Hotelet në Braga

Set in the north of Portugal, the country's oldest city of worship, it is the perfect place for a getaway. Famous for its beauty and rich heritage, it is home to a cultural wealth with numerous monuments, churches, and parks worth visiting.

Sanctuary of historic splendour

Discovering Braga means taking a journey in time, travelling to different eras. The old town is a great place to start getting to know it. It hosts the oldest cathedral in Portugal, dating back to the 11th century, and the Arco da Porta Nova, built in the 18th century. Braga is made up of a maze of pedestrian streets with old palatial houses featuring brightly coloured baroque and neoclassical facades. But it is also modern and vibrant, its historic soul blending with the young and lively atmosphere of the city's streets, squares, and markets.

Hotelet tona në Braga

a bed with a wood headboard and a lamp
a courtyard with trees and plants
a bathroom with a wood partition
a pool with umbrellas and chairs in a backyard
  • Spa
  • Palestër
  • Dhoma takimesh
a bridge over a river with a building in the background
a restaurant with tables and chairs
a pool with a table and chairs
a room with a bed and a table and chairs
  • Spa
  • Palestër 24 orëshe
  • Pishinë e jashtme
a stone castle with a garden
a group of people walking on a street
a street with buildings and a stone arch
a stone archway in a street with buildings and people walking with Arco da Porta Nova in the background
The currency used is the euro. You can exchange foreign currency at banks and withdraw cash with a credit card at ATMs.
The official language is Portuguese. Many of the locals understand Spanish given the similarities between the two languages.
Some public areas and parks have free Wi-Fi.
Winters are cold and rainy, and summers are sunny. The average temperature in winter is 9⁰C and in summer 21⁰C.

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