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Donna Virgilio

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Lilith Goddess Tour! Early Bird Pricing 2020

Portugal, Spain,Scotland, Ireland, & England

Portugal and Spain Goddess Tour 2020

August 30-September 6, 2020

Portugal and Spain Goddess and Sacred Site tour 2020

All day

Coimbra, Porto, Douro Valley, Peneda-Gerês National Park Santiago de Compostela - the epic Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route, Cape Finisterre, Costa da Morte, Madrid

Event Details

August 30-September 6, 2020

Portugal and Spain Goddess and Sacred Site tour 2020

Portugal and Spain Goddess and Sacred Site Tour with Donna Virgilio.  2-Countries

August 30-September 6, 2020

Explore the wonder of ancient civilizations of Europe

Porto created delicious drinks for religious ceremonies, the Romans shaped entire mountains in their pursuit of gold, and the 16th-century kings used their riches to build ostentatious plazas and palaces. On this journey, you leave behind the modern world and venture to the edge of ancient Europe to discover the tastes, traditions, and treasures of the past.


You wander through the cobbled lanes of Portugal’s old towns. You learn about the influential universities Goddess Temples. You explore the cathedral that marks the end of the world-famous pilgrimage route, the Camino de Santiago. And you experience some of the greatest achievements of the Roman Empire. It’s the perfect trip for someone who loves Goddess Herstory, sacred sites, delicious seafood, and stunning natural landscapes.


In Lisbon we visit the Roman “Temple of the Goddess Diana!” The Roman Temple of Évora. Évora has had its own fair share of rulers and because of this it has a number of diverse and interesting histories. This is why the town has many ancient structures that are pieces of evidence of Évora's past. Of these structures is the Roman Temple of the goddess Diana, a UNESCO world heritage site. This temple is one of the most preserved Roman temples in the country.


Cathedral of Évora

The Cathedral of Évora is the oldest monument in all of Évora and it sits on a hill in the city. The cathedral has many interesting sights for tourists, such as a cathedral museum which holds everything about the history of the place. Being the most important cathedral, it is the seat of the Archdiocese of Évora.

 

Coimbra, a riverfront city in central Portugal and the country’s former capital, is home to a preserved medieval old town and the historic University of Coimbra. Built on the grounds of a former palace, the university is famed for its baroque library, the Biblioteca Joanina, and its 18th-century bell tower. In the city’s old town lies the 12th-century Romanesque cathedral Sé Velha.


Our journey starts with a 45 minutes River Cruise to Aveiro. Aveiro is a Portuguese city located in the central region of Portugal, is considered the small Venice of Portugal. It is an important urban center, port, rail, university and tourist. Explore, shop,  and dine.


Porto - A historic center, charismatic locals, sumptuous food, and famous wine: no one can resist the charms of this UNESCO city.Porto gives you as much cobbled-street charm and dazzling ancient architecture Visit the Crystal Palace Gardens boast green shrubbery, winding walkways, bright flora and bubbling fountains. Wine Tasting! You'll find dozens of wine cellars scattered throughout Porto, and there's even a Port Wine Museum dedicated to teaching the history of the port wine trade and production development. 


Douro Valley - Admire steep terraced vineyards by the Douro River and indulge your taste buds with the finest ports and wines.  We will stop and visit a local vineyard.


Peneda-Gerês National Park - This national park protects an ecosystem, helps a local way of life stay alive, and leaves you speechless. The Park is in northern Portugal, near the Spanish border. Its rugged hills are home to deer, wolves and golden eagles. Trails include a Roman road studded with milestones. 


Santiago de Compostela - Combine artistic and spiritual delights when you visit this grand city, the final stop of the epic Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. Santiago de Compostela is the capital of northwest Spain’s Galicia region. It’s known as the culmination of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route, and the alleged burial site of the Biblical apostle St. James. His remains reputedly lie within the Catedral de Santiago de Compostela, consecrated in 1211, whose elaborately carved stone facades open onto grand plazas within the medieval walls of the old town. This famous pilgrimage site in north-west Spain became a symbol in the Spanish Christians' struggle against Islam. Destroyed by the Muslims at the end of the 10th century, it was completely rebuilt in the following century. With its Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque buildings, the Old Town of Santiago is one of the world's most beautiful urban areas. The oldest monuments are grouped around the tomb of St James and the cathedral, which contains the remarkable Pórtico de la Gloria.


Cape Finisterre - Stare into the horizon on this beautiful cape once believed to be the end of the known world.


Costa da Morte - Plunging cliffs, remote sandy beaches, and rocky headlands; this is the stunning and treacherous ‘Coast of Death’.


Las Médulas- Marvel at the reddish mountains that once watched over the most important gold mine in the entire Roman Empire.


Salamanca - Steeped in history and golden sandstone buildings, this university city has been a center for learning for centuries. 


El Escorial - Built at the end of the 16th century, this combination of royal institutions stands in a beautiful site at the foothills of the Sierra de Guadarrama, north-west of Madrid.


Madrid -Temple of Debod is an ancient Egyptian temple that was dismantled and rebuilt in Madrid, Spain.  The shrine was originally erected south of Aswan in Upper Egypt, very close to the first cataract of the Nile and to the great religious center in Philae dedicated to the goddess Isis. In the early 2nd century BC, Adikhalamani (Tabriqo), the Kushite king of Meroë, started its construction by building a small single-room chapel dedicated to the god Amun. It was built and decorated in a similar design to the later Meroitic chapel on which the Temple of Dakka is based. Later, during the reigns of Ptolemy VI, Ptolemy VIII, and Ptolemy XII of the Ptolemaic dynasty, it was extended on all four sides to form a small temple, which was dedicated to Isis of Philae. The Roman emperors Augustus and Tiberius completed its decorations


Cerralbo Museum: This museum, one of the most important in Madrid, is also one of its least well-known. Located in what used to be the stately home of the 17th Marquis of Cerralbo, visitors to the museum are transported back in time to experience what life was like for an aristocratic family in the late 19th-century Madrid.


