Fatima and Lisbon Tour Package

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive Lisbon

Arrival transfer service from Lisbon aiport to the Lisbon hotel. Balance of the day at leisure.
Overnight at Hotel Mundial (4*) or similar with buffet breakfast.

Day 2 Lisbon to Fátima with sightseeing

Depart this morning to the charming walled city of Óbidos with its picturesque streets and castle. Óbidos traditionally belonged to the queens of Portugal, wedding gifts from the kings. Then to Alcobaça for a visit to the 12th C. Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stop for lunch (included) in the seaside city of Nazaré, one of the most colorful fishing villages in Portugal. After lunch, visit the exquisite Monastery in Batlaha, a masterpiece of Portuguese Gothic and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Arrive in Fátima for an orientation tour and to your hotel. The evening is free to attend mass and participate in the Candlelight Procession (seasonal).
Overnight in Fatima at Hotel Santa Maria (4*) or similar with buffet breakfast.

Day 3 at leisure in Fatima

There are frequent English language masses offered in the basilica, church and the the Chapel of the Apparitions. Times are posted on a sign in the town center.

Day 4 Fátima to Lisbon

Day at leisure in Fátima until the mid-afternoon. Return to Lisbon through a colorful farming region and arrive i the early evening. Drop off at your hotel.
Accommodation for the next 3 nights at Hotel Mundial (or similar) with buffet breakfast.
Special Package for 3 nights stay at Hotel Mundial inludes: 1 dinner each at hotel's rooftop restaurant Veranda de Lisboa, 24 hour Lisboa Card good for unlimited travel on Lisbons buses, subway and trams and free entrance to many museums, train to Sintra and fruit and water in your room.

Day 5 Half day tour of Lisbon

Begin your tour with a visit to the Belém quarter where you will find beautiful and historical monuments from the 15th and 16th centuries. Sightseeing includes: A brief stop at the Belém Tower (UNESCO World Heritage), point of departure of some of the Portuguese maritime explorations and the Monument to the Discoveries, built to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the death of Prince Henry the Navigator. Also included is the Monastery of Jerónimos, UNESCO World Heritage and a masterpiece of the "Manueline" Portuguese Gothic and the unique Royal Coaches Museum. Drive along the Tejo river to arrive in the Alfama, an old and traditional district where you will walk its narrow streets to a shop for a taste of Port wine. Continue to the downtown area of the city to admire the most important squares (praças) such as the monumental Praça do Comércio, Rossio Square and the symbolic Restauradores (restoration) Square. Then drive along Avenida da Liberdade, the "grand boulevard" of Lisbon to finish at Pombal Square with a statue of the statesman from the 18th century. Res

Day 6 Day at leisure in Lisbon

A day to explore Lisbon on your own or, perhaps, to take a sightseeing tour to nearby Sintra and the coast or Evora and Azeitao wine tour (see below).

Day 7 Lisbon departure

Transfer service from your hotel to the Lisbon airport.

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