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the pedestrian Rua Serpa Pinto


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The main shopping street of the old historical centre of P1270040Tomar is the pedestrian Rua Serpa Pinto and leads to the
Gothic Church of São João Baptista, on Praça da República.
It’s a beautiful street with in the background the castle of Tomar looking down.
The street has nice shops, restaurants and bars and this is also where you will find the tourist office of Tomar. UPDATE: The tourist office has moved and can now be found across the street form the park and botanical gardens

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Type: Old historical centre
Prices from: Free entry
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the pedestrian Rua Serpa Pinto

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