Lucia's House, Portugal

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From Lisbon: Fatima, Nazaré, Óbidos Full-Day Trip

1. From Lisbon: Fatima, Nazaré, Óbidos Full-Day Trip

Spend the day exploring Portugal, while your guide teaches you the history of the area. Discover the three secrets of Fatima and visit the spot where the apparitions took place. Stop in Nazaré, a traditional fishing village, and stroll through the fortified city of Óbidos. Get a unique perspective of Portugal and its many traditions. Meet your guide at your hotel and leave with them to travel to Fátima. Start the tour by visiting the village and houses where the three little shepherds lived and meet their direct family members. Go to Cova da Iria, where several of the apparitions happened. See the sanctuary where the tombs are and feel the devotion of pilgrims from all over the world. Travel to the Batalha Monastery of Santa Maria da Vitória, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Continue to Nazaré and witness the famous giant waves where all the world surfing records were set. Take a break here to enjoy lunch. Lastly, wander around the narrow medieval streets of Óbidos. Try ginja, a traditional sour cherry liquor, and relax before heading back to Lisbon. 

From Lisbon: Private Sanctuary of Fátima Half-Day Trip

2. From Lisbon: Private Sanctuary of Fátima Half-Day Trip

Travel to on the of the largest Marian shrines in the world on this half-day trip from Lisbon to the charming town of Fátima. Immerse yourself in this popular pilgrimage site where the three young shepherds that claimed to have seem the Virgin Mary are laid to rest.  Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Lisbon. Sit back and relax in a comfortable vehicle on your way to Fátima. Go to the basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary were the three young shepherds are entombed. See the devotion of pilgrims at the Chapel of the Apparitions. Spend time in the sanctuary were the popes Pope John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis attended masses. Before returning to Lisbon, visit the houses where the children that saw the visions lived. Meet some of their relatives that are still around today.

Portugal: Fatima, Aljustrel & Valinhos Trip with Picnic

3. Portugal: Fatima, Aljustrel & Valinhos Trip with Picnic

Discover Fatima, also known as the Altar of the World, on this private tour with a guide. Explore the places where the apparitions of the Angel of Peace took place and see other sacred locations in the town, too. After leaving Lisbon with your guide, head over to Loca do Cabeço where the first and third Apparitions of the Angel of Peace occurred. Then, drop by the Arneiro well, the location of the second apparition in 1916. Proceed to the house of San Francisco and Saint Jacinta and the house of Sister Lucia, both open for pilgrim visits. 1 kilometer from Aljustrel and 2 kilometers from the Sanctuary, you will find the Parish Church of Fatima, where the seers were baptized and integrated into the Christian community. Continue on to Cova de Iria, where the sanctuary's place of prayers and monuments are located. Then, visit the Chapel of the Apparitions, the exact location of the apparitions and considered as the heart of the Sanctuary. You will also see and contemplate in the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, Basilica of the Holy Trinity, Cruz Alta, Fontanário, Azinheira Grande, and a temporary exhibition.

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What people are saying about Lucia's House, Portugal

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We had a wonderful tour to Fatima with Eduardo today. We would highly recommend Heart & Soul Tours for any excursions you want to take in Lisbon or in the surrounding areas. His knowledge of the history of your tour locale is amazing and you learn all sorts of details you might not otherwise get. He answered all of our off the wall questions and gave us a fun and exciting day! We will definitely reach out to Eduardo when we are in Portugal again. We met as strangers and left as friends!