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This palace is really worth visiting. You can see it in an hour or two, but if you want to go into detail you can easily spend an afternoon here, if not the whole day,
There are loads of tapestries ceramics and furniture all nicely...More
A the top end of the town you find your self walking up a hill and therein all its glory stands a castle with a red roof and just beyond that a small fort that sites next to the city walls. You can choose to...More
The Palace is definitely worth a visit, in combination with the adjacent castle. A combination ticket for both is only €6 for adults and free for children.
The palace was originally built in the 15th century and was reconstructed in the 20th century. It now...More
This palace is a must if you are visiting the town. Built in the XVth century, it has a deep historical significance although it was thoroughly renovated in the XXth century, so you don´t find here the romantic taste of ruins. The palace beside its...More
Quite an interesting collection of artifacts, from tapestries, artwork, woodwork, vases, weaponry, etc. The joke amongst our friends was that this was a display of what the ancient Portuguese "borrowed" from their overseas friends (and forgot to return them)!
Quite interesting collection and we had...More