Tour information

  • Duration: 12 h
  • Recommended schedule: 08h00-20h00

(We have flexibility in schedules and itineraries)

  • Departures and arrivals:  hotel, home or close to your ship, if you arrive on a cruise

Adapted vehicle

Vehicle equipped with DVD monitor, air conditioning and panoramic windows, fully adapted for handicapped with lowered electric step and easy wheelchair access via platform lift.


Prices (Per person)

1-2 Pax 3-4 Pax 5-6 Pax 7-8 Pax +8 Pax
12h 179€ 120€ 99€ 85€ infoon request

(Entrance fees to monuments and lunch not included)


  • Personal accident insurance
  • Service of a guide and driver
  • Fuel, parking fees and all taxes
  • Customer collection and drop-off wherever you’re staying


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About this Tour

Portugal has an enormous religious heritage, which is connected by the religion of its people, predominantly Catholic.

In this Tour you will enjoy the artistic values of a rich heritage, linked to the history of the country, considered to be of public interest and various monuments classified by UNESCO as world heritage.

Alcobaça Monastery

Founded in 1153 on land donated by our first king to Bernard of Clairvaux, in fulfillment of a promise by the victory against the Moors, is one of the most prestigious monasteries in medieval Europe and the largest Gothic style in Portugal and has been classified by UNESCO as World Heritage.

Batalha Monastery

Warrant build in 1388 by King John I, in fulfillment of the promise made to the Virgin Mary, where Portugal defeated Spain in Aljubarrota battle. Built over two centuries, is a jewel of gothic flaming or late and Manueline architecture.
Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima.

Our Lady Fátima Sanctuary

The place where, in May 13, 1917, the three shepherd, Lucia, Francisco and Jacinta had experienced the apparition of Our Lady, the Virgin Mary. Since then Fatima is a place of intense devotion and pilgrimage, especially on the 13th of each month and particularly in the months of May and October. More than 5 million pilgrims from around the world flock each year to the Shrine of Fatima, which was visited by Pope John Paul II in the years of 1982, 1991 and 2000 and more recently, in 2010, Pope Benedict XVI.

Convent of Christ

Situated high on a hill, was founded in 1160 by the Grand Master of the Templars, Dom Gualdim Pais. The Convent of Christ belonged to the medieval Knights Templar and was the headquarters of its heiress, the Order of Christ. In the 15th century, Prince Henry planned here most of his explorations to the New World. It is quoted as the pinnacle of the Manueline style in Portugal and is classified by the UNESCO as World Heritage.

Church of St. John the Baptist

Situated in Tomar, this church has been a place of assembly and worship from the time of the Knights Templar, in the 12th century. Today, the area around the church is held the Festa dos Tabuleiros, a celebration with pagan origin, which takes place every four years. The street leading to the church offers great views of the square and to the Templar Castle, situated nearby.


– Batalha Monastery

– Convent of the Order of Christ

– Tomar Castle

– S. João Baptista Church

– Alcobaça Monastery

– Sanctuary of Fátima

– Santíssima Trindade Basilic

– Chapel of Apparitions

– Pope J. Paulo II Statue

– Basilic of Our Lady of Fátima

– Fátima center


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