competition Win an unforgettable city break for two people in Porto
Porto, with its delicious food and wines, rich architecture, and gorgeous weather is the ideal city break destination. With a flight time of two and a half hours, Porto is close by but also a world away…
Travel Department, Ireland’s leading group holiday specialist is giving a Sunday World reader and their guest the chance to win a 3-night tour to Porto on the 12th May.
One of Portugal’s most famous cities and a UNESCO World Heritage area, Porto has so much to offer over the three days.
Immerse yourself in Porto’s friendly atmosphere and dive into its history while visiting its historic centre, the Bolsa Palace, and the Douro riverfront.
Let the local experts, carefully chosen by Travel Department, guide you throughout this exceptional trip. Taste its delicious Port wine during a wine tasting in a local Port cellar and enjoy some free time to explore at your own pace.
Travelling with Travel Department means that flights and transfers, and your hotel accommodation with breakfast each day is all organised for you.
Travel Department is renowned for its expert guides and you will enjoy guided tours of the best that Porto has to offer.
HOW TO ENTER
To enter this exclusive competition for Sunday World readers, simply log onto traveldepartment.com/competition or click here and follow the instructions.
Competition closes on February 21, 2022.
Check out traveldepartment.com to see more of Travel Department’s 2022 tours and holidays.
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