Braga celebrates its patron saint in the most peculiar way. The city honours São João, the feasts come from pagan times, it’s time to celebrate the summer solstice, expect dancing, eating and drinking and fireworks and I mean lots!
Tip: there’s always the day after if you dislike insane popular gatherings, then the city will look even more peaceful, slowly awakening from the turmoil, walking along it will feel even more pleasurable, people will be nicer and early breakfast tastier!
Tip: There’s a lot more than some images on a video – it’s hard to focus when temptation comes in so many different ways, live it, you won’t forget it, ever!
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It’s been a while since I posted on LOST IN BRAGA. Today the weather changed dramatically, I think that influenced my decision of coming back here and post something. It’s been a lousy springtime and the summer is coming soon – I gave up this blog too soon, I think it can grow a bit more, anyhow this is the blog that connects me to the people and the places around me and that I love so much!
Check the weather in Braga at: http://www.accuweather.com/en/pt/braga/272363/current-weather/272363