Tryp Colina Do Castelo

Address: Rua da Piscina, Castelo Branco, Beiras, 6000-776, Portugal | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rua da Piscina, Castelo Branco, is near Geopark Naturtejo.
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    Travel Blogs from Castelo Branco

    The start of the journey home!

    A travel blog entry by the-gibbons on Oct 18, 2010

    10 photos

    Well it was bound to happen, Gibbon parents both have flu, Pete has a cough and cold therefore I woke up this morning feeling poorly:( Said our goodbyes and were off by 9am. 4 hour drive to Castelo Branco, had a walk around and took in as much as we could in the short time we had, quite a small town with an old and new part, castle (obviously) and …

    White Mountain Top Villages of the Alentejo Alto

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 11, 2015

    74 photos

    ... inconvenient (but pretty) nowadays but was important for defensive purposes through history up to about two centuries ago.

    Two of the supposedly nicest hill towns were not far off my route towards Elvas, so I thought I'd make a detour and check them out in the late afternoon and early evening. Castelo de Vide is the larger of the two towns and has a substantial church, hilltop castle, and village within the castle walls. ...

    Historic Hill Villages in Beira Baixa Province

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 11, 2015

    100 photos

    ... settlement during the Roman era. It’s located on the plain, though, and not as photogenic as the mountain towns.

    Monsanto is the real star of the area, though, a village on a mountain slope built around a field old massive boulders which extend all the way up to the top which is capped by the decaying walls of a fortified castle. Monsanto apparently gets very busy during summer ...

    THE AZORES: WARMING UP

    A travel blog entry by quaytravel on Jan 23, 2015

    Red-faced comedian Tom O'Connor is on the bill tonight. His show should round off what has been a pleasant day in the Azores, the first stop on our journey across the Atlantic. The weather has been dry and bright, much better than the last time we came here when rain and low cloud prevented us from seeing the crater lakes. ...

    Made of Granite Boulders

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 13, 2014

    45 photos

    ... out most the population. The survivors founded Idanha-a-Nova and left the old city buildings to goat herders and future generations. We enjoyed roaming around the ruins and ramparts. The village has a colorful past.


    Stony Monsanto

    We decided to spend the night in yet another castle village, Monsanto. The rooms we found through the booking.com app were few and high priced. LP recommends Casa do ...