The town of Castelo Branco was the cradle of some of Portugal's oldest traditions and it is a genuine open-air museum full of culture and good food with a view point that deserves a few minutes to take in the scenery.
This window over the town offers a blend of rural countryside and typical architecture, ancient monuments and medieval churches.
Castelo Branco is also known all over the world for its hand-embroidered blankets, the local cheese and for the wine and olive oil. Fancy coming for a visit?
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