Bragança Things to Do

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Most Viewed Things to Do in Bragança

  • 1. Citadel

    Inside Bragança's citadel there's an old Romanic church, called S. Maria, that was rebuilt in the 18th century with baroque details that became predominant in its look. There's an...

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  • 2. The Castle

    Built originally by king Dinis, in the beginning of the 14th century, this large castle has a long history, until becoming today a tourist attraction, with its...

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  • 3. Domus Municipalis

    This strange building from the 12th century, almost in perfect condition (the roof was rebuilt in the last century, and I'm not too sure about the way it...

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  • 4. Domus Municipality

    A XV century building that was a water reservoir and as well it is believed was used as city council. This pentagonal building is still somewhat of a mystery...

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  • 5. Bragança Castle

    XIII century castle. One of the towers is the princess tower, where an old princess used to live. It is said she fall in love by a poor man of a nearby village....

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  • 6. Rio de Onor

    Nice small village in the border with Spain. It is a community village next to a Spanish village and together they created a very characteristic spirit of union...

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  • 7. Montesinho

    It is a nice small sheist village lost in the mountains of the natural park. There is a church and some nice houses and some places where to buy local...

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  • 8. Porca da Vila (pillory)

    Situated on the green area of the castle, overlooking the city, there's the six metre tall pillory, which is one of the most antique in the country.The pillory,...

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  • 9. Walls and towers

    The medieval castle's wall comprises 15 towers, amongst which two of them stand out: the Princess and the Menagem towers.. Princess Tower: it is considered an...

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  • 10. Santa Maria Church

    By Domus Municipalis is situated the church, named Santa Maria but also referred to as Nossa Senhora do Sardão (name of the hill where the citadel is situated)....

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  • 11. Domus Municipalis

    The Domus Municipalis is an ex-libris amongst the city's monuments, being the most visited: it represents one of a kind in Portugal (and also neighbour Spain)...

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  • 12. The citadel

    The main must see in Bragança is no doubt the citadel area. Situated on top of a hill - named Nossa Senhora do Sardão -, overlooking the city centre, it is...

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  • 13. viewpoint from below the pousada

    there a stopping area just below the Pousada which you can walk down to the paved walkway and look over the houses beside the river below and up to the castle...

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  • 14. look over the castle from the pousada viewpoints

    Breakfast didnt open until 830 am at the youth hostel so we drove up to the recommended viewing spots above the Pousada up Estrada de Turismo, where we'd been...

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  • 15. Great View of Rio Fervença

    I accidentally found this beautiful riverside park along Rio Fervença when I was walking around the downtown on the day of my arrival. Only a few blocks away...

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  • 16. Walking inside the Citadel

    This is probably the best way to enjoy Bragança. You will be amazed several times in the Citadel, for how well the castle is preserved, how some people still...

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  • 17. The Castle

    The old Braganza Castle is nowadays a Military Museum, where you can see old guns, arms... from medieval times to WW1. The entrance is 1,5? and is located in...

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  • 18. The citadel

    On top of a hill you have the city's citadel with a castle now turned intoa museum, some houses (inhabited) and a little church. Entrance to the citadel is free...

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  • 19. Citadela

    The beautiful citadela is a quite large area where inside you can find the castle, some churches and the old quarters of the city of Bragança.

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  • 20. Santa Maria Church

    A beautiful XVI century church with a barroque portic. The interior has a beautiful painting cealing.

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  • 21. Cathedral Sé

    Beautiful church in the city centre that used to be a priests school and dates back to the XVI century.

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  • 22. Explore the castle

    From the set of the walls that compose the fortress with 15 towers, you take a special attention to the princess’s tower, according to tradition the prison...

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