Benefiting from a spectacular location within the Machado de Castro National Museum with a view over the University of Coimbra, the Mondego River and the 15th century loggia (veranda), Loggia is one of the best panoramic restaurants in the city of Coimbra. The place where you can enjoy a great meal while contemplating the many beauties of this historical city.
Inspired by the Ancient Rome, the restaurant Loggia has several suggestions for all moments of the day: buffet breakfast, lunch, afternoon snacks and a dinner menu created by the Chef Vítor Dias of Quinta das Lágrimas.
An open window to the city of Coimbra and the ideal spot to enjoy one of the best sunny terraces of the city or a pleasant meal with family and friends.
Machado de Castro National Museum
Renovated by the prestigious Portuguese architect Gonçalo Byrne, Machado de Castro National Museum is one of the most important museums in Portugal due to its collections of archaeology and fine arts.
One of the greatest highlights of this museum is the amazing Roman cryptoportico of Aeminium. The Roman city of Aeminium was born 2000 years ago. The spot now occupied by Machado de Castro National Museum was the Roman forum. The cryptoportico as built to avoid the slope of the hill and to create an artificial platform. This Roman construction supported the courtyard and its surrounding buildings. The Roman cryptoportico of Aeminium is one of the most beautiful and original of the world. A true city underneath the city !