Castelo Branco, Portugal, (pronounced kah-SHTEL-oh BRAHN-co) consistently ranks as one of the best Portuguese cities to live in because of its culture, leisure, security and employment.
Close to beautiful mountains, rivers and countryside, the community is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, horse riding, fishing, hunting and mountain biking.
In restaurants, you can find delicacies such as “maranhos,” a type of fat sausage made from lamb stomach and filled with rice, mint and lamb.
Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and is the closest metropolitan area, just a short two-hour drive away.
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