Duration: 8 Days
Portugal is known for its horse culture and mainly for the Lusitano horse breed, that is the oldest saddle horse in the world. The Nacional Horse Fair is the epicentre and the celebration of this amazing culture, where the best horses of the country come together for display, competition, demonstration and shows.
This fair started in 1571, when the horses were an important tool of work and defence, and in the Golegã region where one can still find some of the most important Portuguese breeders. For that reason, the King at that time decreed that at the 11th of November, the St. Martin’s day, protector of the horses and horsemen, Golegã would have it’s fair. The town of Golegã is now the horse capital of Portugal and during this week it transforms itself in the national venue of this important European event.
|Day 1 – Transfer from Lisbon Airport to your hotel. Dinner in local restaurant with Fado Show.
Day 2 - Full day tour to Lisbon.
Day 3 - Visit to a local winery for a wine tasting. Trip to Golegã for lunch in the Nacional Horse fair.
Transport to the hotel in Tomar (surroundings of Golegã ).
Day 4 - Transport to the fair and day at leisure in the Fair. Typical dinner in the evening at the Fair.
Transfer back to the hotel in schedule to be agreed with the clients.
Days 5, 6 & 7 - In each day transfer to the fair and back in schedule to agree with the clients. Clients
will have these days at leisure in the fair to enjoy the things they are most interested to attend,
competitions, shows or shops.
Day 8 - Transfer to Lisbon Airport.
What to bring
Terms & Conditions
Price based on tour dates 6 to 13 November 2017. Limited space. The prices, dates and information supplied are valid at the time of the web page going live, however prices and itinerary are subject to change or may be withdrawn at any time. Please confirm all details and final cost with your consultant at the time of booking. Product is supplied by Reho Travel. For full terms and conditions please contact your travel consultant or refer to the terms and conditions on the supplier’s website.