Explore the best places
Monuments in Braga
Rua Dom Gonçalo Pereira
Church with Mannerist, Baroque and neoclassical features, dating from the 17TH century. Consists of a single nave, with a side chapel and a chancel in axis. In the interior, especially the Mannerist and font to the Baroque altarpiece of the lateral Chapel national.
Largo de Maximinos
19TH century church where, inside, stands out the organ by Manuel de Sá Couto.
Rua da Igreja, 13
From the primitive church there are still a part of the cornice and some modillions. The original Romanic temple, suffered profound changes during the XVIII century.
Via da Falperra (EN 309)
Church in monte da Falperra, is a beautiful example of Rococo architecture. It is designed by the architect André Soares da Silva Braga, at the instigation of Archbishop d. Rodrigo de Moura Telles. The interior is coated with 18th century tiles ceramist Policarpo de Oliveira Fernandes.
Largo de São João do Souto
Church founded in the XII century, which does not present characteristics of the original draft, due to the works done in the XVI, XVIII and XIX centuries.
Largo de São Paulo
Church sent erect in 1589 by the society of Jesus under the purview of the Archbishop Dom Frei Bartholomew of the martyrs and of the cardinal-King of Portugal. The set of Baroque art produced during the reign of Dom Pedro II and Dom João V.
Rua Dom Diogo de Sousa
XVI century construction, renaissant style. On the doorway there’s a sculpture subordinated to the Visitation theme. Inside, the nave covering and the retable stand out.