Equipped restaurant in Caldas da Rainha Looking to start a turnkey business? Here's your opportunity. Restaurant located next to Caldas da Rainha station and next to the central and busy Avenida 1 de Maio, the commercial nerve center of this city. This fully equipped and ready-to-operate restaurant has 2 dining rooms, bar, wet pantry, equipped kitchen, storage, staff locker room, male and female bathrooms and storage. The restaurant has 36 (thirty-six) seats for on-site meals and can also be used for take-away service as there is a buffet chest, hot t with 4 XL vats. The kitchen is equipped with industrial stove, industrial oven, oven, industrial freezer, magic wand, grill, industrial extractor, microwave, water heater and professional fryer. The wet pantry is also equipped with industrial dishwashers and dishwashers. In the restaurant you can also count on television, video system, anti-fire security systems, air conditioning, computer with cash register and lights built into the false ceiling. At the bar level, we can count on the hot buffet chest, industrial cold chests with 4, 2 and 1 doors, respectively, two of them with food display, dishwasher, dishwasher, industrial toaster, industrial toaster 2 layers. Come and meet what could be your new future business. Just under an hour from Lisbon, you can discover a city that prides itself on being a therapeutic and artistic refuge. Elected creative city by UNESCO. The story goes that, one day, on the way to Batalha, Queen Leonor, afflicted for a long time by a wound that did not heal, stopped here and confirmed the wonders of these thermal waters, having a Hospital built the following year. It was the 15th century, and this is how the fame of Caldas da Rainha is presented, with touches of enchanting history. The passage of time has consolidated the therapeutic vocation of this locality, and this vocation has made it grow. D. Afonso VI was responsible for the reconstruction and expansion of the hospital and the royal family and the court visited Caldas annually. In the 19th century, the golden age for thermal spas, Caldas was not far behind the most renowned European destinations. The importance of thermal activities in Caldas finds its place of reference in the Thermal Complex, which includes the former Thermal Hospital and the Hospital e das Caldas Museum. In these spaces, the history of what is the oldest thermal hospital in the world and the famous Book of Commitment by Queen Leonor are shown. In Parque D. Carlos I, there is a romantic garden, considered one of the richest parks in biodiversity in the country. Inside the Park, you can visit the José Malhoa Museum, which preserves an important collection of works by the famous painter who was also born here. The connection between Caldas da Rainha and art can be found in other spaces around the Park, a short walk away, the Arts Center and the Cycling Museum that house an expressive and diverse collection, in addition to providing spaces for exhibitions. temporary. After the thermal baths, it is to Ceramics that the city owes its fame. In the Ceramics Museum, housed in a 19th century romantic palace, you can discover a collection of pottery from Caldas and other Portuguese and foreign ceramic centres. One of the reasons for the interest of this museum is linked to another illustrious name of the city: here we find a set of works by Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro. To speak of Caldas is to speak of Bordalo, who left a lasting influence here. The Caldas da Rainha Faianças Factory was created by him in 1884, with the help of Ramalho Ortigão, and has become a worldwide reference. Proof of Bordalo's legacy is the homage paid to him in the streets. Scattered around the city, sculptural works on a human scale, taken from the artist's vast imagination, surprise passersby, in what is a true Bordalian Route, one of the most fun ways to get to know the center of Caldas. In the heart of the city, we find Praça da República, also known as Praça da Fruta. With its beginnings dating back to the 15th century, this colorful open-air market is the only one that takes place on a daily basis in Portugal. It is a showcase of the rich agricultural and gastronomic production of the region and a privileged place to observe Art Nouveau in Caldas. Romantic tiled facades surround this vibrant square, which also houses the historic Café Central and Capela de São Sebastião. For outdoor enthusiasts, Mata Rainha D. Leonor, created to protect the thermal springs that supplied the Hospital, is a place full of natural beauty, with its imposing trees and 17 hectares of fresh air and refreshing walks. Returning to gastronomy, it has two main characteristics. On the one hand, the richness of its sweets, which includes the conventual influence, of which Trouxas das Caldas are an example, and Cavacas and Beijinhos. On the other hand, the marine richness of its typical dishes, due to the proximity of Lagoa de Óbidos, which is shown in the stews, in the eel stew and in the seafood. Being able to absorb the splendor of the Portuguese West Coast, and having an encounter with the sea is one more reason to extend a visit to Caldas and go to the charming Praia da Foz do Arelho with its imposing Lagoon, its Walkways, or visit one of the biggest dunes in Portugal at Salir do Porto beach. In or near Caldas, we are never truly far from the healing power of the waters and contemplation.