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    Day 1 - Manila - Lisbon
    departure Manila on board Emirates Airlines. Enjoy inflight meals and entertainment.

    Day 2 - Lisbon
    Arrival in Lisbon, upon arrival the group will be met by an English speaking guide for a brief orientation
    tour before heading to your hotel. Your informative local guide will tell you about Portugal's Restoration
    years and what effect this period had on the places you will see during your three hour tour. Your first
    visit the district of Belem. Belem's most famous features are the 16th century Tower of Belem and the
    Jeronimos Monastery. You'll also see Monument to the Discoveries, erected in 1960 to honor the 500th
    anniversary of the death of Henry the Navigator. Then transfer to hotel for check-in.

    Day 3 - Lisbon - Fatima - Obidos - Nazare- Lisbon
    After breakfast, head north on a day trip to the beautiful villages of Fatima, Nazare and Obidos. Get
    comfortable in air condioned vehicle as you start your journey toward the town of Fatima, a once-sleepy
    rural village that became an important pilgrimage site when three shepherd children reported apparitions
    of the Virgin Mary in 1917. Visit the Sanctuary of Fatima, a basilica that honors the apparition and attracts
    millions of Catholic pilgrims every year who go to pay their respects to the shrine. Next, visit the 14th century
    Batalha Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that illustrates the rich artistic heritage of the late 1300s.
    Discover the Impressive royal burial site at the basilica's Founders Chapel, where King Joao I, Queen
    Philippa of Lancaster and their son Prince Henry The Navigator were buried. Next, Head to Nazare cliffs and
    continue through the picturesque villages of Foz do Arelho and Sao Martinho do Porto. Finally, make your way
    to the medieval village of Obidos. Founded in 208 BC, Obidos is commonly known in Portugal as the "wedding
    present town" as it was a gift from King Dinis to Queen Isabel on their wedding day in 1282.

    Day 4 - Lisbon - Merida - Seville
    After breakfast, early morning departure to Merida. The political and cultural center of Hispania Rome, Merida
    was political and cultural center of Hispania Rome, Merida was conquered by the Muslims in 713 A.D. After a
    500 year period of decline, the city was virtually abandoned until the 1500's. Visit the Roman Ruins, before
    heading to your final destination for today. Seville. Upon arrival in Seville you will check in at your hotel
    followed by dinner.

    Day 5 - Seville
    After breakfast leave your hotelfor your full day sightseeing tour around spectacular - Seville - the capital of
    Spain's Andalucia region. The lavish square in Maria Luisa Park  and learn of its creation for the 1929 Ibero -
    American Expositions World's Fair. As you travel, your guide will point out other top Seville attractions like the
    Palace of San Telmo and Torre del Oro - an eye catching building that once held precious metals from America.
    Continue through Seville's Santa Cruz quarter and you'll soon understand why so many describe it as city's
    prettiest neighborhood. Watch out for two UNESCO World Heritage listed attractions here ( Royal Alcazar Palace
    (or Real Alcazar Palace as it's known in Spain) and Seville Cathedral, then visit the Bullring of the Royal
    Maestranza musuem to explore at leisure. Dinner.

    Day 6 - Seville - Cordoba - Madrid
    Early morning departure from your hotel and head to Cordoba. A highlight of your tour of Cordoba is a visit to
    the Catholic cathedral, converted from a mosque when the Christians conquered Cordoba in 1236. With nearly
    1,000 pillars, the cathedral's original Gothic architecture is combined with Baroque and Renaissance elements.
    You'll see the remarkable Cardinal's Chapel and its treasures, including an ivory crucifix and important
    sculptures and paintings. Next you'll visit the old Jewish quarter, stepping back in time to the era of the Romans
    and Goths. You will see one of the few synagogues existing today in Spain, built in 1315, as well as many
    important sons, including the Roman philosopher Seneca, Arabian philosopher Averroes and the Jewish
    philosopher Maimonides. Then head on to Madrid.

