Restaurante Zé Neto
Arco de Almedina
Long a Moorish stronghold and for a century the seat of Portugal's kings, Coimbra's upper town rises quickly and picturesquely from the...
Núcleo da Cidade Muralhada/Torre de Almedina
Housed in the medieval tower directly above the Arco de Almedina, this historical museum displays a plaster reproduction of Coimbra’s...
Museu da Cidade Edifício Chiado
This sunlit confection of rippling, coiling iron opened in 1910 as Coimbra’s largest commercial emporium. It now houses a gallery with...
Fado ao Centro
At the bottom of the old town, this friendly fado centre makes a good place to introduce yourself to the genre. There's a performance...
Adega Paço dos Condes
Usually crowded with students and Coimbra locals, this straightforward family-run grill is one of the city’s best budget eateries. It's...
Restaurante Zé Neto information
Lonely Planet review
This marvellous family-run place specialises in homemade Portuguese standards, including cabrito (kid). Come in the late morning and you'll catch the elderly owner – a fixture here since 1952 – tapping out the menu on a typewriter of similar vintage.