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Tiago
Tiago
January 23, 2020
Back when Coimbra was a frontier between Christianity and Islam, King Afonso Henriques established this Romanesque cathedral. It was built not long after his victory over the Moors at the Battle of Ourique in 1139, and unlike other churches of its day has kept a lot of its Romanesque character. …
Isabel
Isabel
January 4, 2020
The construction of the Old Cathedral began in the 12th century under the direction of Master Roberto, who was directing in the same period the works of the Cathedral of Lisbon. The Romanic church, built in yellow limestone, is located on a slope and is composed by three aisles, prominent transept…
Emma
Emma
April 30, 2016
Stunning example of 12c Romanesque architecture
Nuno
Nuno
January 4, 2019
Sé Velha, igreja do seculo XII na zona antiga da cidade. 12th century church, in the old part of town. 650m.
Paula
Paula
August 15, 2017
A Sé Velha de Coimbra, constitui um dos edifícios em estilo românico mais importantes do país. A sua construção começou em algum momento depois da Batalha de Ourique (1139), quando Afonso Henriques se declarou rei de Portugal e escolheu Coimbra como capital do reino. Coimbra (Aeminium da época…

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Establishment
“The oldest university in Portugal is a World Heritage Site, high on a hill in the middle of the city. It’s a big tourist draw and has hundreds of years of history to show off. You could scale the 180 steps in the 16th-century tower at the highest point of the university for an awesome perspective of the city. Also well worth your time is the Sala dos Capelos, the 17th-century ceremonial hall and you need to survey the magnificent ensemble on the Paço das Escolas courtyard. Unruly students were locked up at the students’ prison, and you’ll begin the whole experience by crossing the Iron Gate, which was once the entrance to Coimbra’s medieval citadel. (500 meters from this accommodation)”
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Theme Park
“Monasteries, libraries and churches aren’t necessarily for youngsters. So if you need some child-friendly inspiration in Coimbra try this park near the Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Nova. The attraction began in 1938 and was developed over the next 20 years. Across eight zones there are kid-sized scale models of Coimbra and Portugal’s most famous monuments, as well as landmarks in the country’s former colonies in Africa, South America and Southeast Asia. There’s a miniature train at the park, as well as a small museums for costume, furniture and the Portuguese Navy. (1.0k from this accommodation)”
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Monastery
“VISITAS: Horário de Inverno – de 2ª a 6ª feira: 9h00 – 18h45; domingos, sábados e feriados: 9h00 – 18h00 Horário de Verão – de 2ª a sábado: 8h30 – 19h00; domingos e feriados: 9h00 – 19h00 Para marcação de visitas guiadas ligue +351 239 441 674”
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Museum
“With a very atmospheric venue Coimbra’s episcopal palace, this fantastic Museum is named for the 18th and 19th-century sculptor, Joaquim Machado de Castro. The building was constructed in phases from medieval times onwards, and is found at the same site as Coimbra’s Roman forum. A vestige of this ancient history, the cryptoporticus (covered passageway) is preserved in the lower levels. The museum’s art has been curated from regional churches and other defunct religious institutions. You’ll browse the largest collection of sculpture in any Portuguese National Museum, as well as tapestries, ceramic altarpieces and a catalogue of paintings from the 15th to the 19th centuries. (600 meters from this accommodation)”
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Library
“This esteemed Baroque library is on the Paço das Escolas, where Portugal’s earliest kings once lived. It goes back to the 1720s and needs to be seen to be believed. The library is composed of three vast salons, bounded by monumental doorways. Each salon has tall lacquered and gilded shelves, and enormous study tables made with dark hardwood shipped over from Brazil. There are more than 250,000 volumes here, dating from the 1500s to the 1700s and dealing with history, geography, medicine, law and science. One of the curious things you’ll learn about the library is that it maintains a colony of bats bred to eat insects that would damage the books. (500 meters from this accommodation)”
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Coimbra, 3000-383
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