In its smooth flow northward, we make use of old roads that cross forests, farmland, villages, towns and historic cities. We trail through healing water channels and trace through medieval bridges. Roads enriched by the presence of chapels, churches, convents, bibs souls and cruises.
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Second largest city in Portugal, its historic center has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Oporto is also known by the grandeur, innovation and beauty of its bridges, dating from different periods and in different architectural styles.
The Ponte Luiz I, replacing the old Ponte Pênsil, and was designed by the engineer Theophilus Seyrig, the same who had already projected the Ponte Maria Pia.
Its most outstanding feature is the fact of having two boards. Currently on the top board crosses the yellow line of Metro do Porto, and the bottom is open to traffic.
The municipality of Barcelos received its charter from the king Afonso I of Portugal in 1140. The city is associated with the Rooster of Barcelos, which in turn constitutes one of the most distinctive symbols of Portugal.
They say a Galician pilgrim, who was doing the Camino de Santiago was in Barcelos, where he was unjustly accused of theft and sentenced to hang. Testifying before the judge, who was eating a roasted rooster, he said: "I am innocent, and as proof that cock will rise and sing". And at the time of execution, the cock crowed, proving the innocence of the pilgrim and saved from death
Rubiães is a Portuguese parish in the municipality of Paredes de Coura, a prelude to the arrival in the Galician border.
A roadside, in the former Roman road XIX Antonino itinerary and the Camino de Santiago from Braga, is the beautiful church of San Pedro de Rubiães, built in the s. XII..
The rural charm of Ponte de Lima, located in the heart of the green wine region, stands out among other things, besides its beautiful landscaped gardens, for its historical heritage monuments, and sculptures. Because, as stated in one of its signs, is considered the oldest villages of Portugal
Her nature of the border with Portugal became strategic and commercial. Convents and churches populated the fabric of this city that was considered one of the Galician capital.
It is the maximum artistic exponent of the city of Tui, located in the highest part of the city in a castro (Tude) on a hill. Its construction began in 1120 and was completed in 1180 in the style of Romanesque architecture. It had important reforms in the past, mainly in Gothic style as the main façade, dated about the year 1225.
The legend of Renaissance origin attributed to Teucer, one of the heroes of the Trojan War, the founding of the villa. Legend has it that came to this land after being rejected by his father Telamon and founded a settlement with the name of Helenes.
With the Chapel's scallop-shaped plan, it began building in 1778 and is one of the most symbolic and important buildings in the city of Pontevedra.
It is dedicated to the Virgin who, according to tradition, guided pilgrims from Bayonne to Santiago. The church houses the image of the Pilgrim who is patron of Pontevedra and the Portuguese Way.
The name of the Villa comes from a tradition that connects directly to Santiago. According to legend, when the stone boat Apostle arrived in the Galician coast, was tied to this stone, the pedrón, which automatically became a relic. The version of historians today identified with a Roman altar dedicated to Neptune.
One of the most touristic places of Padrón is, undoubtedly, the Museum of Rosalia de Castro, one of the great historical figures Galician House and, of course, of the town. It is an interesting visit if you want to delve into the character of one of the most emblematic buildings of the city.