Armishaws offers removals to the city of Braga in Northern Portugal. We have provided removals to and from this gorgeous city regularly for over three decades.
For removals to and from Braga.
We’ve helped many clients move to Portugal, and one of the most popular cities of choice amongst customers is Braga. The city really is breathtaking, and offers magnificent views and delicious food. It continues to be a great place to travel to or reside in, and it is clear to see why it is very popular, and beloved by locals. Whether you’ve never been to Braga before, or you’re a regular, you’ll have no problem settling in, as it’s easy to fall in love with all it has to offer! The culture is something quite unique, and the weather is enough to make you forget all about all your worries.
We can provide an extensive range of removal services for Braga direct from any location in the UK, as well as worldwide. Our expert knowledge makes us a forerunner for Portuguese removals, and we are very proud of all of our services. We can tailor packages to meet your every requirement, and we can collect from locations worldwide! So if you’re moving from Braga to the UK or elsewhere, or wanting to move to this spectacular Portuguese city, we can help!
We can provide removals services to all areas in Braga, Portugal
Since 1999, we’ve held the standard BSEN 12522. It is a standard aimed at the gain of the private individual in removals. We assess our staff, administration and procedures as often as we can, to check we continue to match, if not exceed our own standards.
Known under the Roman Empire as Bracara Augusta, Braga is the third largest city in Portugal, acting as a major hub for inland Northern Portugal. Human occupation of the city goes back thousands of years, having been documented by vestiges of structures which were first built during the Bronze age (around 1500 BC). The Romans began their conquest of the region in 136BC during the reign of Emperor Augustus. The municipality is divided into 37 civil parishes, and 22 urban civil parishes, and there is no formal city government. The major industries in the city are construction, metallurgy and mechanics, as well as software development and web design. Braga’s football team, Sporting Clube de Braga, formed in 1921 and play in the top division- their stadium is on a hill that overlooks the city. Braga is twinned with Rennes in France, Ivanovo in Russia and Bissorã in Guinea Bissau. The main airport for Braga is located 31 miles away in Porto, and access is available through the use of public transport (which takes roughly 45 minutes one way). High-speed rail connects other cities with Braga, and it is an affordable way to travel through the country. Braga has a humid, subtropical climate that’s similar to other cities in the northwest Iberian Peninsula, but its summers are warmer than other cities in Portugal, due to being further inland. Temperatures in summer can hit 45c, making it popular with tourists wanting to catch a tan. Some of the most popular places to visit when in Braga include the Bom Jesus do Monte- a religious retreat in hillside gardens, the Braga Cathedral- Cathedral with Gothic features, the Garden of Santa Barbara- a public garden at the palace of the Archbishop, and the Biscainhos Museum- a decorative arts museum and garden.
One of the most popular dishes in Braga is a Queijo Serra da Estrela steak. The main part of the dish is the Queijo Serra da Estrela cheese, which is called ‘King of Portuguese Cheese’ due to how loved it is and is made close-by to Braga. A dessert that’s highly-sort after in Portugal is Brigadeiro, an after-dinner sweet, that contains condensed milk, cocoa powder butter and chocolate sprinkles. Food is a big part of Portuguese culture and is just as important as the city’s history or architecture, so be prepared to immerse yourself and try as much of the local food as you can. Braga is one of the youngest cities in Europe and was the very first European Capital of Youth in 2016, and it is classed as a European City of Sports. The coat of arms for Braga is blue, with an image of Our Lady of Braga in the centre, holding a baby whilst wearing a crown. She is flanked by two silver towers, and three shields above her head. The flag contains blue and white triangles, with a crown and banner surrounding the coat of arms in the centre. Braga continues to be one of the most popular Portuguese destinations, and it is clear to see why. Its charming people, rich history, great food, beautiful views, breathtaking architecture and booming industries making it a great place for anyone to want to retire or relocate to, regardless of age or profession. So get in touch today to further discuss your Braga removals plans, and we can’t wait to work with you on your big move!