Where to stay in Bragança?

The A. Montesinho group, located in the village of Gimonde, is a great option if you are looking for a place to sleep in Bragança. 6 Houses, with different characteristics, but with a unique purpose: to give you moments of rest in contact with the beautiful nature of the Natural Park of Montesinho. House of […]

Where to stay in Bragança?

The A. Montesinho group, located in the village of Gimonde, is a great option if you are looking for a place to sleep in Bragança.

6 Houses, with different characteristics, but with a unique purpose: to give you moments of rest in contact with the beautiful nature of the Natural Park of Montesinho.

House of Mestra: This graceful rustic house was once the home of the teachers who were seconded to the region. Currently the house has been restored and the old masters no longer live here.

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Good regional cuisine- D.Roberto

(via TSF to the Bureau – TSF Radio News)

In the outskirts of Bragança, there is restaurant that the gifts of maintaining good regional cuisine, in rustic environment and with wide offer of products transmontanos.

Listen here to the report of the journalist of TSF, António Catarino.

Restaurant Dom Roberto

Gimonde (Bragança)
Phone: 273 302 510
www.amontesinho.pt
GPS: Longitude: -6.696764240916 Latitude: 41.802263949220

Source: TSF

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You are looking for a restaurant in Bragança?

Are you going to visit Bragança, and are you looking for a good restaurant for lunch or dinner?

Let yourself be surprised by Restaurante Típico D. Roberto.

Located just 5 km from Bragança in the village of Gimonde, this typical restaurant will surely surprise you with the richness and quality of the gastronomy of the region.

The menu is a true parade of typical dishes transmontanos.
Starting with the traditional entrances, with the beautiful Bísaro pork sausages, the traditional Gimonde bread, the cheese from the Trasmontano.
The soups are another of the strong dishes, such as the Casca or Casulas broth, the Migas das Alheiras and the traditional Sopa a Lavrador. In the meat dishes, the Bisco Pig is king, with the Bísaro pork trilogy, but there are many good options such as the traditional Posta a D. Roberto, the Boar or Partridge Rice, the partridge stewed and the Lamb Bragançano PDO. Finally the delicious desserts: Quince Ice Cream, Sweet Corn with Jams or Chestnut Pudding, is excellent choices.

Do not forget to visit D. Roberto on your next visit to the region of Transmontana.

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What to see in Bragança?

Bragança is the capital of the region of Trás-os-Montes, in the northeast of Portugal. This remote and mountainous region offers unique scenery, historic villages, natural landscapes and a rich gastronomy. Bragança is situated at the end of the Natural Park of Montesinho – one of the wildest forest areas in Europe, with a huge diversity of fauna and flora.

The inhabitants have a traditional way of life, especially in smaller cities and towns, such as Miranda do Douro, Mogadouro, Torre de Moncorvo and Freixo de Espada à Cinta. The daily life has not undergone many changes for centuries and these isolated villages have a very own rustic beauty. The region is especially beautiful in the spring when a white blanket of almond blossoms covers the valleys. The nearby Mirandela is known for its meats and alheiras, but you can find local specialties a bit throughout the region.

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