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young & dynamic


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Braga is an increasingly young and dynamic city. Proof of this are the various social and cultural projects that the city has been developing in recent years, mainly since its distinction as European Youth Capital in 2012. Last year came the Braga Vegan project – composed by the Braga for ALL movement and the Braga Animal Save Association – which embraces several veganism events in the city: lectures, animal vigils, St. John Vegan, World Veganism Day and, more recently, the Vegan Festival of Braga.

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various social and cultural projects

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Adding to this movement, we already have a considerable number of restaurants and shops where we can eat well (really well!), and find vegetarian and vegan products. It is getting easier to eat, buy and “breathe” veganism in Braga.

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