Since Braga is such a religious centre, the Se or main cathederal is worth a visit. It is located in the middle of Braga's old town.
Initially built in the Romanesque
This 18th century church sits high atop a wooded hill that overlooks the city. There are a number of ways to get to the church. You can drive up the windy road or take a
The Benedictine monastery of São Martino in Tibães is, even today, one of the most impressive religious buildings in Portugal. When delegates of the Benedictine order met
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It's a celtic hill settlement. It's an impressive site, including the foundations of over 150 huts, a couple of which have been rebuilt to give a sense of their scale and
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