Balloon rides are a wonderful peaceful and exciting way to Go Discover Portugal from the sky. The wind will carry you in silence and the open basket gives you the possibility to really take in the most amazing views of the underlying landscapes!
Braganca in the North of Portugal on the Spanish border, has one of the most beautiful, mountainous landscapes of Portugal dotted with small remote village surrounding the monumental city of Braganca, a hot air balloon flight in this area of Portugal should not be missed. Awe inspiring landscapes alternate with ancient sites and towns.
Braganca town is a historical city with many great monuments unique and beautiful and a city well worth visiting.
This balloon flight starts at the Castle of Bragança, a dramatic and beautiful setting which will leave a lasting impression, The flight than gives a panoramic view of the Montesinho Natural Park and the borderlands of Spain.
Framed by mountains, the North eastern landscape makes this flight in hot air balloon a unique experience not to be missed.
The entire event spans roughly 3 hours of which 1 to 1.5 are spent in the air. The flight is ended with a champagne toast and breakfast picnic.
Prices are 160 euro per person for groups of minimum 3 and 180 per person for 2 people and private flights please use the form below to request a quote or call 00351 918354714
Prices include insurance, licenses and VAT and a champagne toast at the end of the flight.
Note Balloon flights during the summer months are at dawn only form October onwards later flights may be possible. Flights always depend on wind and weather conditions which can only be confirmed 48 hours prior to flight, Reservations need to be made a minimum of 72 hours before a flight. Private flights on request.
Flights across the border with Spain are possible.
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