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Price and Availability Index in Coimbra District
Holiday Letting Price Information in Coimbra
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Coimbra. Prices rise in August and reach an average of £71 a night (31/08 - 07/09), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. In February (16/02 - 23/02), prices will hit an average low of £61 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Coimbra
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Coimbra for the next twelve months. Be careful if you plan to go to Coimbra District in February, as it is the busiest week of the next 6 months (01/02 - 08/02). In contrast, only 10% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in May (04/05 - 11/05).
The Weather in Coimbra
Check out the climate diagram for Coimbra District. August is the warmest month of the year in Coimbra, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 26°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is July.
Stay in holiday lettings in the ancient university city of Coimbra
UNESCO Heritage, Portuguese specialities and ancient universities recommend holiday homes in the stunning city of Coimbra, Portugal. Positioned on the Mondego River, this historic city has been a home for royalty, and now your holiday home offers you the same delights.
Migas and more
Somewhere between a wine bar and a grocery shop, Fangas Mercearia and Bar offers tapas along with foodie delights like virgin olive oil and local delicacies. At the other end of the spectrum, A Portuguesa effervesces with fresh bairrada on the banks of the Mondego. It's the most spectacular spot to gorge yourself on sea bream.
At Adega Paco do Conde, you can feast on local specialities like migas, a mixture of greens, garlic, beans and breadcrumbs. Mains revolve around tuna, cod, sausages and pork. Consume these tasty treats in an elegant courtyard with lashings of atmosphere.
Wonder at World Heritage Sites
Founded in the 13th century, Coimbra's University is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ascend the tower for fantastic panoramic views over the city, and don't miss the Biblioteca Joanina Library where the shelves are adorned with gold carvings. The kings of Portugal lived in the square adjacent to the University.
At the Museo Nacional Machado de Castro, you can see medieval accounts of the town's history. A summer programme sees contemporary artists produce work relating to the permanent exhibition which embraces both 12th century sculpture and a jewellery collection spanning a century.
Explore ancient monasteries
Alfonso Henriques, Portugal's first King, is buried in the Mosteiro de Santa Cruz. It stands on the opposite bank of the river from the monastery of Santa Vlara-a-Velha, which is also centuries old.
Wander through the gardens of Choupal at the Quinta das Lagrimas. The Botanical Gardens are a verdant paradise, while the statues in Portugal dos Pequenitos park are some of the most revered of Portuguese monuments.
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