Fatima - Batalha - Nazaré - Óbidos Medieval

Fatima - Batalha - Nazaré - Óbidos Medieval
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$705.88
Duration: 8 hours
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Description


Shrine of Fátima with a strong religious nature is known Worldwide by the appearance of the Virgin Mary to the children in the form of Our Lady of Fátima.

The Shrine of Fatima is an ex-libris of the city and is located exactly in the place of the apparitions. In the Chapel of the Apparitions with the image of Our Lady is part of the Sanctuary and has also the basilica as a central tower of several floors. In this space, the visitors can also visit the XVI Paul´s Pastoral Center, several religious dependencies, a monument concerning the Berlin Wall and the crabby made by José Aurélio.



We will leave from the door of your lodging to the Santoário de Fátima.
The first stop noosa will be in Fatima's shop where you can buy the most sympathetic gifts your gifts.
then we will continue to the place of the cartedral of Fatima.

We will visit the cathedral and the new church.
may attend the mass at the chapel of the apparitions.

Then we will continue to the Cathedral of Batalha. being able to make a lunch break on the way.

We will continue to the local nazaré of the world record giant waves.

We will end our visit in the medieval village of Obidos a magical and charming place where we can drink the traditional ginga liquor of Óbidos.

Then we will return to the place of departure


Shrine of Fátima with a strong religious nature is known Worldwide by the appearance of the Virgin Mary to the children in the form of Our Lady of Fátima.

The Shrine of Fatima is an ex-libris of the city and is located exactly in the place of the apparitions. In the Chapel of the Apparitions with the image of Our Lady is part of the Sanctuary and has also the basilica as a central tower of several floors. In this space, the visitors can also visit the XVI Paul´s Pastoral Center, several religious dependencies, a monument concerning the Berlin Wall and the crabby made by José Aurélio.