This full-day tour is filled with unforgettable experiences. Admire art nouveau architecture and take a traditional boat tour around the canals of Ria de Aveiro.
Often touted as the “Venice of Portugal,” the charming regional capital of Aveiro is famed for its network of canals and bridges. Sail around the city on a “moliceiro,” a traditional local vessel, to appreciate the energy and the sights.
Historically, the port city’s main industries were fishing and salt. These days, the city is home to a lively student population who attend the University of Aveiro.
At the end, enjoy the walking in Fatima, said to be the Altar of the World. Many people experience inner peace in this special place, and there’s nothing better to feel in the end of this full day tour.
After a convenient hotel pickup, follow your guide through 2 amazing Portuguese cities — Aveiro and Fátima — with insightful commentary provided by a friendly and knowledgeable guide.
Take an idyllic cruise on the Moliceiro River, you’ll admire art-nouveau architecture and visit Costa Nova’s beaches, famed for their exotic bird species.
At Oficina do Doce you will have the opportunity to get to know all the historical surroundings associated with Eggs Moles and many other conventual sweets in the Aveiro Region. A didactic exhibition space, historically representative, where you can see live, with a lot of magic, the most traditional form of Soft Eggs.
It is undoubtedly one of the most striking images of Portuguese beaches, with their colorful “Palheiros”, bathing homes painted with colorful and contrasting stripes that, initially, were nothing more than warehouses to store the tools of fishing
You will taste delicious Portuguese food in a typical truly Portuguese restaurant and away from the tourist restaurants.
Fatima is one of the most important catholic shrines in the world dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Fatima’s Sanctuary welcomes millions of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world. Fatima’s fame is due to the Apparitions of Our Lady of the Rosary
The Mira d’Aire Caves were elected one of the seven natural wonders of Portugal and are widely known as the largest tourist caves in the country.