An historical route of about 110km, personally prepared, through picturesque roads with almost no traffic. Caldas da Rainha is one of the cities of the West, founded in 1511, known by the art of decorative ceramic pottery and its Thermal Hospital. Its fame comes from 1484, due to the passage of Queen Leonor, wife of John II of Portugal, through Caldas da Rainha on the road from Obidos to Batalha.
An historical route of about 85km, personally prepared, through picturesque roads with almost no traffic. We start this route by the Battle of Aljubarrota Interpretation Centre, a place with about 900m2 on the inside and 1.500m2 on the outside. During this visit we can admire its cultural heritage and understand one of the most important Medieval battles in Europe, fought on August 14, 1385.