The DSPT Day 2018 will take place at the Great Auditorium of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP). As all cosmopolitan and international cities, Porto offers many ways for you to quickly get to our venue. We suggest a few:
To Aeroporto Sá Carneiro, and then by car or subway (choose line E, with connection to line D at Trindade, direction “Hospital de São João”).
A1 highway (direction South to North) – Ash bridge: Take the “Porto – Paranhos” exit and follow the signs towards Hospital S. João.
A4 highway: Take the “Porto Centro” exit and follow the signs towards S. João Hospital.
A3 highway: Head towards S. João Hospital
A28 highway: Take the A4, direction “Vila Real – Porto Centro”; head towards S. João Hospital.
From Rodonorte/Rede Expressos/Tâmega station, head to Av. Aliados.
Then take the subway, direction “Hospital S. João” (line D) or
Take the bus: 204, 300, 301 and 803.
There are also other buses near Hospital S. João.
For more information, visit: www.stcp.pt
Choose line D (yellow) direction “Hospital de São João” and exit on “IPO”. After that, follow Rua Dr. Plácido da Costa on foot to FEUP (5 minutes).
For more information, visit: www.metrodoporto.pt
Arrival at Campanhã station – take lines A,B,C or E of the subway to Trindade and then change to line D, direction “Hospital de São João”.
Arrival at São Bento station – take the subway (line D), direction “Hospital de São João”.
For more information, visit: www.cp.pt
Located along the Douro river estuary in northern Portugal, Porto was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.
Its mild weather, its welcoming people and its ever surprising gastronomy are only some of the reasons to visit the birthplace of the famous Port wine.
Magical and romantic by night, picturesque and culture thriving by day, Porto has established itself as one of the most important tourist destinations in Europe. Besides its rich, century-old culture, which populates the city with important historical landmarks, it is also home to contemporary buildings signed by world renowned portuguese architects such as Siza Vieira and Souto Moura.
Besides its touristic attractions, Porto is home to modern facilities and state-of-the-art research institutions. One of the most prominent and interdisciplinary scientific platforms in the country is located in Porto: in Asprela, the combination of schools from the University of Porto, private schools, research institutions and hospitals creates an environment favourable to real breakthrough research and technological progress.