The name of the region of which Bragança is the capital belies its nature, being that Tras-os-Montes, quite literally 'behind the mountains', is easily the most remote part of mainland Portugal, if not western Europe. Here,...
Museum located within the keep of Bragança castle. Exhibits include medieval armour, 20th century guns and even art from the colonies
13th century citadel surrounded by 15 towers. In the centre is the 33 metre high keep, the Torre de Menagem
Small whitewashed 18th century church located within the walls of Braganca castle. Best known for its vivid depiction of the Assumption on its barrel-shaped ceiling
Classified as a national monument, nobody is quite sure what this unusual 12th century building was for! Built in a Romanesque style the building forms an irregular pentagon with a subterranean vaulted cistern