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Santarém (/sɐ̃tɐˈɾɐ̃j̃/, suhng-tuh-RUHNGY) has a city population of 29,929 (2012), and the entire municipality has 61,752 residents (2011).
- 1 Posto de Turismo de Santarém (Descobrir Santarém), Rua Capelo e Ivens 63, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 1 Santarém Railway Station. Santarém is served by Alfa Pendular, Intercity, and Regional trains, with service from many cities, including Lisbon, Coimbra, Porto, Covilhã, and Guarda.
- 2 Santarém Bus Terminal. Intercity express bus service is provided by Rede Expressos. Regional service is provided by Rodoviária do Tejo, which also offers Rápida Laranja express service from Lisbon.
Santarém is served by two motorways:
- A1 (Autoestrada do Norte), which provides connections from Lisbon, Coimbra, and Porto.
- A8 (Autoestrada do Oeste), which serves Caldas da Rainha and Rio Maior.
- 1 Castle of Santarém (Castelo de Santarém). Of this 12th-century protective fortification, only the Torre das Cabaças tower and a few stretches of wall remain.
- 2 Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption (Sé Catedral de Santarém). This 17th-century church was given the status of cathedral when Santarém became a Catholic diocese in 1975.
- 3 Igreja da Misericórdia de Santarém (Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Visitação). A 16th-century church built during the transition from the Renaissance to Mannerism. It has some Rococo features and has been a national monument since 1922.
- 4 Igreja e Convento de Nossa Senhora de Jesus do Sítio. This 17th-century convent is an excellent example of Portuguese Mannerism. It's been a national monument since 1923.
- 5 Igreja de Santa Maria da Graça (Igreja da Graça, Igreja de Santo Agostinho). Construction on this Gothic church began in 1380. Pedro Álvares Cabral, who "discovered" Brazil, is entombed here. It was declared a national monument in 1910.
- 6 Igreja de Santa Maria de Marvila. Medieval Catholic church built on the ruins of an old mosque. A national monument since 1917.
- 7 Igreja do Santíssimo Milagre (Igreja de Santo Estêvão). This 13th-century church was damaged by an earthquake in the 16th century and was rebuilt in Renaissance style. It was classified a national monument in 1997.
- 8 Igreja de São João de Alporão. 12th-century Romanesque church, a national monument since 1910.
- 1 Chapa 7, Rua Sociedade Jardim de Cima, ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Tu–Su 12:00–15:00 & 18:30–22:30, closed M. Seafood. Mid-range.
- 2 Restaurante A Grelha, Rua Ateneu Comercial de Santarém 1, ☏ . Grilled fish and meat. €8-25.
- 3 Pigalle, Rua João Afonso 44, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Tu–Sa 12:00–15:00 & 19:00–22:00, Su 12:00–15:00, closed M. Serving petiscos, Portuguese tapas. €10-50.
- 1 Santarém Hotel, Avenida Madre Andaluz, ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Check-in: 15:00, check-out: 12:00. Four-star, 105-room hotel with swimming pool, spa, and bar. €65-95.
- 2 Hotel Umu, Avenida Bernardo Santareno 38, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Check-in: 15:00, check-out: 12:00. Three-star, 67-room hotel with fitness centre, hot tub, and bar. €55-68.
- 3 Hotel Vitoria, Rua Segundo Visconde Santarém 21, ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Check-in: 14:00, check-out: 12:00. Two-star, 20-room hotel with free Wi-Fi and free parking. €49-54.