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Póvoa de Varzim

Beautiful coastal city of contemporary feature and old neighborhoods, the city of Póvoa de Varzim enjoys a rich fishing kitchen and keeps old traditions. It is one of the few legal gambling areas in Portugal, and the Casino da Póvoa is a fascinating night marc to visit.

 

 

 

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With over 2000 years of history, Braga is located in the Northern Region and Cávado sub​​-region. It is a young  and traditional city , full of traditions and places to visit. Probably the main religious center of the country, is known for its baroque churches, splendid eighteenth-century houses, elaborated gardens and parks.
The fascinating history of Braga is visible in its monuments and churches. The most imposing church is the cathedral, which displays various styles, from Romanesque to the Baroque.

 

 

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Braga

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Guimarães

Magnificent Portuguese city of Braga District, North and Ave sub​​-region, Guimarães is one of the most historic cities in the country and the crable of the Portuguese nationality. Its historic center considered Cultural Heritage of Humanity, makes it definitely one of the biggest tourist centers in the region. Its streets and monuments exude history and enchant those who visit.

 

 

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City born along the Lima river, where we can observe the Renaissance, Manueline (typical Portuguese style), Baroque and Art Deco styles. In the urban highlights the historic center, which forms a rectangle bounded by the remains of ancient walls. Here alleys intersect with larger arteries facing the Lima river, and stand out from the old Gothic cathedral, which dates back to the fifteenth century, the Misericórdia (XVI century), the Chapel of Souls, and the building of the Old Town Hall in Republic Square (formerly Queen Square), with a granite fountain with a basin and double tank, built in 1559.
Outside the city center, in a dominant position on the hill of Santa Luzia, there is the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus or Santa Luzia, whose construction began in 1903, inspired by the Basilica of Sacre Coeur in Paris, which unfolds a sweeping view of the city, of Lima river estuary and of the sea.

 

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Viana do Castelo

 

 

 

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Porto

The city of Porto is known as the Invicta City. It is the city that gave its name to Portugal. Worldwide known for its wine, its bridges and ancient and contemporary architecture, its historical center, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO. As sights includes the Tower of Clerics, authored by Nasoni, and Serralves Foundation, a contemporary art museum. The Foz is another highly touristic area, considered by many the most beautiful area of ​​the city, where one can enjoy the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean coupled with a beautiful and romantic promenade. Also in evidence is the Bolhão Market, an architectural symbol of traditional commerce, where are the famous market saleswomen, characteristics of the city. The whole historic listed by UNESCO is one of the most visited tourist sites in the city of Porto, where you can find many points of commerce, parks and historic buildings, which are the source of the city like the Cathedral.

 

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