Braga, a city in northwestern Portugal, features a myriad of churches, making it a hotbed for religious learning. It’s both one of the oldest Portuguese and Christian cities in the world. Inhabited since prehistoric times, it changed ownership several times since Roman occupation. Braga is a city under constant modernization, ranking as one of the ... Read more
fastest growing urban area in the EU. Bom Jesus do Monte and Geira Romana are two popular tourist attractions in Braga.
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Porto and the North of Portugal is best in the summertime (May to September) when it’s sunny and warm with highs in the upper 60s and 70s Fahrenheit (upper teens and 20s Celsius). Temperatures are most ... Read more
comfortable on the coast since sea breezes cool things down; however, venturing inland can get quite hot. Festivals also abound in the summer, which can book up hotels that have inflated their rates for summer visitors. This area gets cooler and rainier as the months roll on into winter with highs in the 50s and 60s Fahrenheit (teens Celsius). The rains continue through April. However, if you don’t mind the drizzle, a visit might be well worth it since you’ll score big savings on your hotel.

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