The Cultural House aCapella – Fado Center presents a daily show / serenade of Fado and Guitar Song of Coimbra. The show starts everyday at 21:30. Housed in a 14th century chapel, aCapella offers its guests a pleasant terrace, a bar, tapas service and free Wi-Fi. A Capella is located in the Jewish quarter of Coimbra
Acústica Suave is an audio guide rental company that operates in the whole country. The mobile spot can be found in Lisbon near Jerónimos Monastery in the bus park, right behind the taxis. From Tuesday to Sunday. In case you need to contact Acústica Suave on Mondays, please contact by e-mail or by mobile phone.
Every year in July the city of Águeda bursts with colour and joie de vivre! The Umbrella Sky Project became a worldwide success and the images of the beautiful colourful umbrellas have indeed crossed the world! This event will be held until July 24th, taking place at the square Praça 1º de Maio by the
The Alegre Hotel is a delightful, intimate boutique hotel nested in the exquisite woodlands of Luso spa and the Bussaco national forest, a wellness retreat in the center of Portugal.
The University of Coimbra, the uptown (“Alta”) and Sofia were classified by UNESCO as World Heritage sites. Coimbra becomes the 15th UNESCO World Heritage site in Portugal.
Alva Valley Hotel is located in the confluence of the Rivers Alva and Alvoco in the picturesque village of Ponte das Três Estradas, in Oliveira do Hospital, 1 hour away from Coimbra. This hotel has 15 rooms (10 Twin Alva Standard and 5 Twin Alva Superior), restaurant, bar, reception 24 hours, free Wi-Fi, available all around
The diva of Portuguese fado, Ana Moura, will throw a concert on November 4th at 22:00 in Convento de São Francisco in Coimbra. Who says that fado is a deeply melancholic song? Not all. Listen to the gorgeous Ana Moura and find out why!
Located between the Nabão River and the Serra de Sicó massifs, the town of Ansião has been occupied since pre-History and has memorial and heritage registries from Roman and Arab times.
Anthrop promotes dialogue between technology and traditional Portuguese knowledge and new ways of producing objects.