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 …

    Group entry: Forts, wandering, and new friends

    A travel blog entry by mswood on Jul 03, 2015

    26 photos

    ... students tried the locally famous sardines.

    After dinner, we planned to have about 30-minutes of community building with the other schools. It turned out to be an hour and a half of fun and laughing with all three schools (37 students) while we TYWLS teachers led them in one of our Advisory games we learned at the November PD. Good times.

    Tomorrow we wake up early to get on the road again for our next ...

    Group entry: Bus rides, bones, and beaches

    A travel blog entry by mswood on Jul 03, 2015

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... to a burial ground she has visited on Wall Street in NYC. She said that the grounds were full of bones of people who were enslaved. They were supposed to be buried beyond the “wall”, but as the city grew, people began to move to the other side of the barrier for work and living space and found the bones.

    We saw several churches in the small town. The Church of Saint Mary is built in a Gothic and Roman style with extremely thick walls. The thick ...

    Marvelous Marvao

    A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on May 16, 2015

    12 photos

    ... in bloom, which is causing major allergy issues for both of us. Roses are everywhere! We passed many villages that had a castle on top of a hill and were surrounded by the homes of the former peasant workers. Homes throughout Portugal are white-washed to protect against the sun and heat. They have red tile roofs and have painted ochre or blue borders around the windows to keep out evil spirits. Olive groves and vineyards are ...

    White Mountain Top Villages of the Alentejo Alto

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 11, 2015

    74 photos

    ... village about 5 miles away from Castelo de Vide on a much higher hill. From below the village and castle look impossibly high, but a road winds its way up the backside of the hill, and as in so many towns in Portugal you can drive right through the gate in the town walls and park inside (to defend your car from nighttime raids?) I hadn’t planned to stay in Marvao, but I was so taken by its stunning location and views that I decided ...