Traditional Silverware Museum is situated on the side street that goes from Republic Square to Cathedral. Although the outside of the building as a museum may go unnoticed, it is more like a jewelry setting, but it is worth stopping in it to see the jewelry (necklaces, earrings, pendants , etc.), and other pieces of religious jewelry as chalices, crosses ... There are also other objects made by Portuguese filigree technique (considered the best in the world). The exhibition also includes the instruments with which these parts are made, and explains the process of manufacturing. Admission is free.