Porto is Portugal’s second largest city and the capital of the Northern region, and a busy industrial and commercial center. The city isn’t very populous (about 240,000 inhabitants), but the Porto metropolitan area has some 2…

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Porto is Portugal’s second largest city and the capital of the Northern region, and a busy industrial and commercial center. The city isn’t very populous (about 240,000 inhabitants), but the Porto metropolitan area has some 2 million inhabitants in a 50 km radius, with cities like Vila Nova de Gaia, Vila do Conde, Póvoa de Varzim and Espinho.

The city was built along the hills overlooking the Douro river estuary, and its historical center was awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO in 1996. It has been continuously inhabited since at least the 4th century, when the Romans referred to it as Portus Calle, which is the origin of the entire country’s name.

Porto, in addition to football, is the home to many athletic sports arenas, most notably the city-owned Pavilhão Rosa Mota, swimming pools in the area of Constituição (between the Marquês and Boavista), and other minor arenas, such as the Pavilhão do Académico.

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Day 1

Morning

Coach transfer from required location to Dublin Airport
Flight from Dublin to Porto

Afternoon

Arrival in Porto airport
Coach transfer to the accommodation
Check into accommodation in Porto

Evening

Visit to Local Attractions in Porto

Day 2

Morning

Breakfast in the Hotel/Hostel
Morning at leisure
Coach Transfer to the match

Afternoon

Match kick off

Evening

Night at Leisure in

Day 3

Morning

Breakfast
Hotel Check out

Afternoon

Free Time
Coach Transfer to the Airport

Evening

Departure from Porto
Arrival in Dublin airport
Travel to the school

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