Portugal and Galicia
Discover a route that combines the wonders of the center and north of Portugal with the incredible north of Spain.
1º dia CHEGADA A LISBOA
2º dia LISBOA/ GUADALUPE / MADRID
3º dia MADRID
4º dia MADRID/SARAGOÇA/BARCELONA
5º dia BARCELONA/MONTSERRAT/ANDORRA
6º dia ANDORRRA/LOURDES
7º dia LOURDES
8ºdia LOURDES / LOYOLA/ COVADONGA
9ºdia COVADONGA / SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
10º dia SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA / SENHORA DA ABADIA/BRAGA
11º dia BRAGA / COIMBRA / FÁTIMA
12º dia FÁTIMA
13º dia FÁTIMA / BATALHA / NAZARÉ /ALCOBAÇA/ FÁTIMA
14º dia FÁTIMA / LISBOA
Mosteiro Real de Santa Maria de Guadalupe
This Monastery in Extremadura, between hills and mountains, is a jewel of universal history, recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage, but also a witness of Portuguese history. The Monastery built between the 14h and 18th centuries with a Portuguese touch, through successive enlargements, distinguishing its irregular features and with fortified aspect, being characteristic of the Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical styles.
Madrid’s Royal Palace
Home to the Kings of Spain from Carlos III to Alfonso XIII, Madrid's Royal Palace takes us on a journey through the history of Spain. Though it is no longer the royal family's home, it continues to be their official residence.
Santuário e Basílica de Nossa Senhora do Pilar
Basílica de Nossa Senhora do Pilar is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Zaragoza. This Basílica is the biggest baroque temple in Spain. Local traditions take the history of this basilica to the dawn of Christianity in Spain attributing to an apparition to Saint James the Great, the apostle who is believed by tradition to have brought Christianity to the country. This is the only reported apparition of Mary to have occurred before her believed Assumption.
Shrine of Fátima
The Shrine of Fátima is a Marian shrine dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima. The Shrine is an excellence place of Christian pilgrimage and Catholic devotion, preserving the memory of the events that led to its founding, namely the apparitions of Our Lady to the three shepherds in 1917. Its magnitude and relevance from the point of view religion has long been widely recognized nationally and internationally.
Sé Episcopal e Igreja de Santo António
Built on the site where St. Anthony was born in 1195, this church is dedicated to the saint known as a matchmaker and patron saint for the recovery of lost items. He has always been the most popular saint in Lisbon, and his statue stands outside the church. Originally built in the 1400s, the current church dates from 1757, due to the post-1755 earthquake reconstruction. The façade combines the baroque and neoclassical styles, as does its interior.
The Belém Tower is a World Heritage Site since 2007 and it is considered one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal and has already taken 500 years. It was built on the bank of the Tagus in 1515 to serve as a fortress defending the entrance of the port of Lisbon by the river. Under the orders of D. Manuel I, the Blessed One, was built with a stone worked with maritime themes. The Tower also marks the starting point of the Portuguese expeditions to Asia, Africa and America and is one of the most important monuments of Lisbon and also of Portugal.