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Convento de Santo Antonio dos Capuchos

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Rua Dona Teresa 4810, Guimaraes 4800-074 Portugal
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Accompanied by our guides you will have a remarkable journey in the history of Portugal.<br>Visit Braga, a 2000 year old city and climb the iconic Bom Jesus do Monte Sanctuary.<br>Walk through the medieval city center of Guimarães, where Portugal was born.<br>An unforgettable family friendly tour.
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Dimitris L wrote a review Apr 2019
Sydney, Australia22,173 contributions60,916 helpful votes
Convento de Santo Antonio dos Capuchos is a nice place to visit. It's a 19th century construction which has been lovingly looked after. There are many objects the visitor can view and the staff are quite helpful. The sacristy is particularly beautiful. The outside of the building is well maintained and it's architecturally lovely. Worth a visit if you are nearby.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Sueheg15 wrote a review Jul 2015
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You can imagine the monks peacefully walking around this place carved out of the mountain. Lovely views and interesting areas and rooms. Cork was used for long benches. Very interesting. And outdoor stone tables and seats. This is a very cool place! I would love to visit again. Wear tennis shoes, there is some climbing around up and over boulders to get to different areas and rooms.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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