The Sea Life Porto will take you on a trip through rivers and oceans making you feel as fish in water, travelling through typical scenarios of Porto region.
Oceanarium with over 3000 fascinating creatures. In the SEA LIFE Porto, you can walk through the first underwater tunnel in the country.
Northern Portugal’s largest aquarium is right in Matosinhos just a few a hundred metres or so from the beach. There are 5,800 inhabitants here, from more than 100 species in over 30 tanks. The largest of these, “Reino do Neptuno” has an underwater tunnel you can walk through. The sharks are often…
Which sea creatures do you love the most? Magnificent Sharks, colourful Clownfish or perhaps inquisitive Sea Turtles? Does a clever Common Octopus grab your attention or do you prefer fascinating rays? Maybe you simply can’t decide! Here at SEA LIFE you can make up your mind and see them all - from…
“The Dragão Stadium is the home of the Porto Football Club. It was designed by architect Manuel Salgado and opened in 2003. The opportunity to replace the old Antas Stadium came up when Portugal hosted Euro 2004. The Dragão stadium hosted the UEFA European Championship opening match between the national teams of Portugal and Greece. The Dragão has a capacity for approximately 50,000 spectators and is home of the FC Porto Museum by BMG, a wide and technological space which shows the history of the club founded in 1893. In recent years, FC Porto won the UEFA Cup 2002/03, the Champions League of 2003/04, the 2004 Intercontinental Cup and the Europa League in 2010/11 in addition to several national titles.”
“World of Discoveries is must-visit point in the city. An Interactive Museum and Theme Park reconstructing the fantastic odyssey of Portuguese navigators, crossing oceans to discover the unknown world.”