Monastery of Batalha
The Dominican Monastery of Batalha is the most significant testimony to the Portuguese Gothic style. It was built at the end of the 14th century with patronage from King João I, in memory of the battle of Aljubarrota. This vast complex, which is a royal Pantheon, is an excellent example of the evolution of medieval architecture up to the 16th century, from the innovative experience of the late Gothic to the Manueline decorative exuberance. Located in the historic centre of Batalha, the Monastery is inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Located in the historic centre of Batalha, the Monastery is inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Guided visits organised by the Monastery
The circuit is the same as for other tours, whilst its contents may vary according to visitor's requests.
Advance booking under previously agreed conditions.
Advance booking under previously agreed conditions, and only when the monument is closed to the public.
The circuit is similar to that of standard visits, as most spaces within the monastery can be visited.
The cost of the tour, including employee's overtime rates, is negotiated in advance.
Guided visits and other animation programmes, by advance reservation only.
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