3 hours
2 to 7

The Batalha Monastery, also known as Monastery of Santa Maria da Vitoria, is considered one of the most beautiful examples of Portuguese and European architecture, dating from the 14th century. A remarkable gothic Monument, which exists due to a promise made by King John I, if he was victorious during the battle of Aljubarrota, a battle fought on August 14, 1385, he would build the Monastery. This important victory guaranteed him the throne and the independence of Portugal. The Batalha Monastery was classified World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983.

START TIMES 9:00am or 2:30pm
PICK UP POINT Hotels or accommodation in Fatima
INCLUDED Private Guided Tour

Entrance fees

Bottled water

All mandatory Insurances

NOT INCLUDED Personal expenses Lunch
PRICE From €58

Price varies by group size


Additional Information

  • Transport in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle
  • Comfortable shoes and a photo camera are recommended
  • This tour doesn’t operate on the following dates: 1st January – Easter Sunday – 1st May – 24th, 25th, 31st December


Want to do this tour with more than 7 people? No problem! Contact us for options


Batalha Monastery

Presentation and Private Guided Tour of the Monastery

Changing of the Guard

Since 1921, the Military Guard has watched over the tomb of the unknown soldier from WWI. Every hour you will be able to see the Guard change

Stained glass Windows

Originally from the 15th and 16th centuries, they were restored in the 19th and 20th centuries, maintaining some of the original fragments

Entrance fees Included

We have included the tickets in the tour price, this way you don’t have to worry about standing in the line, we are authorized to skip the lines, saving you time

Transport in comfortable air-conditioned vehicle