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Vila Vicosa Castle, Vila Vicosa

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  • On the outskirts of this small town, the runis are easily accessed, and free to visit. [The actual interior was closed on the day we visited - Monday]. I climbed to the ramparts [no rails on the stair...  more »
  • Museum of archaeology has some stoneage to medieval history artifacts that are very interesting. Great for kids.  more »
  • This is one of the most complete and updated Castles in Portugal. There is an actual moat and drawbridge entrance into the courtyard. some of the outside walls extend up 60 meters. The views and walkw...  more »
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  • Very interesting monument and laden with history. Hunting and Archaeology Museum inside its installations, not to be missed.
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  • You are accessible by car but then it is restricted and is only pedestrian. The castle is well taken care of and you can climb to the towers for a very romantic staircase. The views are unbeatable.
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  • The walls are still in great condition, and the sanctuary of the Patron Virgin of Portugal is magnificent. I love
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  • The castle is in a public park open at all times. It is in a somewhat abandoned, and is somewhat dangerous because it is not in good condition and has no protections. The cemetery and the Hunt Museum is inside the Castle.
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