Lisbon to Fatima: Full-day Tour to Fátima, Nazaré, Óbidos and Batalha from LisbonDay trips and Excursions

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Lisbon to Fatima: Full-day Tour to Fátima, Nazaré, Óbidos and Batalha from Lisbon

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About this experience

✔ Health & safety measures apply
✔ Best-in-class experience
✔ No booking fees

DURATION: 11 hours
MEETING POINT: Grayline Kiosk at Eduardo VII Park, next to Marques de Pombal Roundabou
STARTING TIME: 9.00 am
LANGUAGES: English, Portuguese, and Spanish
OPENING SEASONS: Year-round
WHO CAN COME: Lisbon to Fatima is suitable for everyone. Children should be accompanied by an adult

Overview

Join a Lisbon to Fatima day trip and visit the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima, one of the world’s most popular pilgrimage destinations for the Catholic faithful. You’ll also visit Óbidos, one of the most important Medieval Villages in Portugal, and stop to see the Monastery of Batalha.

◾ Visit the Sanctuary of Fátima popular pilgrimage destination and the Monastery of Batalha, one of the most charming Gothic monuments in Europe
◾ Explore Óbidos, one of the most important Medieval Villages in Portugal, known as the wedding present town
◾ Have lunch in Nazaré, a traditional fishing village and visit its historical center

About this experience

✔ Health & safety measures apply
✔ Best-in-class experience
✔ No booking fees

DURATION: 11 hours
MEETING POINT: Grayline Kiosk at Eduardo VII Park, next to Marques de Pombal Roundabou
STARTING TIME: 9.00 am
LANGUAGES: English, Portuguese, and Spanish
OPENING SEASONS: Year-round
WHO CAN COME: Lisbon to Fatima is suitable for everyone. Children should be accompanied by an adult

Description - What to expect

Meet your guide and start your Lisbon to Fatima tour heading to Óbidos, a medieval village surrounded by walls built in the XIV century. It is one of the most picturesque towns in Portugal, known for its winding streets and medieval structures, castle walls, and handicraft shops.

Then, continue to Nazaré, a traditional fishing village, to visit its historical center. Here you can choose to have a traditional lunch or instead spend time exploring the small town. Afterward, we continue to Batalha, to visit the Gothic Church of the Monastery of Batalha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. King John I of Portugal built the monastery to give thanks to the Virgin Mary over a battle against Spanish troops in 1385.

Last but not least on this Lisbon to Fatima tour is a visit to the actual Fátima Sanctuary, the center of the Catholic Faith and worldwide pilgrimage. Explore the Sanctuary with the Chapel of the Apparitions and the Basilica, and learn about the miracle of the apparition of the Virgin to local shepherd children in 1917, before starting your return journey back to Lisbon.

Free Cancellation

Free cancellation is available for this Lisbon to Fatima up to 48 hours before the start of the experience

What's included, what's not

✔ Transport and guided visit
✔ Entrance and visit to the churches of the Monastery of Batalha
✔ Visit and free time in the Shrine of Fatima Sanctuary
✖ Foof and drinks
✖ Hotel pick-up and drop-off

Description - What to expect

Meet your guide and start your Lisbon to Fatima tour heading to Óbidos, a medieval village surrounded by walls built in the XIV century. It is one of the most picturesque towns in Portugal, known for its winding streets and medieval structures, castle walls, and handicraft shops.

Then, continue to Nazaré, a traditional fishing village, to visit its historical center. Here you can choose to have a traditional lunch or instead spend time exploring the small town. Afterward, we continue to Batalha, to visit the Gothic Church of the Monastery of Batalha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. King John I of Portugal built the monastery to give thanks to the Virgin Mary over a battle against Spanish troops in 1385.

Last but not least on this Lisbon to Fatima tour is a visit to the actual Fátima Sanctuary, the center of the Catholic Faith and worldwide pilgrimage. Explore the Sanctuary with the Chapel of the Apparitions and the Basilica, and learn about the miracle of the apparition of the Virgin to local shepherd children in 1917, before starting your return journey back to Lisbon.