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Leixões Port is the largest seaport infrastructure in the North of Portugal with 5 km of quay, 60 ha of embankments and 120 ha of wet area.
Aveiro Port is a maritime port with several terminals for solid and liquid bulk and general cargo. It is also an important fishing port.
The port of Viana do Castelo is a commercial, industrial and fishing port. This port has also a Marina with two docks. The commercial port has an installed cargo capacity of 900,000 tons/year and has terminals for solid and liquid bulk, containers and general cargo.
Portal do Mar is a website where you can find information on maritime activities such as scuba diving, spear fishing, rowing, canoeing, racing, sailing, power boating, surfing and marinas.
ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal is a company responsible for the management of Lisbon, Porto, Algarve and Azores airports.
Brisa – Auto-Estradas de Portugal is one of the largest tolled motorway operators in the world and the largest transport infrastructure company in Portugal. Brisa is present in Brazil, Spain and the United States.
Metro do Porto is a public transport system with a capacity to transport 9,000 people per hour, with a 67 km network extension with 6 lines and 80 stations.
STCP – Serviço de Transportes Colectivos do Porto is a company responsible for the management of the bus network and 3 lines of electric trams in Porto Metropolitan area.
CP - Comboios de Portugal is responsible for the national and international passenger and cargo rail services. Over 130 million passengers travelled across Portugal in 2009.
The National Association of the Portuguese Municipalities (ANMP) is the authority that represents the Portuguese municipalities and parishes.
Turismo de Portugal, I.P. is the central public authority responsible for promotion, enhancement and sustainability of Tourism activities.