Oldest Pilgrimage Route



Overnight flight to Paris, France. Dinner and breakfast served in flight.

Day 2: PARIS (D)

Upon arrival in the French capital, you`ll be greeted by your tour guide. Start with an orientation drive through Paris which highlights the Champs Elysees, l’Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. Check-in your hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: PARIS (B)

We celebrate Mass at the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal where the Blessed virgin spoke to Catherine Laboure and pilgrims venerate the effigy of the saint. Next we visit Notre Dame Cathedral. Remainder of the day free for souvenir shopping.


We depart the City of Lights via TGV ( the world`s fastest train) to Lourdes. Upon arrival check-in your hotel. After dinner we`ll join pilgrims from all over the world in a torchlight procession along Esplanade.

Day 5: LOURDES (B,L,D)

We celebrate Mass at the famous Grotto of Massabielle where in 1858 the Virgin Mary appeared to Bernadette. A guided walk takes us to the home of St. Bernadette, the Basilica of the Rosary, the Upper Basilica dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, and the Basilica of St. Pius X, the world’s largest underground church. After dinner you have the opportunity to join the candlelight procession.

Day 6 – Lourdes – Pamplona- Santo Domingo de la Calzada- Burgos(B,D)

Leaving Lourdes we motor through spectacular mountain scenery on our way to the medieval city of Pamplona, capital of the Navarre region and famous for its Running of the Bulls which takes place every year in early July. Next we continue to Santo Domingo de la Calzada where we visit the Cathedral. You`ll enjoy hearing about the legend of the Hen and  Rooster leading to  the saying  `where the roosters crow after being roasted`.  Afterwards we head for the historical city of Burgos on the Camino for dinner and overnight.

Day 7 – Burgos –Leon –  Astorga – Santiago de Compostela (B,D)

After Mass at the Gothic Cathedral of Burgos containing the tomb of the mythical warrior figure `El Cid`, we continue along the pilgrims`route to Leon, best known for its magnificent stained glass window Cathedral. Following the Camino de Santiago we stop in Astorga to view the Bishop`s Palace housing a museum dedicated to the Way of St. James.  Afterwards we are on to our final destination, Santiago de Compostela. Dinner and overnight.


In 812, the grave of St. James was discovered by a hermit. He had been led to the spot by a bright star, hence the name Compostela, or field of stars. A church was erected over the site, now the monumental Cathedral begun in the 11th century. Under its magnificent tympanum, Christ is enthroned surrounded by angels and the saints. We celebrate Mass and join our prayers with the millions who have prayed here before us. We visit the Cathedral, its museum, and the inn for royal pilgrims. The latter is a luxury hotel now said by many to be the world`s most stunning. This afternoon we join a walking tour to the beautiful Plaza de la Quintana and San Martin Monastery.


We head south and cross into Portugal on our way to Porto, famous for its port wine. During our city drive along cobbled streets we see the stock exchange with its famed Arabian Hall, the Tower of Clerics, and the Cathedral. Later we continue to Batalha to see the extraordinary church dedicated to the victory of Portugal`s independence. On to Fatima for dinner and overnight. You may wish to join other pilgrims for the candlelight procession.

Day 10: FATIMA  (B,L,D)

Mass at the Chapel of the Apparitions. Our guided morning visits include the Basilica, the site of Francisco’s and Jacinta’s graves, the hamlet of the Aljustrel where the children lived, and Valinhos, site of Our Lady’s appearance after the children’s return from prison. Tonight we join the special candlelight procession


After breakfast we proceed to Lisbon. A drive through the Portuguese capital features Belem Tower, Jeronimo’s Monastery, Christ the King Statue, and St. Anthony’s birthplace. Tonight you have the opportunity to enjoy an optional Fado night.


We motor through the serene Portuguese countryside and cross into Spain on our way to the walled city of Salamanca. We stop at Plaza Major, considered the most grandiose of Spain, its magnificent cathedral and the House of Shells, covered with scallop shells in honor of the pilgrimage to St. James in Santiago de Compostela. Check-in and dinner at our hotel.

Day 13 – Salamanca – Alba de Tormes – Avila — Madrid( B,D)

We depart Salamanca for  Alba de Tormes where St. Teresa, a Doctor of the church , died.  Her body and relics are preserved in the Carmelite convent here. Then we continue to the impressive  walled city of Avila, birthplace of St. Teresa. Our visits include the cathedral, the monument marking her birthplace, and her convent.  Afterwards we continue to Madrid. Our drive through the Spanish capital features Gran Via past Puerta del Sol, El Retiro Park, modern Plaza de Espana and concluding with a stop at monumental Plaza Major. Dinner and overnight .

Day 14 – Madrid (B)

A free day for independent exploration, a visit to famous El Prado Museum or perhaps a visit to the Royal Palace. Tonight you may wish to enjoy a relaxing dinner at one of the numerous sidewalk cafes or enjoy a traditional Flamenco show


The time has come to say `adios`as we transfer to the airport for our flight back home.

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