Discover the best top things to do in Valenca, Portugal including Fortaleza de Valenca do Minho, Tui Cathedral, Tuitrans, Marco Miliario Romano, Elos da Montanha, Parque Natura Monte Aloia, Paseo Fluvial, Igreja de Santo Estevao, Ponte Internacional Tui-Valenca, Museo Do Bombeiro.
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4.5 based on 775 reviews
As far north of Portugal as you can go there is this beautiful place Valenca de Minho.
Unspoiled breathtaking views of the River Minho and of Spain as the river acts as the border with Spain.
The little town itself is build within two ancient walls (these walls are a must see) with lots of beautiful old buildings to view and many souvenirshops with typical Portuguese products.
The people are friendly and speak Portuguese and Spanish.
One of the many nice places in Northern Portugal. A must see!
4.5 based on 382 reviews
The Cathedral is amazing, and it's a very imponent building if you arrive at Tui from Portugal.
You can walk freely and even go on top of a defense tower that has a magnificient view.
The only issue I had was with the audio guide. Sometimes it was confusing and would explain things in one corner of the room and next thing the guide is talking about some thing on the oposite side.
Staff is really friendly.
Really worth the visit.
5 based on 62 reviews
Tuitrans is a company located in Tui, one of the main starting points of the Portuguese route. It was set up in 2011 to offer luggage transport to pilgrims and walkers. We work on a continual basis to offer a better professional and safe service to our clients.
We were stressed about arranging transport for packs and luggage on the Camino Portuguese. So glad I found Tuitrans. Their service is superb and the prices are very fair. I used Whatsapp to communicate with them and confirm pickup and dropoff every day. We walked...MoreThank you for your trust and excellent recommendation. Tuitrans team.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
After passing through the narrow gate of the first of two walls that enclose the small village of Valenca you will enter into this open space that is used by the military as a parade or training grounds. The Tourist Information office can also be found here.
5 based on 10 reviews
4.5 based on 76 reviews
This was highly recommended by the woman at the tourist office. I guess we are spoiled by national parks in the US, but this was really a small-scale park. The signage is terrible so finding the correct road to drive into the park itself was confusing. We did enjoy coming across some wild horses and enjoyed the views from the top. I guess if you want to hike for a day, it would be the ideal location, but for beautiful nature and grand sights/vistas, it was definitely less than we expected.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
I stumbled upon this while walking the Camino de Santiago. Not long after crossing from Valenca to Tui, the Camino passed by this riverfront path. Curious, I followed this and to my surprise, found myself on a lovely wooden boardwalk (and at times asphalt) trail that hugged the riverside. The views across the river to the Portuguese countryside were spectacular as were the views of Old Town Tui rising up on the adjacent hillside. There were plenty of benches to sit and rest, children's play areas/parks and shaded areas.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
We visited this church while doing a day tour out of Porto with "Living Tours". The interior is nice enough to recommend a brief visit. The wooden ceiling is beautiful.
4 based on 13 reviews
Nice museum, but the bar is next is a fraud: it has a sign that says that the wines cost 0.50 cents and were charged 3 euros for a wine and coffee. Coffee in Portugal usually costs between 0.70 and 0.90 cents of euro. When we asked the owner became very nervous and gave us a lot of very silly explanations. It's a scam for tourists .. :(
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