Mira Villas Aparthotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Aldeamento Mira Villas, Praia de Mira, Coimbra, Beiras, 3070-746, Portugal
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Repúblicas

by Berta_5

Is any "República" a possible way to live for a foreign student? or is it only available for local people? I'm going to Coimbra next September by an Erasmus and I'm looking places to live there. I read some information about this kind of studiants' accommodation and I'm really interested to know it more. They have some web page or way to contact?

Muito obrigada!

Re: Repúblicas

by SoulFisher

Most of the students in Coimbra are not from there, but from all over Portugal. That's why there are those student houses called "royal republics". Do not know if they have websites, but as soon as you're in Coimbra start to ask the students about spare beds or rooms in republicas. I think it won't be difficult to get accomodation there.

Re: Repúblicas

by solopes

You have the contacts of all the known republicas in:

http://www.regiaocentro.net/lugares/coimbra/universidade/republicas/index.html

Many students do also rent a room, alone or with some friends. It's common to have may advertising in the universities in September.
The students association - http://www.academica.pt/Default4.aspx?tabId=1865 is also a good place to search.

Both pages are only in Portuguese, but... with not start to learn right now?

Travel Tips for Coimbra

Portugal through a door hole

by agarcia

It is because of its imperfections why I love this country so much. Because not everything is new and shining; because its apparent ugliness does nothing but enhance its evident beauty. Coimbra is a remarkable example of this symbiosis between the old and the new. Just take a little time to look around you; Portugal is a country that rarely disappoints to those who know how to look at it.

beautifull Tiles or Azulejos

by salinhopt

All over the country you'll find wonderfull tiles, some of them very old. Coimbra is no exception, sou you'll find them all over the city. The tiles i show in my pictures belong to the XVIII century and are quite well preserved.

"Queima das Fitas" (burning of the ribbons)

by arasnosliw

The first Thursday of May marks the beginning of the University of Coimbra's "Queima das Fitas" (burning of the ribbons) celebration, and it lasts until the following Thursday. There's a variety of concerts, a ball, and a parade. Whoever wins the concerts sponsored by each faculty is awarded with a briefcase full of ribbons.
The students wear the traditional black suit, white shirt, and cape.
It is tradition to cut slits at the bottom of the finalists' capes and they must sew it up with the proper faculty color thread.

A similar ceremony exists for students graduating. These students burn narrow ribbons in chamber pots of the color corresponding to their faculty, and they exchange them for wider ones.

Packing List

by Ruthy2001

Hiking If you are visiting Coimbra in May you may need to bring a new liver or an economy size box of paracetemol...

The reason being that May is party time for the students of Coimbra, rather bizzarely for us it is just before exam time but basically the penultimate students organise huge parties.
There is a procession into town and all the various faculties decorate a van in the colours of their department. They then fill the van with as much alcohol as it can take and walk through the streets handing it out to by-standers...

Portugal for the Little Ones

by salinhopt

Conceived by Bissaya-Barreto and planned by Cassiano Branco, inaugurated in 1940 and concluded by the end of the decade of 50, this thematic park intended for children represents the cultural values of colonial Portugal.

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 Mira Villas Aparthotel

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Address: Aldeamento Mira Villas, Praia de Mira, Coimbra, Beiras, 3070-746, Portugal