughout Portugal where land all kinds of companies: from low-cost to first class and business firms. So there are flights available from all the largest cities in Europe and beyond.


How can I get more information and book a Tour?

The easiest way to get more information is by email or phone. Our offices are open from Monday to Friday, roughly speaking between 09.00 am and 06.00 pm. And if you already had your first contact, you will have access to the direct number of the colleague responsible for you quote.

  • Phone: +351 226 191 095
  • Email:
  • Skype: ecotoursportugal
  • Head Office (Porto): Praça Mouzinho de Albuquerque nº113, loja 70 (Shopping Brasília), 4100-359 Porto
  • Address (Lisbon): Rua Joaquim António Aguiar, No.66, 3 Drt., 1070-153 – Lisboa

You can also check out our social network, where our digital team answers as soon as possible.


Why is Porto so Popular today?

With many low-cost airlines flying into Porto, it’s the perfect destination, and with its close proximity to fabulous Atlantic beaches and other historic towns and cities Porto it has a lot to offer year-round.

Porto has a unique vibe; it offers something for all visitors, from the food, the wine and the ability to explore further afield along the Douro River and the Atlantic. There is art, music and even a great football team. The University of Porto is well-regarded internationally with a reputation as one of the Portugal’s leading universities, which further adds to the city’s youthful, international flavour.

The local population are very proud of their heritage which is evident and helps ensure that the strong, vibrant, culture continues.

Booking & Cancellation Conditions

To confirm the booking, a 100% up-front payment is required.
Cancellation 60 days prior to arrival, 100% refund.
Cancellation 30 days prior to arrival, 50% refund.
Cancellation less than 30 days before, no refund.


Transport In And Around Porto

One can get around in Porto by metro, bus, taxi or private transport.


What clothing should I pack to travel to Portugal?

We always recommend packing as light as possible. However, the specific requirements for your tour will vary depending on where and when you are travelling. In Portugal, the weather is usually warm and sunny but, in some regions, Winters can be a little bit cold. Comfortable clothes and footwear is always mandatory. And don’t forget to include some sort of protection for the rain. For trips from January to March, bring clothing and footwear suitable to cold weather and add a cosy sweater when travelling from April to October. For more information about the climate in Portugal, please access the official website


How can I complain?

As mandatory in Portugal, we have the Complaint Book where you can write the complaints that you might have. Also, and according to the law no. 144/2015, we inform that in order to solve consumption conflicts, one must contact the arbitral commission of Tourism of Portugal at

Top 20 Best Things to Do in Porto

The city of Porto is known as the Undefeated City. It is the city that gave its name to Portugal – from an early age (c. 200 BC), when it was called Portus Cale, later becoming the capital of the Portucalense County. It is still a city known worldwide for its wine, its bridges and contemporary and ancient architecture, its historic center, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

On the slopes above the Douro Estuary, Porto is a historic mercantile city with business and trade written into its very name. The centre is a World Heritage site, and you’ll be struck by how rich and varied this heritage can be: There are medieval walls, gleaming Baroque churches, the compact streets of the Ribeira district, the Romanesque Cathedral and that’s just the beginning.

Its beautiful monuments and historic buildings, such as the imposing Sé or Clérigos Tower, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal, offering a harmonious synthesis of ancient and yesterday’s attractions.

On the opposite bank of the river, Vila Nova de Gaia, boasts superb views of the world-famous Port Wine Cellars, the main center of Port wine production. where the wine is made and matured and where it is possible to taste the different varieties, or also opt for a cruise on the Douro.

Vila Nova de Gaia, District of Porto, Portugal

Residential area, close to the beach and leisure area, Marina do Douro, City Park, Natural Reserve of Cabedelo,
Shopping area and Hypermarket

Around The Area

Public transport at the door to all areas of Porto.
You can come from the airport to the door of the house by public transport.
Metro to “Casa da Musica” and 902 Praia de Lavadores, total journey 45 minutes.

Salselas Macedo de Cavaleros

Salselas is a Portuguese parish in the municipality of Macedo de Cavaleiros , with an area of ​​36.42 km² and 284 inhabitants (2021 census).

Around The Area

Stand up Paddle experience in Lagos de Sabor. 
Chestnut liqueur and sweets tasting.
All Terrain Sightseeing and Balloon ride at sunrise in Bragança.
1h59 minute ( 184.5 km ) via A4 drive from Porto.
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