Batalha, Portugal

Hotels in Batalha

Batalha Accommodations (3)
Hotel Mestre Afonso Domingues Batalha

Hotel Mestre Afonso Domingues Batalha

4.50 141 reviews

Largo Mestre Afonso Domingues, 6, Batalha, Portugal

Hotel Casa do Outeiro Batalha

Hotel Casa do Outeiro Batalha

4.50 94 reviews

Largo Carvalho do Outeiro 4, Batalha, Portugal

Hotel Residencial Batalha

Hotel Residencial Batalha

4.00 18 reviews

Estrada de Fatima 29, Batalha, Portugal

Travel Blogs from Batalha

Batalha Travel Blogs (15)
Wandering Through History, Batalha, Portugal travel blog

Wandering Through History

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... of fifteen architects and the construction required new techniques and artistic styles, previously unknown in Portugal. We had dinner in Batalha which in Portugal has meant another round of Bacalhau or salted cod (lunch tends to be helpings of the ...

magnificent, Batalha, Portugal travel blog


A travel blog entry by chrisandpaula


a fantastical church - Mannueline architecture at its best and an unfinished ...

Santa Maria da Vitoria, Batalha, Portugal travel blog

Santa Maria da Vitoria

A travel blog entry by danielaube


... sur les Espagnols, fit construire le monastere en son nom. C´est un ensemble de batiment gothique, mais d´un gothique propre au Portugal. Pour ceux que ça intéresse, on appel ça le gothique flamboyant, car il est tres decoratifs. Il y avait plein de ...

Batalha Monastery, Batalha, Portugal travel blog

Batalha Monastery

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop


... us – not way up on the hill. I guess all the stone camouflaged it nicely among the trees… We arrived in Batalha just after noon which meant that we could visit the monastery for free. The church is fancy late Gothic having been built ...

Attractions in Batalha

Batalha Attractions (1)
Founder's Chapel

Founder's Chapel


Batalha, Estremadura, Portugal

Located in the Gothic masterpiece of Santa Maria da Vitória Monastery, a special visit should be made to this chapel with its magnificent stained-glass windows, cloisters, Unfinished Chapel and the tombs of several Portuguese notables.