The Estádio Cidade de Coimbra was born of the remodeling of the Estadio Municipal de Coimbra. The previous 15 thousand seats were 30 thousand in the new stadium. This refurbishment, by António Monteiro, U-shaped countertops are open about the hillside to the North of the city. Beyond the turf field designed for football matches and rugby, has a lead officer of athletics, two heating rooms, two gyms, classrooms for combat sports and an athletics track inside. This space is also prepared to host various events.
Located at the former Colégio da Sapiência, this museum opened its doors in 2000. Here you may enjoy a place equipped with show-window destined to shelter temporary exhibitions and a room where works of art belonging to the house collection are kept. You may also visit the chapel and a turret which offers a beautiful panoramic view over the city.
A belvedere filled with commemorative plaques in marble with parts of poems by famous Portuguese authors who studied in Coimbra. There is also an area, named "Retiro dos Poetas" (Poets' Corner) with effigies of authors such as Eça de Queiroz, António Nobre and João de Deus. The belvedere has magnificent town views.
XVIII century work with a magnificent baroque portal standing out. The front’s simplicity opposes to the decorative abundance inside, where the ceilings painted by the Lisbon artists António Simões and Vicente Nunes are worthy of note, as a well as a huge painting portraying D. João V, by Domenico Duprá.
Este pátio histórico deve o seu nome ao conjunto de edifícios em redor, onde funcionou, desde 1566 e até à sua extinção, em 1821, o Tribunal do Santo Ofício. Integrava ainda o primitivo Colégio das Artes e atualmente alberga o Centro de Artes Visuais.
The Almedina arch was part of the medieval walls, going back to the XI century, as the Arabian toponym that means “the city” indicates. Nowadays it is the entrance to the ancient Coimbra, where you may observe a sculpture from the João de Ruão workshop.