Prémio Visão 2017 | Champalimaud Foundation Vision Award

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A 11ª edição do Prémio António Champalimaud de Visão teve lugar no passado dia 5 de setembro. Este ano 2017 foi atribuído em conjunto à Sightsavers e à CBM, que trabalham no apoio à prevenção, tratamento e reabilitação da cegueira em países em vias de desenvolvimento. Mais uma vez, a IR Eventos teve o prazer de colaborar nesta cerimónia tão prestigiada.

11st Champalimaud Foundation Vision Award. This year the award was given to Sightsavers and CBM (Christian Blundness Mission), two institutions that work to prevent blindness all over the world. We are very proud to participate in this unique event, every year.

4th Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Course SPMFR

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A 4ªedição do Curso de Ecografia teve lugar no Hotel Roma, em Lisboa, nos dias 01 e 02 de setembro de 2017 e a IR Eventos teve o prazer de voltar a colaborar com a organização prestando a assistência no local, gestão dos serviços do evento e inscrições.

The 4th Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Course SPMFR took place in the 3-star Hotel Roma on September, 1-2, 2017. Our company had the pleasure to work with the Portuguese Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, providing on site assistance, registration and all the event services management.





Sobre nós | Client’s Feedback

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Quero mais uma vez agradecer todo o vosso apoio na sexta feira.
Os feedbacks que recebo continuam a ser muito positivos 
As actividades foram excelentes, a comida estava óptima e o staff era simpatiquíssimo. Muito obrigada e muitos parabéns pelo evento!
Once again I want to thank all of you for your support on Friday.
The feedbacks I receive remain very positive 
The activities were excellent, the food was great and the staff was very nice. Thank you and congratulations for the event!

Evento de Praia 2017 | Summer Corporate Event

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A Praia do Cavalo foi o destino escolhido pelo nosso cliente para celebrar os objetivos alcançados no ano passado. Sushi, passeio de catamaran, speed-boats foram alguns dos ingredientes de sucesso deste evento corporativo.

Another great corporate event, celebrating the goals achieved by the company last year. Great clients, great partners, great Summer day

Cerimónia de Inauguração | Coimbra Corporate Event

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No passado mês de Junho, colaborámos com a Olympus  na organização da Cerimónia de Inauguração do novo serviço de reparação de equipamentos médicos em Coimbra. Um dia completo de sucessos na cidade conhecida por ter “mais encanto na hora da despedida” 🙂

On June, we had the pleasure to work with Olympus Service Facility Portugal on the Opening Ceremony of the new MSD Repair Center Service in Coimbra. We were proud to welcome guests from diferente countries all over the world.

Upcoming Festivals and Public Holidays in Portugal 2017

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1:  New Year’s Day (closures)
6:  Epiphany (Dia de Reis; bands of carolers go from house to house)

28. Carnaval (a.k.a. Entrudo, particularly vibrant in Lisbon and Algarve towns, some closures for Shrove Tuesday

19:  St. Joseph’s Day (Dia de São José), Santarém

19:  Lisbon Half Marathon, road closures in Lisbon, contact us for registration super scenic race over the bridge

March or April:  Obidos International Chocolate Festival

7-8: Lisbon Fish & Flavors  (a.k.a. Peixe em Lisboa, gourmet seafood festival)
10–15:  Holy Week (Semana Santa, religious processions, especially in Obidos and Porto)
14–16:  Easter weekend (Good Friday through Easter Sunday; closures)
Late April:  Music Days in Belém (classical music marathon)
25:  Liberty Day (parades, fireworks; closures)

1:  May Day/Labor Day (closures)
3–14: Indie Lisbon International Film Festival
8–13:  Queima das Fitas, Coimbra (“burning of the ribbons”: graduation festivities)
13 – 17 Pope Francis visiting Fatima
11–28:  Festival de Sintra (classical music and opera)
13:  Major pilgrimage to Fatima  (Peregrinação de Fátima); 2017 marks the centennial of the Apparition of Our Lady

Throughout June:
Festas de Lisboa, Lisbon (series of festivals with celebrations peaking on St. Anthony’s Day)
10:  Portuguese National Day (Dia de Camões; closures)
Early June (1 week):National Agricultural Festival, Santarém (dancing, bullfights, bull-running)
Early June 8–10: Nos Primavera Sound, Porto (indie music festival)
12–13:  St. Anthony’s Day (Dia de Santo António), Lisbon (processions and dancing)
23–24:  St. John’s Day (Dia de São João), Porto (fireworks, dancing)
29:  St. Peter’s Day (Dia de São Pedro), Évora (dancing, processions)

Musical Festival season – NOS Alive,Superbock, Primavera NOS, Mares Vivas, etc

1-5:  SudOeste Festival, Zambujeira do Mar (four-day rock festival)
11-18 (1 week): Boom Festival,  Idanha-a-Nova (Burning Man-like arts festival)
15:  Assumption Day (religious festival; closures)
8:  Our Lady of Nazaré Festival (procession, concerts, folk dancing, bullfights, fairs)

All month of December Vila Natal,  Óbidos (Christmas lights, ice rink, performances)
8:  Feast of the Immaculate Conception (Imaculada Conceição, closures)
24:  Christmas Eve (Véspera de Natal, midnight mass then feast)
25:  Christmas Day (Natal, closures)
31:  New Year’s Eve (Noite de Ano Novo, fireworks, banging of pots and pans)

