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  • Portugal: Fatima, Aljustrel & Valinhos Trip with Picnic

    1. 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 appari...

  • Aveiro: Traditional Moliceiro Boat Tour

    2. Aveiro: Traditional Moliceiro Boat Tour

    Cruise through the city of Aveiro on a 45-minute ride onboard a traditional Moliceiro boat. Start along the Central Canal of the lagoon, the Ria de Aveiro. Traverse the center of the city, from the garden of Rossio to the old building of the Capitania of the Port of Aveiro. Follow another canal that formerly served as a waterway to the Antonio Maria Campos brick factory, where the Aveiro Cultural and Congress Center was established along with other public services. Then, cruise down Canal das Pirâmides (the pyramids canal), which was built at the beginning of the 19th century and stretches from the old fish market to the central canal. During the summer, enjoy a beautiful landscape made up of hundreds of small white pyramids of salt that represent one of the most characteristic features of this region.

    Our family enjoyed this activity, our guide was very detailed and funny. I recommend everyone that visit Aveiro to do it

  • Batalha Monastery Entrance Ticket

    3. Batalha Monastery Entrance Ticket

    Explore the Batalha Monastery, a hidden architectural gem in the Iberian Peninsula, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983.  Step back in time and learn about the rich history of this Dominican monastery, built in 1385 after the victory of the Portuguese over the Castilians at the battle of Aljubarrota. Built with funding from King João I, the vast complex, which is also a royal pantheon, is considered the most significant example of Portuguese Gothic and Manueline style. Marvel at the colorful array of Portuguese medieval stained glass windows, which can be admired from the impressive columns of the Chapel. Look up and gaze at the impressive central nave of the church, standing at an impressive 32.5 metres and resting on eight columns on either side. Next, head to the domed Chapter Hall and walk through the collection of carved cloisters that give access to the monaste...

  • Lagos: Private Powerboat Tour to Ponta da Piedade and more

    4. Lagos: Private Powerboat Tour to Ponta da Piedade and more

    Meet your local experienced skipper at the Marina, before setting off for an adrenaline-filled sightseeing adventure. You will take a cruise through the estuary of Lagos out to sea, passing the world-famous Praia da Batata and Praia Dona Ana Beaches. Admire the beautiful scenery of Ponta da Piedade and Porto de Mos, before heading along the coast to the volcanic rock formation of Rocha Nigra (Black Rock) and down to Praia da Luz. Your skipper will share facts and information about the area as you enjoy the views. After exploring the Algarve coastline at a comfortable pace, your tour guide will pick up the speed and head a little further out to sea. Admire a spectacular panoramic view of the coastline from this unique point of view before heading back to the Marina.

  • Coimbra Fado Concert

    5. Coimbra Fado Concert

    Coimbra's fado is sung by students or former students of Coimbra. The songs are sung in Portuguese. The explanations will be in Portuguese and / or English. Did you know that Coimbra's fado is only sung by men? Come and discover the solution. The concert lasts between 45 to 50 minutes, at the end of the concert, a glass of port wine will be served. A very popular place, when booking, we guarantee your place for the 6 pm session. People are advised to arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled time, in order to choose the best place.

  • From Lisbon: Fatima, Batalha, Nazare, & Obidos Private Tour

    6. From Lisbon: Fatima, Batalha, Nazare, & Obidos Private Tour

    Enjoy the convenience of being picked up at your hotel in Lisbon and then being driven directly to the Sanctuary of Fatima. See the Chapel of the Apparitions, which stands at the center of the sanctuary. The Chapel was originally constructed by local villagers shortly after the 3 shepherd children first saw a vision of the Virgin Mary. Admire the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, a gorgeous Neo-Baroque structure built in 1928 that houses the tombs of the children including Sister Lucia. Enter the modern and stark Basilica of Santissima Trindade. Designed by Greek architect Alexandros Tombazis, this impressive Basilica is over 40,000 square meters and can seat 8,000 people. Visit the Batalha Monastery, a stunning masterpiece of Gothic architecture with splashes of the Manueline style. Look up at the monastery's many exquisite stained glass windows. Witness the kaleidoscopic effect of t...

