Porta Azul, in the center of Porto, easy to reach

This exclusive Guest House is located in front of the Cristal Palace garden, and also in front of the Super Bock Arena – Rosa Mota Pavilion,, in the center of Porto, just minutes from downtown Porto, Boavista and the river. Public transport departs from stops located 50 m from the house. The historic centre is around 500 m away and is easily reached by a pleasant walk. A selection of shopping venues, restaurants, bars and nightclubs are to be found in the immediate vicinity of the hotel.
There are inviting walks, either along the waterfront, or circular walks signaled about 50 m from the house. The house is located in the epicenter of the city. The nearest airport is approximately 11 km from the hotel.


The Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport is located in an important industrial and commercial area of the Country, 11 km from the city of Porto.
Lines 601, 602 and 604 of the STCP, provide the connection between the Porto Airport and several points of the city of Porto.
If you choose to use the subway, you can leave by Carolina Michaellis station or Casa da Musica

The career number 120, Transports Resende, connects Porto Airport, Santa Cruz (Church), Leça (Church), Matosinhos (Market), Guifões (Church) and Custóias.

If you prefer a more comfortable transport, you can always choose the Taxi. If you choose to travel by car, you will have four parks available at Sá Carneiro Airport.


It is possible to reach Porto by train from many of the the main cities of Portugal, and there is a forroviária connection with the city of Vigo, in Galicia, Spain, which ends in this city.

There are two main railway stations: Campanhã, which serves as hub for connections with the rest of the country, and S. Bento, located in the historical center of the city and a monument by itself. Both are connected to the metro network.


GPS coordinates:

Coming from the north, take the IP1 or A3, from the border with Tui (Pontevedra).

Coming from the centre of the Iberian Peninsula, from Spain, you should enter through the Salamanca border, where you would connect with the E80, to Guarda, in the Alentejo. You should take the A25 to Aveiro, where you turn off onto the A1, which will then take you to Porto.

If you come from the south of Portugal, you can take the A1, from Lisbon Straight to Porto.

To get to Lisbon you can come by the A2 or the IP1, which starts in the Algarve, in Albufeira.

Monuments to visit:

The Monuments of Porto.

We recommend a visit to the following monuments of Invicta:

  • Cathedral of the Cathedral
  • Tower of the Clergy
  • São Bento Station
  • Bolsa Palace

Museums to visit:

The City Museums.

Take a tour and visit the following classic museums of Porto:

  • Romantic Museum
  • Soares do Reis Museum
  • Porto
  • Electric Car Museum

Today's Port:

The Modern City.

Porto has lots of new things to explore. We recommend:

  • Music House
  • Serralves Museum
  • Sea Life

A house of sharing.

We want those who visit us to feel, at the very least, that they are at home away from home.