congregate outside these two places. At night there are vaious decent bars around the city including Liffey Irish Bar, Vila, Espaço 14, Estudio 22 and in the aforementioned BRAC restaurant you can sit on the balcony and enjoy the weather with live music and a drink.
Where do visiting fans usually congregate?
The majority of the fans hang out right in the heart of the town in front of Viana Café but recently there are several bars beside each other (including Estudio 22) that have opened up in front of the Sé Catheral and I imagine there will be a big concentration there also. It's a big place with many bars and cafés and can cater for many fans at a very reasonable price.
What are the best ways of getting around the city?
By foot is your best bet. There are your usual city bus tours but the best way is by foot down the narrow streets or the open shopping areas. Everything is accessible and much easier to reach within a few minutes from the centre of the town.
How is the weather at the moment in Braga?
The weather is unpredictable at the best of times. At the start of October we had days touching 30 degrees and then the next week we had torrential rain. You never can tell and it's best to check the weather forecast online the day before you travel for the game.
Anything to avoid doing or areas to steer clear of?
The town is extremely safe. As with every town you have a few beggars and the matchday attrcts even more. Under no circumstances should you give any coins to them otherwise they will not leave you alone. Say no and turn away. Some Braga fans may want to swap scaves and again don't give them to the beggars as it will only encourage them to try harder. Crime