Housed in a historic palace dating back to the 18th century, the Intercontinental Porto boasts a unique character alongside its luxurious rooms. Overlooking Liberdade Square, the Intercontinental is within easy reach of many of the city's landmarks.
Housed in an 18th-century palace with plenty of character
Decorated in a neoclassical style, the Intercontinental Porto has an elegant atmosphere
Enjoy delicious, seasonal Portuguese cuisine in the Astoria Restaurant
The central location offers easy access to many of Porto's landmarks
Located in the heart of Porto, the Intercontinental Porto is ideally located for exploring the city, within just a few minutes' walk of historical landmarks including the Clerigos Tower and famous sights such as the Lello Bookshop.
The rooms and suites at the Intercontinental Porto are decorated in a classic, elegant style, offering views across a tranquil courtyard garden, the rooftops of Porto or Liberdade Square. This former palace has been lovingly restored, incorporating traditional design elements alongside contemporary touches to create a truly unique character.
The Intercontinental Porto's Astoria Restaurant is housed in an elegant space, serving a menu of traditional Portuguese and Mediterranean cuisine with an international influence. Using seasonal ingredients, the dishes served at Astoria Restaurant offer a taste of local gastronomy and during the summer months can be enjoyed on the terrace. Cardosas Bar is the Intercontinental Porto's spot for cocktails and local port wine, and guests can also enjoy afternoon tea with a view of the city.
For guests looking to relax during their stay, the Intercontinental Porto has its own wellness centre, offering a sauna and rejuvenating spa treatments, ideal for unwinding after a day exploring the city.
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Intercontinental Porto is located in the centre of Porto, in the historic heart of the city.
Discover Aveiro and Coimbra
Venture south of Porto, travelling along the coast to the enchanting town of Aveiro. Here you'll admire the picturesque canals before continuing south to Coimbra, the charming, medieval capital of Portugal and an ancient university town.
Porto's traditions - a foodie walking tour
Discover Porto's delicious specialities as you explore this beautiful city. Visit bakeries, markets and cafes with your private guide, sampling local favourites on the way.
Tour of Taylor's Port Cellar
Considered by most wine authorities to hold the title of greatest port shippers in the world, Taylor's Winery is the ideal place to visit if you have an interest in wine. Learn about the history of Port and of course the process, from picking to bottling.
Walking tour of Porto
Soak up the culture and vibrant atmosphere of Porto as you explore the city on foot with your private guide. Wind your way through Porto's historical centre to admire its picturesque architecture and get under the skin of the city.