Arco da Porta Nova
West of the old centre on Rua Dom Diogo de Sousa, this diminutive but elegant 18th-century ‘arch of the new gate’ once served as the...
Museu da Imagem
A minimalist, ancient and beautiful stone relic, outfitted tastefully with steel and wood stairs, shows off impeccably lit,...
With Brazilian beats, a lantern-lit front patio and excellent wines by the glass, Domus Vinum draws a stylish crowd. The Portuguese and...
Churrasqueira da Sé
If for some reason you’ve skipped breakfast and arrived in Braga after all the other restaurants have closed for their afternoon break,...
Lonely Planet review
A handsomely appointed dining room sets the stage for the top-notch cuisine at one of Braga’s best Portuguese restaurants. Grilled meats, bacalhau com nata (baked codfish) and an excellent cabrito assado (roasted kid) are particularly recommended.