The town that gave the country (and port wine) its very name, Porto is Portugal’s second-largest metropolis after Lisbon. Sometimes called Oporto, it’s an age-old city that has one foot firmly in the industrial present. The old town, centred at Ribeira, was built on the hills overlooking the Douro River, and today is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 14th-century São Francisco church is the main attraction, as are the local port wine cellars. There are thousands of charms and corners that are worth discovering in Porto.
The history, heritage, gastronomy and landscape are just a few reasons to embark on a memorable business trip. Apart from that, Porto has also leisure, fun and nightlife. It offers not only the opportunity of direct contact with the perfect combination of tradition and modernity but also the opportunity to enjoy that harmony by engaging in a series of very interesting activities. You can expect to be charmed by the monuments, the modern award-winning and internationally renowned architectural masterpieces, and indulge in excellent food, overlooking the ocean, the fabulous river between the hills, while at the same time enjoy the best Port, Douro and Minho wines.
Its the perfect scene to bring together our amazing family of members and some exciting guests.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in November!
Chengdu can be easily reached with frequent international and national connections into Chengdu International Airport (CTU). Direct International international airlines include KLM, Qatar Airways, Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines, Cathay Pacific, ANA, Air China and China Eastern.
Guests at Grand Hyatt Chengdu have the opportunity to explore fascinating Chunxi Road and Tai Koo Li. Chengdu’s renowned, world-class landmarks draw many travelers and include Mount Qingcheng, the Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuary, Wuhou Shrine, the Dufu Thatched Cottage and the Kuanzhai Alleys.
As the provincial capital, the city is also home to many exciting cultural festivals, including the Dujiangyan Water Releasing Festival, the Huanglongxi Fire Dragon Festival and the Lantern Festival. There are also many enjoyable facets of Chengdu’s rich culture, such as teahouses, theatre and mahjong. Chengdu tourism thrives on the city’s diverse history and unique set of traditions.
The difference between pick up and drop off is due an airport fee the must be paid for each pick up once the driver arrives to the airport. For car bookings : email@example.com
For bookings it will be very necessary to provide following information:
Name, airline, flight number, arrival date and time, name of passengers in order to confirm your reservation.
It is not recommended to take a taxi from the street as they will have different rates and may be more expensive.
All payments must be made directly to the driver with credit card or cash (USD or pesos).
Please note that upon completing customs you will be passing through a sliding crystal door where you will observe time-share counters on both sides. We do not recommend that you stop in this area. One should continue walking through to the next sliding door you will see Flap’s restaurant, after passing the restaurant you should keep walking through the second glass door which will lead you to the outside area, lastly you will go to your left where you will see the driver waiting with a “The St. Regis Punta Mita” sign board.
At the airport guest will be able to find a regular taxi. As soon as you arrive to the Puerto Vallarta airport your will go directly to pick up your luggage. You will pass the next sliding door where you will find some Taxi Stands from different companies. This stands are inside of the airport, not outside. The cost will be approximately $1400 pesos /70USD in car or $2,000 pesos/100USD in SUV.