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Beja is located in the Alentejo Region of Portugal. As one of the main cities of the area, Beja forms its own municipality with the same name. The larger municipality of Beja is made out of the central city and out of other 18 smaller parishes, which are adjacent to the principal community. The population in Beja reaches approximately 21,660 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Beja

The Castle of Beja is a landmark of the city that you cannot miss. It was built in the 13th century, once with the walls of the city, under the ruling of King Diniz. The area was already a ruin of the former Roman castrum and that is why the King decided to use it as a foundation for the new construction. The castle is formed out of a granite and marble keep, which is also called Torre de Menagem, out of battlement walls and out of four square corner towers.

The Museum da Rainha D. Leonor is located in Beja and it caters to art passionates coming here on vacation. The regional museum was formed in the period 1927-1928 and it was based in the former convent of Our Lady of the Conception. The museum building is the one that catches the eye first, through the help of its beautiful Gothic architectural style. Inside, you can see collections of painting belonging to the Flemish school, as well as to Portuguese and Spanish artists.

The Visigothic Museum is a part of the past of Beja. Set in the Church of Santo Amaro, the museum offers a great perspective on the art and crafts of the Visigoths. The building of the museum is also one that attracts attention, due to the fact that it is a pre-Romanesque church.

The Square of Goncalo Mendes da Maia is located in front of the Beja Castle and it is named after a brave knight, who was killed in 1170 battle against the Moors. The square is the perfect place for promenades and for learning more about the city from one of its core locations.