Apartment for 2 people, modern, situated in the old town (downtown Coimbra), facing the Largo do Romal.
R / C, 1st floor, bedroom with double bed, kitchen with small appliances and refrigerator, electric heating, bathroom with shower, great finishes, with excellent views over the old town. Cable TV and WI FI Free
Situated at Largo do Romal 33, with 25 m2, 100 meters from the train station, bus and taxi, quiet place close to several sights within walking distance of the historic districts of Coimbra and the Convent of Santa Clara.
City of narrow streets, patios, stairways and medieval arches, Coimbra was cradle of birth of six kings of Portugal and of the First Dynasty, as well as the first university in the country and one of the oldest in Europe. In the twelfth century, Coimbra has had an urban structure, divided between the upper town, known as High or Almedina, where they lived aristocrats, clerics and later, students, and Low, trade, crafts and neighborhoods riverside. Since the mid-sixteenth century the history of the city begins to revolve around the history of the University of Coimbra, and only in the nineteenth century that the city starts to expand beyond its walled hull, which reaches even disappear with reforms carried out by the Marquis of Pombal in the late eighteenth century. These reforms will have a major impact primarily on the high city, where structures are created as the Botanic Gardens and some colleges of the University.