“Visit Bragança”, New Tourism and Attractions Website


“Visit Bragança” is an information-gathering website that allows visitors to make a package within a few days, including accommodation, gastronomy, cultural heritage, culture, walking and cycling routes, museums and activities. 


The chairman of the Chamber of Commerce said that the summer of Covid-19 proved to be an opportunity, especially for rural tourism, which is a sufficient capacity. 

The stay time of tourists has increased from “an average of one to two days to three to five days”. Some. Bragança, Hernâni Dias.

According to the Lusa News Agency, the president confirmed that the Bragança region has the ability to provide tourism diversity not only in summer but also throughout the year. Therefore, the city government decided to create a tool that allows tourists to use information to plan Their visit is based on four central themes: nature, gastronomy, culture and heritage. 


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