YMT Vacations Introduces New Spain Catholic Pilgrimage Tour

YMT Vacations, a leading provider of affordable tour and cruise packages, is introducing a “Spain Catholic Pilgrimage Tour.” The 14-day tour explores some of the Iberian Peninsula’s most historic religious sites and delves into the history of the region’s deeply rooted Catholic traditions. Additionally, guests will have the opportunity to celebrate Mass at renowned churches such as the Covent of St. Theresa, the Cathedral of Burgos, and the Barcelona Cathedral.

“Although many Catholic pilgrimages explore Italy and the Vatican, we wanted to create a truly unique itinerary focusing on the many important religious monuments and churches in Spain and Portugal” commented Jerre Fuqua, President of YMT Vacations. “From La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona to Basilica of Fatima in Fatima, our pilgrimage provides believers an opportunity to explore their faith in countries noted for their long-standing Catholic traditions.”

The 14-day Spain Catholic Pilgrimage is priced from $2,099 per person and departs April 9, 2013. The Spanish portion of the pilgrimage includes stops in Madrid, Toledo, Segovia, Avila, Salamanca, Burgos, Santiago de Compostela, and Barcelona. Highlights include a visit to the Convent of St. Theresa, traveling along The Way of St. James Pilgrimage, and celebrating Mass at the magnificent Burgos Cathedral. While in Portugal, travelers will visit the city of Fatima to view the Shrine of Our Lady and the city of Braga for private Mass at one of the oldest archdioceses in the world. Travelers will also visit Lourdes, France, the most popular Marian shrine in Europe and home to St. Bernadette.

For more information about YMT’s Spain Catholic Pilgrimage Tour, to request a brochure, or to make a reservation, contact YMT Vacations at 1-800-922-9000 or visit the website at www.ymtvacations.com.

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