France Rome Italy
- Round trip transatlantic airfare from Washington DC.*
- Accommodations at first class tourist hotels,
- Daily breakfast and dinner,
- Guided tours, sightseeing as indicated in the itinerary and admission fees,
- Professional tour Director,
- Daily Mass,
- Transportation by air conditioned motorcoach,
- Hotel taxes, service charges and baggage handling
- Return Economy Class Airfare
- Trade fairs surcharges will be applicable on specific departure dates
- Any other expenses of personal nature
- Portages at hotels, airport and sea ports
- Standard Check-in:1500hrs Check-out: 1100 hrs (early check-in is subject to availability)
- Anything not mentioned in the cost inclusions list, such as currency fluctuation i.e. currently taken as 01 EUR = INR 75. ROE: Rate of Exchange as on the date of final payment will be applicable
- GST OF 5.0% ON TOTAL PACKAGE
Day 1,DEPART USA
Takeoff from Washington DC Dulles Airport at 2: 32 PM with a medium-term trip to Lisbon. Supper and breakfast are served on board.
Day 2, ARRIVAL in LISBON, SANTAREM, FATIMA, PORTUGAL
After landing to Lisbon at 8:20 AM and join an introduction voyage through Lisbon, including a visit to Church of St. Antony. Proceed to the town of Santarem for a short visit, one of the most seasoned urban communities on the planet. We will stroll through the tight boulevards to the Church of St Stephen, containing the most seasoned recorded Eucharistic marvel. See the 750 years of age Holy Miracle of Santarem, a relic of the Bleeding Host. Stolen by a lady in installment to an alchemist, the host starts to produce a splendid light emission and started to lavishly drain. Respectfully came back to the congregation of St Stephen, this wonder has been on constant show since 1269. In the late evening, we drive to close-by Fatima, the area of the Blessed Mother who showed up in 1917 to three basic shepherd kids and urged humanity to petition God for world peace. In the wake of sinking into your lodging, evening mass at the Basilica and a short time later, you may take an interest in the candlelight parade or unwind. Supper and medium-term in Fatima.
Day 3, FATIMA, PORTUGAL
After breakfast, we will praise morning Mass at the Little Chapel of the Apparitions. We will visit Fatima and see the Basilica, site of Francesco and Jacinta’s graves, the Hamlet of Aljustrel, where the youngsters lived; and Valinhos, the site of Our Lady’s appearance after the kids’ arrival from jail. We will then take after the Stations of the Cross along the Via Sacra (The Sacred Way) worked by Hungarian displaced people and end in the Chapel of Calvary, which neglects all of Fatima. We will join pioneers from around the globe in a night candlelight parade to ask the rosary. Keep in mind your white tissue for the ‘goodbye,’ when a huge number of pioneers wave an adoring goodbye to the statue of Our Lady of the Rosary. In the late evening, we will watch the video introduction. Supper and medium-term in Fatima.
Day 4, FATIMA, OUR LADY OF PENAFRANCIA SALAMANCA, SPAIN
After breakfast, we will praise morning Mass at the Little Chapel of the Apparitions. We will leave for Salamanca, Spain. In transit we will visit places identified with Our Lady of Penafrancia. Supper and medium-term in Salamanca
Day 5, SALAMANCA, SPAIN to LOURDES, FRANCE
After breakfast, we will drive through the Pyrenees Mountains to Lourdes. Night mass at the Basilica in Lourdes. Supper and medium-term in Lourdes.
Day 6, LOURDES, FRANCE
After breakfast morning Mass at the Grotto of our Lady. Partake in the strolling voyage through Lourdes and the Way of the Cross. Lourdes is the origin of St. Bernadette to whom Our Lady showed up in 1858 close to the Grotto of Massabielle. Set aside time for individual Devotions, drink Holy Water, visit the Miraculous Baths and appreciate a video introduction of the narrative of Our Lady. Guided visit to the Museum and St. Bernadette’s House. Take an interest at night Candlelight Procession. Supper and medium-term in Lourdes
Day 7, LOURDES to NICE FRANCE
Subsequent to morning Mass, we will drive to Nice for supper and medium-term.
Day 8, NICE, FRANCE to ASSISI, ITALY
After breakfast, we will drive to the journey focal point of Assisi, where St Francis tended poor people and wiped out and established the Franciscan request. Supper and medium-term in Assisi
Day 9,ASSISI-ROME, ITALY
After breakfast we will observe Mass at the tomb of St Francis. Investigate the curious peak origination of St Francis, which still holds an untainted quality like the mid 1200’s the point at which he started his mministry. Visit the immense thirteenth century Basilica containing a significant number of St. Francis’ belonging and a progression of frescoes delineating his life. You will see and stoop before the “talking Ccrucifix” from which Jesus addressed St. Francis, requesting that he remake His congregation. This was St Mary of the Angels Basilica, where St Francis consumed the greater part of his time on earth. Here we visit the Chapel, Portiuncola, the flower shrubbery, and the give in where the holy person resigned for supplication. After our visit in Assisi, we will proceed with our outing to ‘Interminable City Rome. Supper and medium-term in Rome
Day 10, PAPAL AUDIENCE, VATICAN CITY
After breakfast we will withdraw for the Papal Audience (contingent on accessibility) in the fantastic St. Subside’s Square and see the Basilica of St. Subside in Vatican City. Evening available time in Vatican City. Supper and medium-term in Rome.
Day 11, CHRISTIAN ROME, MAJOR BASILICAS, VATICAN CITY and ROME, ITALY
After breakfast we will drive through Capitoline Hill, Roman Forum, Coliseum, and Arch of Constantine, Circus Maximus, Old Appian Way, and Palazzo Venezia. We will visit three noteworthy Basilicas: St Mary Major, one of the most established basilicas committed to the Blessed Virgin, after she appeared to Pope Liberius in 358 asking for a congregation be worked in her respect. This place of worship contains a relic from the Manger where the Infant Jesus was laid. The Basilica of the St John in Lateran, the previous living arrangement of the considerable number of popes before their arrival to Rome in 1377 church of the pope. Five ecumenical gatherings were held in this church lodging the remaining parts of 4 holy people. St Paul Outside the Walls, which houses the remaining parts of St. Paul under the principle holy place. Numerous relics are shown, alongside the chains that once bound the messenger while a detainee in Rome. Supper and medium-term in Rome
Day 12, DEPART ROME for USA
After breakfast, drive to Rome Airport to take a 10:50 AM trip to USA