Braga, Minho capital!
Braga is characterized by the beauty and richness of its cultural and historical heritage, combined with the tradition and modernity of a vibrant city.
Among many historical buildings of religious nature, stands Bom Jesus Sanctuary with its monumental church, fabulous staircase and stunning views over the city; the oldest cathedral in Portugal Sé de Braga, Tibães Monastery, Sameiro Sanctuary, among many others of undoubted architectural and landscape beauty. The Roman legacy left several notes, being known with affection by its residents as Bracara Augusta.
Braga’s connection to motor sport is celebrated annually, with the famous and demanding international race of Rampa da Falperra.
Located in the center of Minho region, enjoys of exceptional gastronomy of meat and fish and traditional and conventual confectionery. The fantastic green wines, always fresh, are the perfect match for a diverse gastronomy.
Braga students community allied to prestigious universities such as University of Minho, Catholic University, colleges of reference and other Higher Institutes, makes Braga a vibrant city. Its entrepreneurial excellence is composed by last generation companies in diverse business ar
Braga has an excellent highway network. The Oporto connection is made through the A3 highway, in addition to Guimarães connection and Viana do Castelo costal area. Braga is a starting point for visiting to the beautiful Gerês and quick access to the Spanish Galicia. The train also links Oporto and Lisbon directly, among other destinations.
The hose architecture in Braga is characterized by historical buildings located in the central area of the city and buildings of modern and tasteful architecture surrounding the city center, both refurbished and built with the usual amenities of a cosmopolitan city that embraces the quality of life.