Euneos choice of venues is based on two essentials: delivering professionalism and assuring personal well-being in order to warrant enjoyable course experience.
Porto offers rich Port wines and the freshest seafood, but also a fusion of modern with gothic and baroque styles. Charming cobbled streets wind through the city exposing all the beauty of the diverse architectural signature of Porto. Such variety offers plenty to savour and this is what makes Porto one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. No wonder that the Old Town, which spreads on the scenic Douro River, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The course venue Casa de Vilar is located at Rua Arcediago Vanzeller 50, Porto, Portugal, just over 1km from the center of Porto and the Douro and Foz seafront promenade. Within walking distance of the House you can find the historic center of Porto, rich in its cultural, historical and tourist aspects, being also close to the Superbock Arena and Casa da Música, the famous Port Wine Cellars, beaches and main metro and train stations.
Bookings can be made directly to the hotel or through booking sites like Booking.com, Tripadvisor, Expedia, Trivago, Airbnb and others. Booking sites offer search for hotels, apartments and bed and breakfast.
Some of the hotels near the venue:
Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport or Porto Airport is located in Maia, 11km from the city of Porto. It has good and reliable public transport connections to the city. You can get from the airport into Porto by taking the E (purple) metro line toward Estádio do Dragão; the Lapa, Trindade and Bolhão stops are nearest the city's center. Various shuttle services also ferry travelers between the airport and the city. Or, you can get a cab to or from the airport.
Porto Metro opens every day at 6 am and the last train departs at 1 am. Depending on the time of day, the metro can pass every 4 to 15 minutes. If you purchase the Porto Card or the Andante Tour Card, you’ll have unlimited access to the city’s metro system.
With the passage of time, trams in Porto have become a popular tourist attraction rather than a means of transport.
The Funicular dos Guindais, also known as The Guindais Funicular, is an elegant and unique way of getting from one part of the city to the other.
You have your KA1 grant budget for your accommodation including meals. The course will include time for relaxing coffee breaks, tea, biscuits and special moments for cultural exchange throughout the day.
The well-known attractions in Porto are Porto Cathedral, dating back to the 12th century and Muralha Fernadina, the UNESCO protected wall which guarded Porto in the 14th century, Besides this historical landmark, another attraction is the Viagem Medival em Terra de Santa Maria, alongside the back in time travel like experience, one could satisfy many other senses with great food, wine and music. Other attractions worthy of your time are the Livraria Lello, Praca da Liberdade, Clerigos Church Tower and other. Do not forget to enjoy the very famous "six bridges river cruise" while there. As of traditional food delicacies, we warmly recommend the runny mountain cheese Queijo da Serra de Estrela, Francesinha sandwich, slowroasted Sandes de pernil or Bachalau cod fish combined with the world famous Portugese wines. Bem-vindo!