Bears some resemblance to the Wall of the Macarena in Seville. It's nice just to walk around and I recommend visiting a ceramics store/ workshop from the fifteenth century where some of XII is set with medieval music and you can see the men in the shop working with the old tools. Very enjoyable.
The Citadel of Bragança and Vila is on the top of a hill over 700 meters above sea level, which has a view of the entire city. Its origins date back to the time of the founding of the city in1187 by Sancho I. It is a walled city with 15 towers and many gates in the heart of which stands the Castle, which now houses the Military Museum. In front of Castle include the Church of St. Mary, Pelourinho and Municipalis Domus (also a National Monument). The citadel is a small set of steep, cobbled streets, where, in addition to these historic buildings are buildings of 1 or 2 stories, where people live. In one of these buildings is installed Iberian Museu da and Costume Mask, an interesting museum dedicated to the celebration and carnival costumes typical of the region of Tras-Os-Montes. The whole environment of the citadel is surrounded by beautiful gardens.