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4x4 Wine Tour in the Portuguese Vinho Verde Region including Regional Picnic
"The Quinta de Santa Cristina a secular family estate is part of the Demarcated Region of Vinho Verde (in the northwest of Portugal) one of the largest and oldest demarcated regions in the world and where is produced a wine with unique characteristics. It is located in Celorico de Basto 45 minutes away from Porto or from Braga by car enjoying good access. You can chose start your 4x4 wine tour in Pena Adventure Park (Ribeira de Pena)
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Salamanca Walking Tour
"Under the superstition of a whimsical frog countless illusions have gone through the streets of Salamanca the cradle of the oldest University in Spain. Salamanca an entertaining and cultured city tell us its history with the magnetism of a hilarious tale of love between reality and legendIn this tour we visit the main sightseeing places in the city including: University Area Bridge Ramos del Manzano
From EUR130.00
 
Salamanca Walking Tour
"Under the superstition of a whimsical frog countless illusions have gone through the streets of Salamanca the cradle of the oldest University in Spain. Salamanca an entertaining and cultured city tell us its history with the magnetism of a hilarious tale of love between reality and legendIn this tour we visit the main sightseeing places in the city including: University Area Bridge Ramos del Manzano
From EUR130.00

Most Viewed Things to Do in Bragança

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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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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 preserved walls and doors, a military...
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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 respects the original), is the ex-libris of...
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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 since it is quite different romanesque...
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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. She refused all proposals of marriage...
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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 and speak an unique language. The...
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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 handicraft such as the wonderfull chestnut...
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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, a symbol of the village's power and...
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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 enigmatic tower, as there is no knowledge...
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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). This church is of romanic origin but it...
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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) in what concerns civil romanic...
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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 amongst the best kept citadels in Portugal...
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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 for another aspectsome of these houses...
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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 the night before trying to find the youth...
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