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Porto Region Across The Ages

EMBARK ON A JOURNEY THROUGH TIME!


The Porto Region Across The Ages experience is an excellent starting point to understand the Invictus city of Porto.

Shining a light on history, the city's culture and its people; laying bear its foundations, the setbacks, the conquests, the explorations and wars that have defined Portugal: fortunate, with an identity full of culture and heritage.

Before looking for what to see and do in Porto, a visit to PRATA will help to understand the city, its people and its character: full of vigour and energy, affability and resourcefulness.



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WITH BREATH-TAKING SCENERY, THE TRAMWAY PROVIDES AN EXTRAORDINARY RIDE THROUGH THE CITY.


In the Porto Region Across The Ages experience you can enter a full-size replica of the iconic city tram. It is the perfect transportation for a journey through time and through the city of Porto - a territory steeped in thousands of years of history.



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GO “TO THE ONE-ARMED MAN”!
"Go to the one-armed" means someone has died or is lost. The origin of this Porto expression comes from the time of the French Invasion. There is so much more to discover at PRATA!
THE PEOPLE OF INVICTA? THE TRIPEIROS!
Porto is the undefeated city. And the people of Porto are commonly called Tripeiros. But do you know why?
BUT WHAT A “BIG THIRTY-ONE”
It was a historical event on Rua de 31 de Janeiro that gave rise to this well-known Porto expression. Why was that? Find out at PRATA.
GO “TO THE ONE-ARMED MAN”!
"Go to the one-armed" means someone has died or is lost. The origin of this Porto expression comes from the time of the French Invasion. There is so much more to discover at PRATA!
THE PEOPLE OF INVICTA? THE TRIPEIROS!
Porto is the undefeated city. And the people of Porto are commonly called Tripeiros. But do you know why?
BUT WHAT A “BIG THIRTY-ONE”
It was a historical event on Rua de 31 de Janeiro that gave rise to this well-known Porto expression. Why was that? Find out at PRATA.
 

SCHEDULE

Monday to Friday | 12:00 to 20:30
Saturday and Sunday | 10:00 to 20:30 (Last entrance 19:00)