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Situated in the heart of Minho, Braga finds itself between mountains, forests, wide valleys and green fields.
Underlying Braga?s dynamism is the wide variety of cultural events mirrored almost everywhere in the city. From music, theater and dance, photography and cinema, there is a plethora of movements that have become authentic traditions. With a religious, festive and cultural agenda that is always FULL, Braga is a city that is constantly on the go! The Exhibition Center and the recently restored Theatro Circo, among other places, are privileged backgrounds for major events, with diversified programs for all ages and tastes.
Land of industrious and friendly people, traditions and history, Braga knows how to welcome its visitors!

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Lisbon is a historic capital, a potpourri with character and unique charm, where 800 years of diverse cultural influences are intertwined with modern trends and lifestyles, creating truly spectacular contrasts.

The constant presence of sunshine and the River Tagus landmarks transform this Portuguese capital into a mirror of colours which highlights the city?s beauty and unique architecture. Lisbon is an illuminated city.

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The city of Oporto, with its historic center qualified by UNESCO as World Heritage Site, is the second largest city in Portugal. Modernity and history come together in quiet harmony in this city. A boat trip along the Douro River, a visit to the Port wine cellars,  an exhibition at the Serralves Museum, a concert at the Casa da Música, or watching the sunset on the horizon of the Atlantic are some of the unique experiences the city has to offer.

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It is a charming medieval town in the central inland of the country with 68,000 inhabitants. Located halfway between Porto and Coimbra, it is located on a plateau between the Serra da Estrela and Serra do Caramulo, with fabulous views over its surroundings.
Visitors to Viseu immediately realize why it is called the Garden City (Cidade Jardim). In every corner, well-looked after and abundant flower gardens give the city a charm that its people know so well. Viseu is also listed among the major Portuguese cities, considered the best in terms of quality of life. Not only is it the culinary capital of the region, but also famous for its full-bodied Dão wines

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