British Airways, TAP Air Portugal, easyJet, and Ryanair are the operators of direct flights at present.
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So far, Ryanair is the cheapest airline for flights to Porto from the UK (London). We have some fantastic deals in store for you starting from 60 GBP. Ryanair flies from London Stansted Airport, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Birmingham.
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Except for the Christmas week, and possibly the week before, fares are not exceptionally high during winter. Part of the reason is climate, and also because fewer people travel to Porto right after Christmas. On the bright side, both sun-seekers and rain lovers will have their days as the weather is rewarding on both accounts. Places like the Crystal Palace Gardens look spectacular when rain washed.
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The name, Porto Airport, is commonly used to refer to Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport, which is the main international airport serving Porto. The airport has the IATA code OPO and has a single terminal building. From the city centre, the Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport is only 11 kilometres away.
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No need to drive off the beaten path to reach these gems; both buildings are situated in the city centre. If you see yourself as somebody who appreciates architecture and finds historical buildings particularly fascinating, then visit the Stock Exchange Palace without any further thought. The tour ahead lies through an elaborate courtyard (Courtyard of the Nations), a gold-plated hall (Golden Room), and a larger hall (Arab Room), which has much resemblance with the old Alhambra of Andalusia. But before you return to your hotel and ease those tired limbs, make sure to visit St. Francis Church, which belongs to a class of its own.Jardins do Palacio de Cristal (Crystal Palace Gardens):
Make a break for the Crystal Palace Gardens if you are looking for sights for sore eyes. One simply cannot fight down the urge to see the deep green of this garden complex, consisting of endless thickets and hedges studded with flowering plants here and there. Take a stroll on these footpaths with your loved ones and lean on the edge of a fountain for a picture or two.Luis I Bridge:
The Luis I Bridge offers panoramic views of the Douro River as it disappears behind buildings before you catch sight of it again in some distant clearing. A river of such magnificence deserves an equally impressive viewing platform, and justice is done in this case. You can stand there and watch the slow pace of the river for seemingly endless minutes. It's a complete therapy, and we agree. As you watch the terrain and catch glimpses of the far end of the city, spots that you might miss otherwise, time seems to stop all of a sudden/come to a standstill.Porto Cathedral:
Upon entering the building, one senses immediately the peaceful stillness that calms the soul. The cathedral, built in the 12th century, is a majestic building in addition to being a place of worship for Roman Catholics. If your schedule is flexible enough for a visit to this cathedral, say yes to the opportunity.