8 pax
Groups
8 hours
Time
Fátima
Location

Fátima

We start our visit in the Batalha Monastery… utterly amazed by it. After all, this monument is classified as one of the seven wonders of Portugal. Just looking isn’t enough to encompass the grandeur of the monastery, you will need all your senses for it. Dazzled by what you see on the outside, awed by its inner richness, you can assign the proper value to the meaning of the word victory. The Portuguese victory in the Battle of Aljubarrota, which guaranteed the independence of our country by ensuring the throne to King John I. Enjoy and rejoice in the great achievements of a country.
We’re in a city which is currently one of the biggest religious tourism destinations in the world. Visited by everyone, even by those to whom faith isn’t the most relevant reason. The worship, the grandeur of a faith that moves about 6 million visitors per year!
In Fátima, silence reigns alongside with Christian worship. Here, it is impossible to remain indifferent to what surrounds and happens to us. To look and feel, not just for us, but for those who walk by us. Let it be, time has stopped, urgency has no place in Fátima. And when you leave, let your words rest, for today, you won’t have use for them.

Finally, back to Porto, we invite you to a sensory journey across the country through aromas and flavours; premium olive oils from all different regions of Portugal, and lastly, a 10-year-old Port Wine, aged in oak casks.
Cheers; these are on us.

TOUR TIME 8 hours (full day)
DEPARTURE TIME The base time of tour departures is 8:00 AM (this schedule can be adjusted by more or less an hour, according to the itinerary or customer request).
PRICE PER GROUP The price per group is calculated for groups up to the maximum of 8 people.
ADDITIONAL PRICE PER PERSON The additional price per person, in addition to the price per group, is calculated based on the value of entry in monuments and/or restaurants included in the tour.

Children under 3 years old are exempted from any additional cost.

POINT OF DEPARTURE AND POINT OF ARRIVAL The departure and arrival point will be the hotel, or accommodation, in the city of Porto where the client is hosted.

Any other departure and arrival points can be requested, and may be subjected, in this case, to an additional fee, and the client will be informed of such values when this change is requested.

ITINERARY Morning Route – Batalha (Batalha Monastery), Sanctuary of Fátima, Casa dos Pastorinhos

Free lunch

Afternoon Route – Vila Nova de Ourém

Porto – 10-year Port Wine Tasting (Galo Louco, Lda Offer) and premium olive oils tasting (Oliva & CO Offer)

INCLUDED
Vehicle with air conditioning
Wi-fi
Qualified Driver
Local guide for the thematic tours
Seating and chairs for children when requested
A Decade Pocket Rosary (“Dezena”) made of wood.
Tasting of Premium olive oils
Tasting of 10-year-old Tawny Port Wine
A notebook with the story and stories to discover along the ride
EXCLUDED
Lunch, or any other meal
Entry fees not mentioned in personal inclusions and expenses
CANCELLATION POLICY Payment is made in full upon booking confirmation.

If you need to cancel your reservation, you must immediately notify Orange Tours and Travels.

If the cancellation notice is made within 30 days (non-business) of the tour date, you will be charged a 10% cancellation fee based on the amount paid, the remained 90% will be refunded back to you.

If the cancellation notice is made between 30 to 10 days (non-business) of the tour date, you will be charged a 25% cancellation fee based on the amount paid. The remaining 75% will be refunded.

If the cancellation notice is made within a period of less than 10 days of the tour, you will be charged a cancellation fee of 100%.

PAYMENT CONDITIONS Payment is made at the time of booking.
PAYMENT METHOD Payment can be done by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express), Paypal transfer, or by ATM.
OTHER INFORMATION This tour have all-inclusive mode with extra value of € 30 per person and includes:

Entry to the Batalha Monastery

Lunch in a restaurant in the oldest part of the city

Fátima
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