Casa do Infante

Rua Alfândega 10, 4050-151 Oporto, Portugal

Located in the heart of Porto's UNESCO Heritage Site, Casa do Infante was the birthplace of Henry the Navigator, the man chiefly responsible for Portugal's age of exploration. Today the building is open to the public and has occasional temporary exhibitions.


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Originally built in 1325 as a customs house and residence for visiting royal officials, a mint was added in the 16th century. Henry the Navigator was born here in 1677 and it remained a customs house until the 19th century, when a new larger building was constructed on the riverside.

 

 

Nearby hotel accommodations

This event is not just for people in Portugal, with low cost airfares and reasonable hotel price, it’s an excellent opportunity all Western European BizTalk enthusiasts.

We can recommend:

  • Pestana Porto Hotel - Praça da Ribeira 1, 4050-513 Oporto
  • Carris Porto Ribeira - Rua do Infante D. Henrique, 1, 4050-296 Oporto