Bragança City Guide
Situated in the far northeast of Portugal, Bragança is a city whose old castle still maintains a mediaeval urban core within its walls.
The town of Bragança, situated in the northeastern part of Portugal, was once under the protection of the House of Bragança, who governed Portugal from 1640 until the beginning of the 20th century. The town is located on a hilltop and is surrounded by a well-preserved fortified wall, making it the most well-maintained medieval town in Portugal. The wall overlooks the modern town from a height of 600 meters (1,968 feet) above sea level in the Serra da Nogueira region.
Sé Velha de Bragança
Centro de Arte Contemporânea Graça Morais
Museu do Abade de Baçal
Igreja de São Vicente (Bragança)
Castelo de Bragança
Igreja de Santa Maria (Bragança)
Domus Municipalis (Bragança)
Castro de Avelãs Monastery
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