Things to do
Places to stay
08.03.2021 • 14.03.2021
Wild Côa Network
Located between Douro river and Malcata Mountain range, the Great Valley of Côa is an absolutely striking region with a truly rich natural, cultural and historical heritage. A group of local enterprises based in this territory created a new business network – Wild Côa Network – in order to put Côa Valley on the sustainable tourism agenda.
Digital Nomads - Casa de São Lourenço - Burel Panorama Hotel
The pandemic changed the world, completely, and the Tourism sector was no exception. With the outbreak of the pandemic, the watchword has become flexibility and the ways in which work itself is carried out have changed radically, where face-to-face work has been replaced by remote work.
Located at the city centre of Viseu, restaurant Aromático 54 seduces its visitors right at the entry! It has two magical terraces full of flowers and fruit trees, surrounded by a beautiful biological garden, where aromatic herbs are planted. Hence, the name of this restaurant.
Pateira do Carregal swing
Picture yourself swinging over an endless field of water lilies at the heart of the most peaceful natural setting. This is the swing of Pateira do Carregal, located in the surroundings of Aveiro (18 km away from the city centre). This area is particularly rich in terms of both fauna and flora.
Wooden paths of Fragas de São Simão
The wooden paths of Fragas de São Simão connect the Schist Village of Casal de São Simão to the river beach and the viewpoint of São Simão. These wooden paths cross the gorge of Ribeira de Alge river stream. A journey that will lead you across the most amazing landscapes full of contrasts.
Welcome Center of the Dão Wine Route
Housed in the distinguished manor house Solar do Vinho do Dão, a building that dates back to the 12th century, the Welcome Center of the Dão Wine Route was created to embrace wine tourism aficionados and to provide them a full wine-related experience, with the possibility of purchasing wine, seeing promotional videos or art exhibitions.
Companhia Portugueza do Chocolate
From Leiria to the world. Chocolate by the hands of the chocolatier Chef Daniel Gomes who created the world's most expensive bonbon, "Glorious".