Pilgrimage Excursions And You….
Tour #5 ‘options’
Tours #I, and #2, start from Biarritz or Lourdes Airport depending on tour and date you selected. Optional excursions start/end in Biarritz. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Pilgrimage and Excursion tour options available are as follows;
#1, Start Lourdes end Biarritz
#2, Start Biarritz end Biarritz
#3, Buglose/Ranquines start/end Biarritz
#4, Excursions to El Pilar, Torreciudad, Zaragoza.
#4, Excursions to Fatima Portugal, Montserrat/Barcelona.
#4, Excursion to Nevers France.
#5, Visit Bordeaux, Toulouse, Madrid, Barcelona, and Pamplona
#6, Pan European travel and destinations
If you plan to visit both Lourdes (France) and Fatima (Portugal), we can assist you with your organization of that trip to suit your needs and budget.
Tour Excursions #I, and #2, start from Biarritz or Lourdes Airport depending on the excursion/tour and date selected. Optional excursions start and end in Biarritz. Contact email@example.com for more information (video)
Optional tour excursions #4 to Bordeaux, Toulouse, Madrid, Barcelona, and Pamplona are customized to suit your needs and budget, Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information..
Bordeaux is undoubtedly the most famous wine region in the world. Saint Émilion where many of Bordeaux’s top wines come from, is undoubtedly the unofficial wine capital of the world. Bordeaux is also known as little Paris, and a great place to visit. The city centre is on the UNESCO World Heritage List (like Saint Émilion) (video)
Toulouse is feisty and full of history, located in southwestern France it is one of the most enjoyable cities in the country. It is 2000 years old and known as the ‘Pink City’ and is a large modern, city known for art, history and culture. (Video)
Toulouse is the fourth largest city in France, partly because of the aerospace industry which is the largest centre for aerospace in all of Europe as the home of the European Airbus headquarters and the French space agency. (Video)
Madrid is the capital of Spain and is also known as Villa y Corte. It is the biggest city in the country and the third largest in the European Union after London and Berlin. with over 3 million inhabitants After London and Berlin. It is the Largest bullfighting area in Spain, The Prado Museum has one of the finest collections of European art in the world. The University of Salamanca located in Madrid is one of the four oldest educational Institutions in Europe. (video)
Barcelona is the capital city of Catalonia in Spain, and Spain’s second city. It is the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea. Founded as a Roman city, in the Middle Ages. Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Luis Domènech i Montaner. It is one of the world’s leading tourist, economic, trade fair and cultural centers (video)
Pamplona, famous for the Running Of The Bulls held every July; this region boasts 16 century palaces, rich culture and a long history of decisive battles between kings who ruled the region. It is the historical capital of the Basque Country. Founded by the Romans, it passed through the hands of both Visigoths and Muslims. It is situated at the beginning of the Camino de Santiago (Video)