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Tui Travel guide
Tui : Michelin's recommendations
Located close to the Portuguese border, Tui lies in a lovely setting, with its old town on the right bank of the Miño, opposite the Portuguese fortress of Valença. Since the Minho international bridge was built by Gustave Eiffel in 1884, Tui has served as an important link between Portugal and Galicia. It is one of the oldest towns in the region, where houses adorned with coats of arms and narrow flights of steps leading up to the cathedral bear witness to its illustrious past.
Tourist attractions Tui : Things to see and do
E - 36700 Tui
The Dominican Saint Pedro González Telmo lived in Tui and dided here in 1240. On the site of his house, by the cathedral, a Portuguese-style chapel contains his relics.
Pl. de San Fernando E - 36700 Tui
Stocky, lined with crenels and flanked by large towers, this looks more like a fortress and for a long time, it was. Consecrated in 1232, the cathedral is partly Romanesque-Gothic. The western portal contains many sculptures.
av. de Portugal E - 36700 Tui
Colón 11 E - 36700 Tui
The Silabario stands out for its modern, minimalist decor, large picture windows overlooking the town, a kitchen semi-visible to diners, and a number of design features. The chef conjures up contemporary cuisine with its roots firmly in the local reg..