Palacio da Brejoeira, Moncao

(4.2/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
The Brejoeira Palace is a palace in Monção, Portugal.Tha Palace was constructed in the 18th century according to a project from the architect Carlos Amarante.It is classified by IPPAR. since 1910.The palace opened for the public in 2010.
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  • I've gone several times to the café to es´ta within the gardens of the Palace. The Palace itself I have not yet gone, I hope to go soon. Variety of coffees, teas, cakes... a pleasant atmosphere. Good, beautiful and affordable.
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  • Through the Palace for an afternoon and we made the visit. It's not something out of the ordinary but it was very interesting to visit the vineyards and the cellar where it matures today still the burning water. The guide was very friendly and accessible
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  • True that expectations were very high (the picture almost always exceeds reality), but with the exception of the building itself and a couple of rooms - Theatre, the library - the place doesn't offer much. Having seen pictures of other travelers in the past (as a bath time), I gather that they have reduced stays to visit, including the wing of the Palace where he lived until his death in 2015, at the age of 97, the owner of the House. Nevertheless highlights the fact that a guide perfectly speak Spanish, making another group with another guide who understood English. Enchanting guide revealed an interesting fact: in this Palace Salazar and Franco met in 1950 (the meeting is registered), both by signing a Pact of non-aggression.
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  • A smaller, not so well-maintained version of Downton Abbey, but still fun to visit. Great biscuits in the store.
  • Moi lovely place. I recommend tour. Or Hall of you e a place nice moi, gustoume decor
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  • Um máximo ;)
  • Visited and always as beautiful monument
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  • Historical and wine place. Inexpensive visit.
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