Largo da Portagem, Coimbra

Largo da Portagem is located in Coimbra. Our Coimbra travel itinerary planner makes visiting Largo da Portagem and other Coimbra attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • August 1, 2017
    Historical place, beautiful architecture to your back and well preserved, the impression is of the centuries passed and just moved the people. Visit unforgettable.
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  • July 18, 2017
    A crossing point between the North and the South of Portugal through the bridge on the River Mondego. He had several different names, including Largo Prince Dom Carlos and Largo Miguel Bombarda. Took this name because it was used to collect taxes on goods passing through the city. There was this large a pillory.
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  • July 17, 2017
    Visiting Coimbra may be tiring, up and down, so this place is excellent for a coffee break in one of the multiple coffee shops where we may try some of the local/traditional sweets. While enjoying an ...  more »
  • The best meeting point we could have for our city tours!
  • There are so many little shops that really make that road special as well as restaurants along the river bank
  • Reference point in Coimbra. Very nice place to be alone or accompanied.
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  • Beautiful garden with many terraces
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  • Central point of the city of Coimbra.
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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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