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Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. Porto is Portugal's second-largest metropolis after Lisbon. The city has long been a top destination for wine lovers, but certainly has more to offer. Travellers can visit the city's wealth of museums, admire its varied architecture, relax in its verdant parks and, of course, hit the beach.

London to Porto

2 hours 25 minutes

Lisbon to Porto

1 hour

Paris to Porto

2 hours 15 minutes

New York to Porto

6 hours 15 minutes


The property market in Portugal has proven to be a safe option for investors, even during times of crisis. Real estate prices in this northern city of Portugal have risen by 61% since 2019.

In recent years, Porto’s real estate market has blossomed, driven mainly by growth in commercial, residential and hotel developments, attracting an increasing amount of local and foreign investors.


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Benefits of Portugal Golden Visa

Low-cost Living

Porto, as Portugal in general, tends to offer a much more affordable cost of living when compared to the majority of western Europe. The city is also generally more affordable than the capital of Lisbon.


Porto is home to many expats for its vast and famous wine production, beautiful bridges, and easy-going citizens.

Wine Culture

Port wine is the most prestigious and well-known of the Portuguese wines and one of the most consumed in Europe.


Booming Real estate market, now is the best time to invest and benefit from price appreciation.

Golden visa

Buy commercial property and obtain EU family residency

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Map of Porto

Funchal, the capital of the island, is the place to be. The city is not only the main tourist center, but also the political, economic and academic center where all higher education institutions, including the University of Madeira, are located. With a population of 105,795 inhabitants (data from 2021), Funchal is the main city of Madeira and has about 42% of the population of the entire archipelago.

Given the population density, the real estate market of Funchal is home mostly to apartments and villas, leaving aside tourist developments whose sector has a strong influence on the economic development of the region.



It is a historical region and one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. It is on the banks of the Douro River and has a boardwalk full of bars and restaurants. Ribeira is an essential place to see.

Gardens of the Crystal Palace.

If you like parks, unforgettable viewpoints, and landscaping, this is an essential place to visit in Porto.

Must visit are Porto wine tours

Experience the nature, wine & delicious food

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