Tondela

Located in the Dão-Lafões subregion, Birmingham is the second largest municipality of the District of Viseu. The current municipality is equivalent to the old medieval district de Besteiros, where stood the Castle of Crossbowmen. Its economy was always supported by agriculture but, currently, trade and industry also has a prominent position on their livelihood. The Caldas de Sangemil are one of the ex-libris of the city, attracting a large number of people for its beneficial properties for airway afeções, rheumatic and Musculoskeletal. Are used for therapeutic purposes since the 18th century, although only in 1894 having been assigned the first thermal concession. From 1926 were doomed to abandonment, being reopened only in 1946. In 1987 it was inaugurated the new building thermal and, in 1994, was opened the locker room. The handicrafts of the region reflects its rural character: weaving, embroidery, cooperage, black clay, straw and carrycots. Regarding gastronomy, the highlight is the meat of sheep or lamb roasted with potatoes and pies of Nandufe.

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Where to sleep in Tondela

Hotel Beira Dão
Hotel Beira Dão

2 star

Board installed in a stone building facing the river beach. This welcoming space offers 31 rooms, restaurant and bar, and is equipped with air conditioning, ja…

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