As you continue your stroll, you can discover the Jewish Cemetery of Faro, which is the only record of the Jewish community established in the city between the beginning of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. Then head to the Carmo Church, which stands out for its baroque facade painted in yellow and white, with large towers and where you can visit the Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones).
Indeed, Faro is a city with an enviable architectural heritage. There are many chapels, palaces, and mansions that shape the streets of the city. At every step, you will discover a new building, an architectural detail, or a coat of arms that tells the history of the place. As soon as you leave Hotel Faro, in Jardim Manuel Bivar, the 19th-century Bandstand and the building of the Banco de Portugal, with its Islamic-inspired facade, delight the eye. If you prefer a stroll outside the city center, we suggest you take a Tuk-Tuk to the Ermida de Santo António do Alto and visit the Palácio Fialho, an imposing building from 1913 that houses the Colégio de Nossa Senhora do Alto. You can also take a Tuk-tuk to the village of Estoi and visit the Roman Ruins of Milreu.
And if, after this suggested itinerary through the city, offered by Hotel Faro, you are still not convinced, get to know the great events that Faro has to offer throughout the year. Music, dance, theater, cinema, gastronomy... the choice is yours! Faro is a city with life all year round.