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Church of Saint Bartolomew, Coimbra

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Where to stay in Coimbra

Indulge in the medieval splendor of Coimbra by booking a hotel in the city's historical hilltop and hillside central area, which is home to the majority of its hotels and guesthouses. By staying right in the middle of the Old Town, you'll have medieval monasteries, Renaissance homes, and Baroque halls right at your doorstep. You'll also be within walking distance of the city's famed university complex. Alternatively, try staying in one of the center's youth hostels, which offer shared rooms, lockers, breakfast, and a comfortable bed at a fraction of the cost of an upscale hotel. These accommodations also give you a good base from which you can experience the city's student-fueled nightlife. To get away from the mainstream tourist center a bit, opt for a hotel or bed and breakfast in the quieter residential neighborhoods east of the university.
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  • I visited this very old Church just as a service was about to start. Going back to medieval times, it was built without an organ, so a harmonium now provides the sound. Perhaps not the biggest or gran...  more »
  • This church sits at one end of the Praça do Comércio. Nothing breathtaking inside, but that seems a positive quality, contributing to the church's atmosphere of quiet meditation and spiritual repose. ...  more »
  • This is a rather old church (maybe 10th century) which was redone in Baroque style. The main feature is a painting depicting St Bartholomew's martyrdom, otherwise just a nice church.  more »