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CENTER AND NORTH

Culture & Gastronomy

7 Days

This tour will take you to one of the largest Catholic shrines in the world, Fátima, and to the north of Portugal. The vibrant city of Porto is famous for its imposing bridges and narrow streets along the River Douro and, of course, for the production of Port wine. Be amazed by the historical heritage of Guimarães, Braga and Viana do Castelo and the natural landscape of the Peneda Gerês National Park. If you're a nature lover, this tour will be unforgettable!
It's well worth a try!

Points of interest:
Óbidos Town and Castle
Fatima Shrine
Batalha Monastery
Moeda Caves
Mira de Aire Caves

Where to stay:
Parque de campervans de Fátima
Campsite Alvorão

Points of interest:
Fado at the Center
Joanina Library
University of Coimbra
Machado Castro Museum
Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Velha
Church and Monastery of Santa Cruz

Where to stay:
Coimbra Camping & Bungalows

Points of interest:
Dom Luís Bridge
Ribeira Quay
Porto City Park
Lello Bookshop
Bom Sucesso Market
House of Music

Where to stay:
Orbitur Canidelo
Orbitur Angeiras

Points of interest:
Historic center of Guimarães
Palace of the Dukes of Bragança
Bom Jesus do Monte
Sanctuary of Saint Lucy
Gil Eanes ship

Where to stay:
Orbitur Viana do Castelo

Points of interest:
Soajo and Lindoso
Vilarinho das Furnas
Fecha das Barjas Waterfall
Pedra Bela Belvedere
Albergaria Forest
Arado Waterfall and Portela do Homem

Where to stay:
Ermida Geres Camping

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