Rich in many aspects, it takes more than one day to explore the city of Funchal, as it offers visitors a wide and surprising range of places to see, which are part of a vast natural and built heritage.

Strolling through these historical nucleuses means getting to know the history of Madeira a little better, particularly of Funchal, by travelling back in time and enjoying its cultural, historical and museological heritage.

From the flourishing 'sugar town' of the 15th and 16th centuries, many buildings have survived until today. Most of this built heritage can be found in the centre of Funchal, being divided into three historically important areas:São Pedro', ‘Santa Maria' and ‘’.

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