Dona Ines

Rua Abel Dias Urbano, 12, Coimbra, Beiras, 3000-001, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Coimbra

A Portugese Cambridge

A travel blog entry by pwhalen


... town, the river Mondego, fado. At the university, which originated in Lisbon in 1290 and was moved to Coimbra in 1537, (as you do), is the most astounding library of books. The library was purpose built, a stunning building in its own right, and books from the 1500's are there on their shelves. Within touching distance. Access and door opening is limited by staff to every 20 min, the atmosphere and humidity are controlled by the building ...

Agatha Christie's Oasis in the Forest

A travel blog entry by friesendm


... the Duke of Wellington here in 1810, with monks offering medical aid and comfort to the fallen on both sides. After the monarchy banned all Catholic orders in 1834, the forest reverted to royal rule, setting the stage, in 1907, for the completion of a palace here in the Manueline architectural style of Portugal's golden era of the 16th century. But the Portuguese monarchy was not long for this world. After the assassination of the king, and ...

Holy Mackerel, 7-Layered Petticoats, and Pastry!

A travel blog entry by friesendm


... middle lane, you should go about 150 to 160 km/hr. If you drive in the left lane, you should go about 190 km/hr.
2) When you come to a yellow light, don't worry about stopping. If fact, to us, yellow means to speed up. The important thing is to do what is expected by other drivers. If you slow down or come to a stop at a yellow, other drivers behind you will be speeding up for the light, and you might cause an accident.

Bottom line: When in Rome, do as ...

2 Monasteries in 1 day

A travel blog entry by stef5353


Leaving Lisbon our first stop is called Obidos about 90 kilometres to the north. It's a medieval town on a hilltop surrounded by a fortified wall. The houses are whitewashed, the streets are cobblestoned, winding and narrow. There seem to be more churches and chapels than houses and a lot of the laneways are decorated with bougainvileas to add lots of colour against the white walls. One church has been remodelled into a ...


A travel blog entry by larissajcroom


... library which bragged gorgeous book-lined hallways and a 1517 Manueline chapel but we decided it did not just if the 6euro admission charged on entry.

We prepared our picnic and set off on the bus to Conimbriga for the afternoon, the site of well preserved ruins of a Roman town, complete with the remains of a Forum, baths, housing and shops. The mosaic tiles patterns were beautiful and elaborate and despite not being a huge fan of museums, that on site housed ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Abel Dias Urbano, 12, Coimbra, is near Velha Universidade, Portugal dos Pequenitos, Museu de Conimbriga, and Quinta das Lagrimas.
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