A Maia pelos olhos de quem nos visita. Do Blogue Tripper partilhamos convosco a opinião conhecedora. Sugestões para dias de descoberta bem passados.
The proximity to the airport Sá Carneiro and Porto makes Maia a city of passersby (in the eyes of some) – passengers looking to rest during a one-day layover, visitors looking for hotels when Porto’s are fully booked, businessmen and businesswomen, sportsmen and sportswomen in town for a conference, an event, or a championship. I didn’t spend that much time at the hotel but, in three nights, yes, there was a constant in and out of guests.
I believe one way to counteract “over tourism” is to decentralize tourism and as a travel blogger and writer, there isn’t a better time to be part of the solution as right now.
No, Maia is not just a city where you stay when Porto is crowded.
No, Maia has a strong cultural identity that allows the city to stand as a destination on its own.