Guided Tours in Coimbra
June and marked by another month of visits to different monuments and emblematic places of the city of Coimbra, in an initiative organized by the Coimbra Municipal Council.
Guided visits are carried out with a minimum of 10 people and a maximum of 30. The interested parties must make their registration, by phone or in person, the complete program:
Day 5 - 3:00 pm: Experiences in the Gardens - Jardim da Sereia
Guided visit to the Jardim da Sereia, one of the emblematic green spaces of Coimbra, also known as Santa Cruz Park, belonging to the former Quinta do Monteiro dos Cónegos Regrantes de Santo Agostinho.
Day 12 - 15h00: Coimbra - The Inquisition in Coimbra
Guided visit to spaces (exteriors) of the Courtyard of the Inquisition associated to the period in which this powerful Tribunal of the Faith was installed in Coimbra, relating it with its development in Portugal, from its foundation until its extinction.
Day 14 - 15h00: Coimbra itineraries - From Mermaid to Santa Cruz
Guided tour that includes the evolution of the city in the space that mediates the Jardim da Sereia and the Santa Cruz Monastery, linking it with the development of this religious house, from its foundation to the present day.
Day 19 - 3:00 pm: Treasures of a World Heritage City - From College to Court
The Municipality of Coimbra is associated to the celebrations of the Centenary of the Court of Relation realizing a set of guided visits to this architectural space, giving to know their origins, evolutions and current functions.
Day 21 - 15h00: Experiences in the Gardens - Lapa dos Esteios
Guided visit to Lapa dos Esteios, a natural balcony over the river Mondego, with a romantic typology, which is organized in small uneven levels that accompany the slope of the old Quinta das Canas and which transports us to the romantic imagery of spring celebrations made by academics, at the end of the 19th century.
Day 26 - 3:00 p.m.: Script Writers - Script 3
Guided visit to outdoor spaces associated with personalities who were born, lived, studied, or who are somehow connected to the city of Coimbra, also divulging their written work and the city they experienced.