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$2,995 USD* / $3,395 CAN*

 

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Spain Pilgrimage Tour

Discover the town Zaragoza, it has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Aljaferia Palace, and La Seo Cathedral

 

DAY 1: HOME – BARCELONA

Board your transatlantic flights and fly through the night to Spain

 

DAY 2: BARCELONA

Bienvenido a Espana! Meet your Prométour Tour Director upon arrival at the airport

Transfer to your hotel to drop off your luggage

While in Barcelona travel by walking or taking public transportation

Follow your Tour Director on a walk down La Rambla; start at Placa de Catalunya, stop at Placa Real, and end your walk at the towering Columbus Monument

Enjoy some leisure time at the Barceloneta, the seafront of Barcelona

Dinner at a local restaurant

Overnight accommodation in Barcelona

 

DAY 3: BARCELONA

Breakfast at the hotel

Explore Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter; the area around the Cathedral was the early Roman city of Barcino. See the four columns from the Temple of Augustus which dates back to the first century BC

Enter the Cathedral de Barcelona, built in the 16th century

Pick-up food at a local market and have a picnic at Park Guell, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and an Art Nouveau extravaganza of pieces by Antoni Gaudi

Visit Gaudi’s most famous and persistent work, the unfinished Sagrada Familia

Explore the city at your own pace!

Dinner at a local restaurant

Overnight accommodation in Barcelona

 

DAY 4: BARCELONA – ZARAGOZA

Breakfast at the hotel

Board your bus and travel to Zaragoza

Lunch on your own upon arrival

Discover the town Zaragoza, it has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Aljaferia Palace, and La Seo Cathedral. Both landmarks are part of the Mudejar Architecture of Aragon

Enter the Basilica de Pilar, it is reputed to be the first church dedicated to Mary in history

Have dinner at a local restaurant with your group

Overnight accommodation in Zaragoza

 

DAY 5: ZARAGOZA – BURGOS

Breakfast at the hotel

Board your bus and travel to Burgos

Lunch on your own upon arrival

Enjoy a bike ride and explore El Camino de Santiago, the 13th stage on the pilgrimage from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port

Enter the Burgos Cathedral and admire it’s Romanesque and Gothic architecture style

Dinner at a local restaurant

Overnight accommodation in Burgos

 

DAY 6: BURGOS – OVIEDO

Breakfast at the hotel

Board your bus and travel to Oviedo

Lunch on your own

Meet a local guide and learn all about the city of Oviedo; See its superb medieval old town and enter the Cathedral of San Salvador

Spend some time at Plaza del Fontac, used as a market place for centuries

Dinner at a local restaurant

Overnight accommodation in Oviedo

 

DAY 7: OVIEDO – SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

Breakfast at the hotel

Board your bus and continue your route to Santiago de Compostela

As your getting closer, stop at Monte Gozo to admire the view for the city and walk the last 5 kilometers to the Shrine of St-John

Lunch on your own upon arrival

Meet a local guide for a tour of the city and a visit of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Dinner at a local restaurant

Overnight accommodation in Santiago de Compostela

 

DAY 8: SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA – MADRID

Breakfast at the hotel

Board your bus and travel to Leon

Lunch on your own upon arrival

With the help of your Tour Director, discover the city of Leon! Make sure to stop by the Gothic Cathedral and Casa Botines

Enter the Basilica of San Isidoro, one of the most important Romanesque work of art where the thousand years old frescoes are underline beautifully

Dinner at a local restaurant

Overnight accommodation in Leon

 

DAY 9: LEON – MADRID

Breakfast at the hotel

Board your bus for the final stretch to Madrid

Explore the Parque El Retiro; it belonged to the Spanish Monarchy and is now one of Madrid’s largest public parks

Have some leisure time at the Puerta Del Sol, one of the best known and busiest places in Madrid; admire the buildings, people watch and look for the plaque indicating KM Zero for the roads of Spain

Enjoy a typical bocadillo de jamon serrano con queso manchego for dinner!

Overnight accommodation in Madrid

 

DAY 10: MADRID – HOME

Breakfast at the hotel

Transfer by bus to the airport

Say a fond Hasta Luego to your Prométour Tour Director

Board your transatlantic flight from Madrid and fly back home

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