Citânia de Briteiros

Guimarães
Description

The archaeological ruins of Citânia de Briteiros are a national monument and  singular proof of the existence of an important early pre-Roman settlement in the north-east of Portugal belonging to type referred to as  “castros” (fortified hill towns). The archaeological finds discovered in these excavations are displayed in the Martins Sarmento Archaeological Museum in Guimarães.

Opening times: 9.30 a.m -06.00 p.m.




Location: Guimarães
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