PILGRIM - Fatima and Santiago de Compostela Tour

PILGRIM - Fatima and Santiago de Compostela Tour

Package Duration
7 Days / 6 Nights
Destination Covered
Porto - Povoa de Varzim - Barcelos - Santiago de Compostela - Pontevedra - Vigo - Viana do Castelo - Mealhada - Coimbra - Leiria - Fatima - Batalha - Nazare - Caldas da Rainha - obidos - Lisboa

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  • Description :
    Pilgrim - Fátima and Santiago de Compostela
    Package Includes :
    • 06 Nights stay at Hotels Including Continental Breakfast as per above itinerary
    • Coach - As per itinerary + Taxes + Parking’s + Drivers overnight
    • Tours as mentioned in the itinerary
    • (T2) - 06 Lunches + 06 Dinners
    Package Excludes :
    • Any optional tour
    • Anything not specifically mentioned in ‘What Your Tour Price Includes’ Box
    • High Season surcharge If applicable
    • Porterage, Laundry, Wines, Telephone Charges, All Items of Personal Nature, Drinks not Forming Part of Your Group Menus.
    • Tips for guide, driver or hotel staff.
    • Beverages

  • Day 1: PORTO

    On arrival at Porto (OPO) Portugal Airport you will be met with your Tour Manager/ Local Representative. Tour Atlantic coast.
    Lunch (T2) Dinner (T2). Overnight at Hotel.


    After breakfast depart to Santiago de Compostela – Spain.
    Upon arrival in Santiago de Compostela we started to visit the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The Cathedral of St. James which is one of the finest examples of architecture in all of Europe. It is a Romanesque cathedral, belonging to the Archdiocese of the same name. Built between the years 1075 and 1128, during the Christian reconquest, at the time of the Crusades, is situated in the historic city center. As pilgrims, we have the opportunity to climb the stairs behind the high altar to visit the crypt where the relics of St. James are preserved, touch the central pillar (Portico de La Gloria), view the 'botafumeiro' and admire the wealth of medieval art inside the Cathedral, before visiting the cloister museum. The Obradoiro Square is the main and most famous city of Santiago de Compostela, capital of Galicia. It stand out as emblematic buildings of the Palace Raxoi, Hostel of the Catholic Monarchs and the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
    Enjoy a stroll on own, though the beautiful streets of Santiago de Compostela, the city of the apostle, full of historical buildings and other attractions. A walk through the streets of Santiago de Compostela visiting your craft and feel this very special atmosphere. We visit Pontevedra, Vigo and Viana do Castelo. Lunch (T2) Dinner (T2). Overnight at Hotel.

    Day 3: PORTO

    City Tour to explore the City of Porto. Azulejos (colored tiles) were in evidence on many buildings. Some particularly fine examples are at the train station waiting area, Cathedral’s cloister, the churches of Santo Ildefonso and Santa Clara and the Almas Chapel.
    The rest of the morning was spent walking the streets of the old town to view the colorfully decorated fin de siècle, art deco coffee houses and shops. A walk along the Duero in the Ribeira district was a perfect place to have a lunch on the benches before crossing the Luis Bridge (designed by Eiffel, of tower fame) to the port lodges of Vila Nova de Gaia.
    Just across the bridge representatives of the port lodges. Cruise River in Douro and one special lodge offered a wider selection of better Port Wine to taste. There are great panoramic views of Porto from the hillside lodges.
    Lunch (T2) Dinner (T2). Overnight at Hotel.


    After breakfast checkout of the hotel. We depart to Fátima. Mealhada – Leiria.
    Six times, from the May 13 to Oct 13, 1917, the Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children in the diocese of Leiria. A new church has been constructed, however just as beautiful, an older church was constructed here in 1928, and millions of pilgrims visit each year. Fatima is one of the most visited holy places for Catholics from around the world. The atmosphere of intense spirituality and the importance of Fatima have been attested to by the visits of two Popes: Paul VI and John Paul II.
    Touring Fatima, see the Little Chapel of the Apparitions, Basilica, the site of Francesco and Jacinta's graves, the Hamlet of Aljustrel, where the children lived, and Valinhos, the site of Our Lady's appearance after the children's return from prison. Follow the Stations of the Cross along the Via Sacra (The Sacred Way) culminating in the Chapel of Calvary, which overlooks all of Fatima. Join pilgrims from around the world in an evening candlelight procession to pray the rosary. Lunch (T2) Dinner (T2). Overnight at Hotel.


    After breakfast checkout of the hotel. We depart to Batalha, Nazaré, Óbidos to Lisboa.
    We visit to the Monastery of Batalha, classified by the UNESCO as world heritage. Built by King John I of Portugal to thank the Virgin Mary for the battle of Aljubarrota against the Spanish troupes on 14th of August 1385, its considered World Heritage by the UNESCO.
    Nazaré it’s an Atlantic beach. With a wonderful beach, its fisherman houses and the amazing cliff over the Atlantic Ocean. Visit the top of the cliff where the famous Nazaré legend occurred.
    We’ll continue our visit to the village of Óbidos. A big historical heritage, amazing churches and its castle walls that surround the village.
    Lunch (T2) Dinner (T2). Overnight at Hotel.

    Day 6: LISBON

    After breakfast we will enjoy a tour of Lisbon. Sightseeing tour will include a visit of the Cathedral, Saint Anthony's Church.
    At Belem Quarter: St. Jerome’s Monastery, visit the tomb of Vasco da Gama and Luis de Camões, it is the monastery of Manueline style, monumental testimony to the Portuguese discoveries.
    Belem Tower: The Tower of Belem was strategically built on the north bank of the Tagus River, between 1514 and 1520, to protect the city of Lisbon; it is one of the jewels of architecture from King Manuel I.
    Discoveries Monument: The Monument of Discoveries was originally erected in 1941 for Portuguese World Exhibition to celebrate the main players in the Portuguese discoveries.
    The 25 April Bridge, and in the other side of the river the statue of Christ is one of the symbols of Lisbon. The idea of its construction began in September 1934, after the Cardinal Cerejeira, Patriarch of Lisbon to visit the monument erected on top of Christ of Corcovado, in the Rio de Janeiro.
    Our drive will also take us through the Basilica of the Estrela, Rossio, Commerce Square, and Marquês of Pombal Square.
    On the top of Marquês de Pombal square the Eduardo VII Park is the largest park in central Lisbon. It was baptized in 1903 in honor of Edward VII, monarch of the United Kingdom, who had visited Lisbon this year to reaffirm the bonds of friendship between the two countries.
    Dinner and overnight in Lisbon.

    Day 7: Departure from Lisbon

    After Breakfast transfer to Airport for return flight.
    Board the flight for your hometown. Tour concludes

Contact Detail


Contact Person :-

Fernando Lapa

Address :-

Barcelos, Barcelos, Portugal

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