The second edition of the NGI Forum is kindly hosted by Municipality of Porto (Portugal) at Infante Hall (2nd floor), Alfandega Porto Congress Centre,
Alfandega Porto Congress Centre – Info
Infante Hall – 2nd floor
Rua Nova da Alfândega
Edifício da Alfândega
4050-430 Porto, Portugal
METRO DO PORTO is the company operating Metro and Bus services in Porto.
Metro and Buses fares: you should buy a ticket at a metro station which is valid for public buses and metro. Website: metrodoporto.pt
There is also a 1-4 days Card: use the public transport system to get around, and get over 170 discounts and benefits, including free access to 11 museums and a free visit to a port wine cellar. Website: visitporto.travel
The Porto metro has a station at the airport with trains into the city every 20 minutes for most of weekdays, otherwise every 30 minutes every day including Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. This is by far the cheapest and quickest way to get to the city. Single journey: 2.45 euro.
A taxi ride costs about 20 to 30 Euros from the airport to the city and you can pre-book or directly board a cab off the terminal where there are plenty of English-speaking taxi drivers and who are extremely helpful.