Get your family or your friends together and join us on the discovery of Braga and Guimarães!
UNIQ. will provide you with a comfortable vehicle, a Mercedes V250 7-seater, with all the necessary comforts, such as: Wifi, air conditioning, cold water, universal charger, and a driver who will be your personal assistant, a fully capable professional to make your experience unforgettable.
Apart from this, you can also complement your trip with other services and experiences such as a tour guide, professional photographer, babysitter, other types of drinks on board, technology equipment for entertainment, among other exclusive services.
Let yourself be guided by our suggestions and create special, one-of-a-kind memories to remember forever!
Braga, with over 2000 years of magnificent history greatly based on engaging religious roots, is considered one of the youngest European cities. So, when we visit Braga, we realize that it brings tradition and modernity together perfectly.
Guimarães is the oldest city in Minho and the first capital of Portugal. Known as the ‘Nation’s Cradle', its historic centre was classified as a World Heritage in 2001 by UNESCO.
Our suggestion takes us first to Braga. Here, your visit starts off in the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte, which boasts the oldest funicular railway in the world, seemingly endless staircases, as well as Baroque statues and fountains, all surrounded by incredible greenery and a beautiful view over the city of Braga.
Then on to Braga’s city centre, which is full of historical buildings such as the Braga Cathedral, the Torre de Menagem (fortified tower), the Biscaínhos Museum, the Palace of Raio, Arco Porta Nova (Arch of the New Gate) and the Santa Bárbara Gardens, among other places such as the countless terrace bars, coffee shops, and restaurants.
The second part of the day will be in Guimarães, where you can visit the city’s castle, which throughout its history served as a stage for several royal conflicts, and the Dukes’ Manor house, the cradle of the Royal Family of Bragança, which houses a collection of Decorative Arts dating back to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.