(via Bragança travel guide: where to eat, sleep, and wander | GKM | GKM)
To look at Bragança’s citadel – its walled old town with a 15th-century castle keep and commanding views over the surrounding region – you’d imagine this a prosperous, pivotal place. This is true for centuries gone by, when the north of Portugal was the seat of kings and their extended family lived here. Bragança indeed was an important settlement up until the early 20th century, but now it finds itself far from the top of most Portugal itineraries.
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