Explore the best places

Monuments in Braga

Igreja Matriz de Palmeira

  • heritage

Rua da Igreja
4700-705, Braga

Braga

Igreja de São Vicente

  • heritage

Rua de São Vicente
4710-312, Braga

Braga

Built in the XVII century, this church guards the most ancient Christian monument in Braga: a stone at the sacristy claimed to be from the VII century, originally from a Visigothic Temple.

Início da Escadaria para o Bom Jesus

  • heritage

Estrada de São Pedro (EM 587)
4715-260, Bom Jesus

Braga

Long staircase dating from 1723-1837 which serves as Calvary to the church dedicated to Santa Cruz. Along the ascent, passing by some stations of Golgotha that lead to spiritual Church completed in 1811 by Cruz Amarante.

Igreja dos Terceiros de São Francisco

  • heritage

Largo São Francisco
4700-307, Braga

Braga

Church with an imposing baroque front and cross shaped fronton. Inside are worthy of notice the dome-shaped ceiling in stone and golden woodcarving and, on the main altar, the walls covered with glazed tiles.

Igreja Paroquial de São Victor

  • heritage

Rua de São Vítor
4710-439, Braga

Braga

It was rebuilt in the XVII, at the place where a Romanic temple used to be. It was the first church thought to be covered with baroque glazed tiles, being the richest building of this kind in Braga.

Sé de Braga

  • heritage

Rua Dom Paio Mendes
4700-424, Braga

Braga

This medieval temple suffered several changes through the centuries. The classification includes the tombs of the Conde Dom Henrique, Dona Teresa, the Infante Dom Afonso and the archbishops Dom Gonçalo Pereira and Dom Diogo de Sousa

Santuário do Bom Jesus do Monte

  • heritage

Monte do Bom Jesus
4715-056, Bom Jesus

Braga

This church was constructed under the orders of archbishop Dom Gaspar of Bragança in 1784 and it was ready in 1811. It is one of the first neoclassic buildings in Portugal and it was drawn by the architect Carlos Amarante.

Mosteiro de São Martinho de Tibães

  • heritage

Largo do Mosteiro de São Martinho de Tibães
4700-565, Convento

Braga

Ancient Benedictine monastery, whose present ensemble dates from the XVIII century. The monastery has four cloisters and the most important is decorated with azulejos and a granite fountain at the centre. The church has beautiful golden woodcarving works.

Casa da Avenida Central / Casa Rolão

  • heritage

Avenida Central, 118-124
4710-229, Braga

Braga

Its construction was ordered in the first half of the XVIII century, presenting a two floors’ front, rococo style.

Casa dos Crivos

  • heritage

Rua de São Marcos, 41
4700-328, Braga

Braga

This is an example of the urban and civil architecture characteristic of Braga in the XVI century. The doors and windows are covered with blinds, which represent the monastic tradition of the city.

1 2 3 ... 8 9 10 >