    Day 7 - Madrid - Toledo
    After breakfast, transfer to Toledo, for your sightseeing tour, travel southwest to Toledo - an ancient UNESCO
    listed city that is often considered as the spiritual capital if Spain. Our guide will chat to you about the ancient city
    and its countless attractions. The journey takes roughly an hour, leaving you with a good three hours in town to see
    the city highlights. Many attractions are clustered around the Old town, so head there first to see Cathedral de
    Toledo a Mujedar and Renaissance building that represents the heart of Catholic Spain. Then after lunch back to
    Madrid for your shopping the whole afternoon, before you proceed to dinner, then back to hotel.

    Day 8 - Madrid - Barcelona
    You will discover that Madrid is a multifaceted city, from its Arab origins, through to the heady nightlife of present
    day Madrid. You will also have the opportunity to explore Madrid by foot, on two walking tours. In Madrid Rio,
    the city's newest area, enjoy a walk from the Puente del Rey to the Puente de Segovia, and admire the beautiful
    sights of the Royal Palace and its gardens. Later, discover the center of Madrid as you walk from the Plaza de la
    Villa to the Plaza Mayor, while learning interesting facts from your guide.

    Day 9 - Barcelona
    Discover the exuberance and beauty of Barcelona on a 4.5 hour morning tour of this exquisite Catalan city.  Perfect
    for first time visitors, this tour is the ideal introduction to Barcelona's famous sights, including the Barcelona
    cathedral, Gothic quarter, the Olympic Village (Vila Olimpica) and the beautiful Montjuic castle. Sample a glass of
    cava at the Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol), then take in aerial views of Barcelona's skyline and the city harbor
    from a cable car (included). Then we set your afternoon for shopping.

    Day 10 - Barcelona - Zaragosa - Lourdes
    Early morning departure from Zaragosa and head to Lourdes. Lourdes is a small market town lying in the foothills
    of the Pyrenees, famous for the Marian apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes said to have occurred in 1858 to
    Bernadette Soubirous. Upon arrival check in at your hotel.

    Day 11 - Lourdes
    Visit the sanctuary of our Lady of Lourdes, which is the are surrounding the Grotto of Massabielle, where Virgin
    Mary (Our lady of Lourdes) appeared to the 14 year old Bernadette Soubirous 18 times in 1858. Bernadette went
    on to be canonized as a saint in 1933. Famous for these apparitions, Lourdes has become a major European
    pilgrimage site. Check out the Statue of The Crowned Virgin Mary, which stands in the impressive Rosary Square,
    across from the Rosary Basilica (Basilique Notre Dame du Rosaire). Another must see sight is the small spring
    inside the Grotto of Massabielle,

    Day 12 - Lourdes - Avignon
    Bid farewell to Lourdes as you head off to Avignon which is often referred to as the "City of Popes" because of the
    presence of popes and antipopes from 1309 to 1423 during the catholic schism, it is currently the largest city and
    capital of the departement of Vaucluse. This is one of the few French cities to have preserved its ramparts. In
    addition its historic centre, the palace of the popes, Rocher des Doms, and the bridge of Avignon are well-
    preserved. It was classified a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Upon arrival check in to your hotel.

    Day 13 - Avignon - Gordes Nice
    After breakfast , head west and visit one of the village of Luberon, Gordes. Spend some time in this lovely village,
    before heading to Nice.

    Day 14 - Nice - Monaco - Montecarlo - Nice
    Board your coach and enjoy a scenic drive to the glamorous Principality of Monaco you'll enjoy panoramic views
    of Villefrance over Cap Ferrat, the Bay of Billionaires and its famous villas. The drive along the lower Corniche
    takes you to the Old town of Monte Carlo, where you will have free time (45 minutes) to visit the palace (open
    June-Oct, cathedral, stunning gardens and see the changing of the Palace Guards at 11:55am. (morning tour only).
    Continue your tour of the principality by following the Formula One Grand Prix circuit. Stop to see the the
    Luxurious Monte Carlo casino, mega yachts and chic boutiques.

    Day 15 - Nice - Manila
    After breakfast, time is free until your transfer to the airport for your flight back to Manila.

    Day 16 - Arrival - Manila
    Home sweet Home!!!!



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