Quinta d'Arroteia

Address: Rua da Arroteia 3680, Viseu, Beiras, 3515-301, Portugal | Inn
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This inn is located on Rua da Arroteia 3680, Viseu.
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        • Swimming pool


        • Free parking

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        Travel Blogs from Viseu

        Portugal Day 6

        A travel blog entry by colev0505 on Aug 20, 2015


        ... with almonds. After that we went to the beach again to play. We played the same activities as we did in the morning. Then, it was night and we went to the grocery store to get food. At the grocery store we got cookies, milk, yellow plums, red plums and melon. After that we went to Torreia to watch the sunset. Dad and I took pictures of the sunset and me. Finally we went home watch soccer on the T.V and I went to bed. That's what I did on the 6th day in ...


        A travel blog entry by buckgw on May 19, 2015

        14 photos

        ... with pine trees. Odd mix. Speaking of timber, I am amazed at the things here that are made of cork...shoes, handbags, watch straps, hats, ugg boots...I guess they know that corks for bottles are disappearing.

        So today we went to Coimbra - a strong university town with some history. The Uni is over 750 years old and has an amazing library, luckily I took a couple of photos before I realized that none were allowed. It was also interesting to see ...

        Family meets family in Santa Maria da Feira

        A travel blog entry by curtcarlson on Jan 06, 2014

        3 comments, 144 photos

        ... highway that bisects Portugal and connects to Salamanca in Spain, a step into Cambra de Baixo is a step way back in time. This beautiful village is the stuff of Hollywood sets, so perfect is its preservation of old, living Portugal. Winding, narrow, cobblestone streets among ancient homes and farm buildings--small fields of grains and all manner of produce, cultivated mostly by hand. Portuguese grandmothers in traditional black dress and head covering, pushing wheelbarrows ...

        Day 4- Evora, Castelo de Vide, Belmonte and Viseu

        A travel blog entry by awilde on Jul 19, 2012

        3 photos

        ... past as we drove to Castelo de Vide. We saw quaint little house in small, roadside villages, lush green pastures, grazing cattle, sheep and pigs, fruit orchards and thousands of towering trees before finally arriving at our destination. Oh, how I loved exploring the picturesque town of Castelo de Vide, with its Jewish Quarter filled with old, whitewashed buildings, and the modern part crammed with shops, houses, cafes, and family run ...

        UK - Spain - Portugal

        A travel blog entry by ants on Jun 16, 2007

        3 photos

        Hi all, Well, we were back in London for 2 nights after the Middles East and off we go on Van Tour. Sunday morning we took off to catch the ferry from Dover to Calais with fellow antipodeans Suzy & Astro, and Kim & Mads. Ferry crossing was a doddle, no problems. Cruised through to Rouen where we camped next to the river Seine that runs through the middle of town. The next day we traveled to Normandy and the D-Day landing beaches, the ...