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This is very close to the centre and worth visiting, no entrance fees but there are steps to climb which may be difficult for some. When we went inside, the service was going on and we could not take pictures.
I think many people forego Sameiro, in favour of Bom Jesus. Perhaps it isn't as spectacular but it's worth a visit nonetheless. It faces the same direction, west, so read my review on Bom Jesus for photography advice. If you catch a bus up, hang...More
This place has a nice view over the city and the surroundings. You can even see the sea when it's clear. I would recommend this if you want to see cathedrals and Roman Catholic history in Portugal of the XX Century.
This is located near bom Jesus, so you can visit both at the same time. There is free parking but if it’s busy it can be difficult to find a space to park.
The sanctuary is beautiful and you’ll have amazing views around
This temple is located near Bom Jesus in the same mountain, so it´s obvious that one would combine two visits. The location itself is wonderful too, with beautiful views, but I agree with other reviews that the temple more impressive than beautiful in my personal...More