Casa da Prelada - D. Francisco de Noronha e Menezes

  • Accessible for people with impairments: Physical
  • Wireless internet access: Yes
  • Languages: Portuguese, English
  • Situated in the parish of Ramalde, the Casa da Prelada and the garden surroundings, where one of the biggest labyrinths of Iberian Peninsula is, are integral part of the biggest landscape conjunct planned by the Italian architect Nicolau Nasoni - the Quinta da Prelada. Until the beginnings of the 20th century, the Casa and Quinta da Prelada belonged to the Noronha and Menezes family. In 1903, the last owner, D. Francisco Noronha Menzes, donated the property to the Misericórdia do Porto. After having undergone extensive refurbishment, the Casa is nowadays a cultural space.
  • GPS: 41.1699088, -8.6308545
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  • Bus: STCP - 206, STCP - 209
  • Price: Free
  • Recommended for: Couples, Young people, Families, Seniors


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