  • From Lisbon: Half-Day Trip to Fátima

    7. From Lisbon: Half-Day Trip to Fátima

    Begin your amazing journey by meeting your friendly local guide at your accommodation. Sit back & relax while traveling to the center of Portugal and hearing about the region. After driving 150 kilometers (90 miles) north of Lisbon, arrive at your first destination, the region of Fátima. Explore the religious capital of Portugal. Visit the Chapel of Apparitions to see the stone pillar that marks the spot where the Virgin Mary appeared, the Shrine, the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fátima. Enjoy free time to enjoy the sight. Learn interesting facts about Fátima and Portuguese Catholic and religious traditions from your guide. At the other end of Fatima’s Shrine is the Most Holy Trinity Church (Lesser Basilica, from 2007). Witness this modern piece of architecture. In 1917 a religious event changed the history of this location forever. 3 shepherds witnessed successive apparition...

  • From Lisbon: Town-Hopping Transfer to Porto

    8. From Lisbon: Town-Hopping Transfer to Porto

    Portugal is a country rich in history and culture, and this is your chance to explore some of the most beautiful and intriguing places to grace its lands. Stop by the medieval village of Obidos for a trip back in time, where you can wander through the narrow streets full of traditional shops and white-painted houses. Discover the Sanctuary of Fatima and take an optional mass at the Chapel of the Apparitions, explore the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary built in a Neo Baroque style and see the grand, modern Basilica of Santissima Trindade. Continue on to Coimbra for a visit to the oldest university in Europe. Coimbra´s University is home to the 18th century Joanine library and is one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. Take a stroll to Coimbra´s charming downtown district where countless cafes, pastry shops and restaurants await your discovery. If you feel so inclined, choos...

    We are told that the European's oldest University is so crowd and we have only twenty minutes to look outside. So we change to the other site where we only had seventy minutes to walk and have lunch. The Obido village and Fatima are OK. The guide introduced us in the car and let us visiting by ourselves.

  • From Porto: Aveiro and Ílhavo Full-Day Tour

    9. From Porto: Aveiro and Ílhavo Full-Day Tour

    Explore the canals that run through the city of Aveiro and admire the foot bridges, Art Nouveau buildings and colorful moliceiro boats typical of the region. Benefit from pick-up at 8:00 AM and head to Aveiro on the Ria de Aveiro lagoon. Explore the historic center and marvel at the salt marshes. Climb aboard a moliceiro boat and cruise along the waterways looking for stork nests. Walk around the fish market, and explore the Natural Reserve of the São Jacinto Dunes. Go to the Lighthouse of Praia da Barra and see the beach houses of Praia da Costa Nova in Ílhavo. Get dropped off at your accommodation at around 6:00 PM.

    Our tour guide Wilson was amazing! Very knowledgeable, attentive and fun. I was surprised to find this tour also going to Fatima and Coimbra, as that had not been in the description. But it meant I got to see more of Portugal that way.

  • Porto to Lisbon Transfer with Tour Enroute

    10. Porto to Lisbon Transfer with Tour Enroute

    Begin by visiting Coimbra University, the oldest in Europe. The Joanine Library was built in the 18th century on the former prison. Its decoration was finished in the 18th century and the renovation included ceiling frescoes by Mestre António Ribeiro and Vicente Nunes. The portrait of Dom Joao V was done by the Italian Domenico Dupra. Visit other interesting places at the University including Saint Michel Chapel, Sala dos Capelos, and the cabra (bell) tower. Then, head downtown, between the Mondego river and the University, to a street where you can relax and get lost in the charming city. You will find countless cafes, pastry shops, and restaurants. Rich in culture and with unforgettable gastronomy, this area has been the commercial center of the city for hundreds, if not thousands of years, maintaining its genuine atmosphere and unique personality.  Choose to visit either Fat...

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What people are saying about Centro Region

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 17 reviews

Very friendly, interesting tour, history, legends, social facts, with a friendly, professional guide, witty and serious with great intelligence. Exciting tour because of the socio-cultural discoveries that it generates, without trouble all the pleasure of eyes and ears. Thanks to Christian for these discoveries.

An excellent value for the cost. Plenty of time at Fatima to attend mass and see the rest of the square and new cathedral. John was an excellent driver, great conversationalist, and willing to answer questions and give historical content.

Guide was very punctual and very friendly. Gave us enough informaron without overloading and gave us time to explore the places by ourselves.

Our family enjoyed this activity, our guide was very detailed and funny. I recommend everyone that visit Aveiro to do it

Very nice ride and the best skipper you can imagine