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Driver in Batalha?

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A friend and I are going to Portugal in February, and we're going to be in Batalha on a Sunday. It looks like seeing the sights in Batalha won't take all day, and we're interested in seeing Alcobaca, some of the caves in the area, or something else. It looks like the bus options on Sunday are impossible, though, and we don't want to get stuck. Does anyone have a suggestion for hiring a driver for a half day or some other non-bus transportation? We thought about staying in one of the other larger towns nearby, but then we would just have a problem getting the bus to Batalha. (We will be coming into Batalha on Sunday night and leaving Monday morning. We don't want to stay in Lisbon and do a tour from there; Sunday will be our first full day in Portugal, and we don't want to have to get up early and be on a 9 or 10-hour tour.)

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