Braga travel inspiration from those who have wandered before you. Discover the top places to stay, best food to eat, and must do sights to see while traveling to Braga. Here are my top recommended stops for traveling to and exploring Braga.
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On our Fall trip to Portugal, we visited the scenic lookout at the Sameiro Sanctuary for sunset. I wore this perfect for fall tonal outfit, with this A.L.C one shoulder statement blouse. Mixing white tones is very in season this fall, but also works wonderfully in travel photography.
Bleached White Skinny Military Pants
Dolce & Gabbana
Sicily Tile Print Cat Eye Sunglasses
Ancient Greek Sandals
Daphnae Silver Crisscross Leather Slides
Marissa One-Shoulder Floral-Print Silk Crepe Eggshell Top
Arado waterfall is the largest, and one of the most famous waterfalls in Peneda-Geres National Park (Parque Nacional Peneda-Gerês). Whether you’re going for a scenic drive, hike, taking photos or canyoneering, the Arado waterfall is a must-visit stop.
Cascata Tahiti waterfalls are accessible by car (thanks waze). Bring a picnic lunch and take a seat as you admire the beautiful surroundings. Plan to eat and drink because you will not want to leave this place. Note to be careful, it’s a little dangerous “risk of fatal falls” written everywhere so do not slip.
Follow the Seven Lagoons Trail on a hot summers day for a refreshing swim in spring fed waters. Thanks to instagram, this may have become one of the more popular things to do in Peneda Geres National Park. The trail starts at the Portela do Homem waterfall, and follows along the river bed through multiple […]
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