Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions for visitors to enter and stay in the event venue

Feira Viva, Cultura e Desporto, EM, collective entity no. 505120151, headquartered at Edifício Paços do Conselho, in Santa Maria da Feira, is the promoter of the 25th Medieval Journey in the Land of Santa Maria, to take place between the 3rd and 14th of August.

Admittance to the venue for any adult or child over 3 (three) years old, inclusive, requires presentation, to the organisation staff, of a valid daily ticket or bracelet;

In case of bracelet use, it must be adjusted to the wrist in such a way that it cannot be removed. It can be replaced, in a place indicated by the organisation, by a card that nominally identifies the visitor;

The wearer of the bracelet must allow the entrance controller to check and adjust it to the wrist;

The daily ticket is only valid for the indicated place and day, and cannot be returned. However, the ticket may be used on a day when the price of the ticket is equal or less than when purchased;

The bracelet is personal and non-transferable and cannot be returned or exchanged.  In the event of loss or poor conservation of the bracelet, access to the Medieval Journey area will not be granted;

Taking any type of food, drinks and substances into the premises is expressly prohibited, as well as objects that may be considered dangerous by the promoter of the event, or that may generate or enable acts of violence, or that are prohibited by law, including cans, selfie sticks and firearms, fireworks, pyrotechnic devices or objects producing similar effects;

It is forbidden to light fires;

It is expressly forbidden to display posters, flags, symbols or other signs with racist, xenophobic, political or incitement to violence messages;

At the entrance of the premises, visitors may be subject to inspections, body searches and removal of unauthorised objects;

Admission and stay in the premises of the Medieval Journey will be refused to anyone who demonstrates violent, aggressive behaviour or behaviour contrary to public order, who shows symptoms of drunkenness or of having consumed drugs, or who refuses to remove unauthorised objects;

When interacting with any element of the organisation, associations, shopkeepers, participants, public authorities, visitors and other participants in the event, the public must be correct, moderate and respectful.

The public may not throw any object inside the premises, cause damage to the fixed and movable infrastructure allocated to the event, organizers, vendors, exhibitors and/or residents;

The public will not be granted access to the areas of reserved access and not destined to them;

The public must respect the boundaries of the space reserved for shows promoted by the organisation, as well as the specific rules of access to each;

The public must respect the existing queues and wait their turn in the food and shopping areas, ticketing, access to the shows and other places that may be open;

In the case of a procession or itinerant parade, the public should keep away so that it can circulate without endangering extras, visitors and spectators;

Animals are not allowed in the premises of the Medieval Journey, with the exception of service dogs, in the meaning of Decree-Law 74/2007, of 27 March.  The residents of the premises that have animals circulating are not covered by this exception;

The holder of the ticket or bracelet acknowledges that their image may be captured and recorded during the event, so they hereby grant all rights of image that they have to the Promoter of the Event, free of charge and permanently;

It is forbidden to resell the tickets, as well as the use of them for promotional or institutional purposes, without the express written consent of the Event Promoter;

The holder of the ticket will lose all rights when leaving the premises;

The access of any motor vehicles to the event area will only be allowed, exceptionally, after consideration, on a case-by-case basis, by the organisation;

The visitors must place their rubbish and waste in the several existing places set up for that purpose;

The visitors may not perform any type of physiological needs outside the toilets in the premises;

The holder of a ticket or wristband whose actions are contrary to these Terms and Conditions may be refused entry or stay in the venue, the respective ticket being cancelled or the wristband removed, without right to reimbursement of the amount paid for entry.  The Event Promoter, in the use of its powers of decision, reserves the right to initiate other legal means, including those involving civil, criminal and or misdemeanor liability;

The Event Promoter reserves the right to, at any time, update and introduce changes and additions to the rules set out in these Terms and Conditions, without prior notification, so the ticket holder must, periodically and in order to stay informed, consult and review them on the official website of the event, at  www.viagemmedieval.com, where the updated version of the same will always be available, and may not claim ignorance of any changes and additions made;

The Event Promoter reserves the right to change or modify the schedule of the event;

To the cases omitted, the current Portuguese legislation applies;

The holder of the ticket or bracelet expressly declares that he/she has read, understood and accepted, fully and without reservation, these Terms and Conditions and is fully aware of the rights and obligations arising from them.