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Direct Flights from Porto

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Direct Flights from:





Eindhoven NL






La Rochelle
London GTW/ Luton


New York



Sao Paulo


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10 Reasons to make Porto your next destination

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10 Reasons to make Porto your next destination

1. The history
The city that  gives the name of the country dates back to the 4th century when, under the Roman occupation, it became an important commercial port, a status that has been maintained throughout the ages, when the city would start exporting port wine to England. But beyond all the guide books, the real history is discovered by wandering the streets. Porto is one of the oldest cities in Portugal and this is evident everywhere you go.
2. The architecture
From the old to the new there is much for you to learn and see about the vast and extremely interesting work of Portuguese architects. Our itinerary will provide an overview of rich architectural heritage of this city, and inspire you with its colourful houses and decorated with famous Portuguese azulejos (painted tiles).
3. The churches
Porto is home to many churches with an amazing facade and an even more beautiful interior.  There even is a church (turned into a museum now) with the interior made of gold, SÃO FRANCISCO CHURCH, Porto’s most Extraordinarily Lavish Church. Another one not to miss is the Cathedral SÉ de Porto a 12th-century fortress-cathedral where Prince Henry the Navigator was baptized and where King John I married the English Princess Philippa of Lancaster in the 14th century.
4. It’s affordable
Portugal is very much a country that offers value for money and Porto is no exception.
5. The viewpoints
In Porto every street could lead you to a viewpoint. Some are more hidden, some are easily found, like the famous Don Louis Bridge (Porto’s iconic bridge that was completed in 1876, designed by Gustave Eiffel before he built the famous Paris tower, and named after King Luis I’s wife, it held the world record for the largest span for seven years. It remained in service until 1991 but today it stands as a national monument – it has also been designated an “International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark” by the American Society of Civil Engineers) that offers some fantastic views over the Ribeira (the waterfront, an UNESCO World Heritage Site).
6. The Lello Book Store
Porto is home to one of the most beautiful bookstore in the world. Yes, the one that inspired JK Rowling while writing the Harry Potter novels.
7. The food and the port wine. But mostly the wine
This is where you will fall in love with the famous port wine, made with grapes from the Douro Valley vineyards and aged in the wine cellars in Gaia. When it comes to food, on every menu you will find the Francesinha, a dish that should come with health warnings A sandwich with bread, all kinds of meat mixed together (steak, sausage, bacon), covered with melted cheese, dipped in a sauce made with beer and served with french fries.
8. The coffee shops 
A must while visiting Porto is to enjoy a coffee and a cake at the Cafe Majestic, a classic European Art Nouveau cafe and city landmark.
9. The Atlantic
Take stroll by the sea and enjoy the ocean-front bars, cafes, clubs and restaurants in Foz, the most sophisticated district of Porto.
10. The Douro Valley 
The Douro valley, the wine Mecca of Portugal, is just a stone throw away. Visit the valley up river with boat, helicopter, train or car. The scenery is amazing and you will experience some of the most beautiful wineries overlooking the Douro River.

Visit Porto & Douro Valley, it’s a beautiful city full of charm and the river Douro is breathtakingly pretty!


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MYRIAD by SANA Hotels  – The Bold & the Beautiful on the Tagus Riverfront 

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With a unique location in the city of Lisbon, overlooking the Tagus River, the Myriad by SANA Hotels is an innovative and a one of a kind hotel. Learn more about MYRIAD here

176 rooms and 10 suites, with unparalleled views over the Tagus River and Parque das Nações, combined with a contemporary design and unique facilities, redefine the concept of luxury hotel. The interior public spaces are continued into the infinity of the horizond by the ever present views over the Tagus River. A restaurant with river view, bar, SPA and indoor swimming pool are just a part of what the Myriad has at your disposal.

For meetings and events, the Myriad has 3 meeting rooms and, connected to the hotel by a covered aerial bridge, a modern Conference and Event Centre with another 7 meeting rooms, 5 boardrooms, foyer and terrace, in a total of 1,690 m2.

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In action | Palácio Albatroz

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A semana começou à beira-mar, com um evento corporativo no Palácio Albatroz. Reunião, atividade e almoço foram divididos entre a zona nobre do antigo chalet, o reconhecido restaurante do Hotel Albatroz e a Praia da Duquesa- Cascais.


Palácio Albatroz/ Albatroz Palace was the chosen venue to host a corporate event. Meeting, lunch and activity had the overview of the “Praia da Duquesa”, one of the Estoril Coast Beaches.



Dia da Esperança – 2ª edição

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 O Instituto Português de Oncologia do Porto (IPO)  comemorou o “Dia da Esperança”, no passado dia 18 de março. Esta data  pretende reforçar a importância do papel dos ensaios clínicos no acesso à inovação terapêutica e também homenagear todos os doentes e profissionais de saúde envolvidos. Na segunda edição do evento, celebrou-se também os 10 anos da Unidade de Investigação Clínica deste hospital. O evento contou com o apoio da farmacêutica Roche e com apoio logísitico IR Eventos.


For the second time, we had the honour to work at IPO Porto – Portuguese Cancer Institution in Oporto event “Dia da Esperança”. The event took place in the Institution, on March, 18th.