Templo de la Diosa en Madrid. We will visit the modern-day Goddess Temple.  Enjoy Celebrations of the Goddess and ceremony. 


8 days and 7 nights

 

Tour Includes:  Luxury Private Coach with air-conditioning,  

The stories and services of an English-speaking guide and driver.  Private Tour Guides, Accommodations 3-star bed and continental-breakfast, River Cruise tickets, and entrances fees to select attractions.


Double Occupancy:  Room/apartment is shared with a group member. 2-beds per room.  


Not Included:  Airfare to Portugal and from Spain is not included.  Other meals are not included.   Shuttle service to and from the airport not included. Travel insurance is highly recommended for medical emergencies and unexpected cancellations.  Please contact a provider.  Travel insurance at your own expense.

All day

Coimbra, Porto, Douro Valley, Peneda-Gerês National Park Santiago de Compostela - the epic Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route, Cape Finisterre, Costa da Morte, Madrid

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Portugal and Spain: Pay in Full August 30-September 6, 2020

$4,099.00
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 8 days and 7 nights 

Scotland Goddess Tours for 2020: 

June 23-28, 2020

Scotland Goddess and Sacred Site Tour 2020

All day

Edingburgh, Highland, and Scottish Borders, Scotland

Event Details

June 23-28, 2020

Scotland Goddess and Sacred Site Tour 2020

Scotland Goddess and Sacred Site Tour  with Donna Virgilio

June 23,-June 28, 2020

Wise Women, Witches, and Goddess Flight

Journey into the World of the Goddess, Faerie Folk, Kelpies, Mermaids, and Outlander TV Series Filming Locations.


Visit some of the most ancient and sacred sites in Edinburgh, the Highlands, and Scottish borders. 


At Holyrood Palace stroll through the majestic royal gardens, the Queen’s gallery, Mary Queen of Scotts chambers and the Abbey ruins.


While touring the Edinburgh Castle view the crown jewels of Scotland, the “Stone of Destiny,” The Great Hall, The Royal Palace. St. Margaret's Chapel.  


Through the Scottish borderlands, explore locations featured in Dan Brown’s novel the Da Vinci Code such as Melrose Abbey and Rosslyn Chapel, and hear intriguing tales of Cistercian monks, the Knights Templar, and the connection to Mary Magdalene.  


Crossing the edge of the North Sea travel into the action-packed world of Outlander!  Explore the villages of Culross and Falkland, and cinematic landmarks like Castle Leoch, the real Medieval Doune Castle. Along the way, enjoy insider stories and trivia about the series, cast and crew. Gain insight into the Highlands of the early 1740s, a volatile period before the Jacobite rising.  


Walk the land to fairy dwellings like Calton Hill famous for its’ Beltane celebrations, or Arthurs Seat rich in Arthurian myth and lore. 


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All day

Edingburgh, Highland, and Scottish Borders, Scotland

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Payments

Scotland Tour: Pay in Full June 23 -June 28, 2020

$2,388.00
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Regular Price $2,588   

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Ireland Goddess Tours 2020 

June 28 - July 3, 2020

Ireland Goddess and Sacred Site Tour 2020

All day

Dublin, Boyne Valley, Kildare, Ireland

Event Details

June 28 - July 3, 2020

Ireland Goddess and Sacred Site Tour 2020

Ireland Goddess and Sacred Site Tours

with Donna Virgilio

June 28 to July 3, 2020

Celtic Fire Goddess Brigit's Holiday

Journey into the World of the Goddess

And the Sacred Site of Ireland



Visit some of the most ancient and sacred Goddess Sites in the world.


Stroll through the majestic gardens of Kildare and Dublin. In a candlelit ceremony, connect with the Goddess Brigit in Kildare, home of her fire temple, sacred wells, churches, and stones. Enjoy tea and making Brigit’s crosses with the Brigidine Sisters, the keepers of Brigid’s Perpetual Flame.

Wander through the Neolithic monuments, tombs, chambers of Knowth, Newgrange and Lough Crew Cairns (The Witches Hill).


We will tour through Dublin Castle, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Brigit’s Cathedral. Enjoy a candlelight Irish Dinner, Irish Storytelling and Music. Take a Goddess Liffey River Cruise through the city of Dublin. Explore Tara the Hill of the Kings and Goddesses, it’s mounds and the “Stone of Destiny.” Enjoy acres of Irish gardens, horses, faery mounds and Goddesses.


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All day

Dublin, Boyne Valley, Kildare, Ireland

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Payments

Ireland Tour: Pay in Full June 23-June 28, 2020

$2,388.00
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Regular Price $2,588   

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Discount Expires: December 31, 2019

Tour One Dates: August 18 - 26, 2020 ................................ Tour Two Dates: August 05 - 13, 2021

England Goddess and Sacred Site Tour 2021

All day

Glastonbury, Bath, Cornwall, and Wiltshire, England

Event Details

Tour One Dates: August 18 - 26, 2020 ................................ Tour Two Dates: August 05 - 13, 2021

England Goddess and Sacred Site Tour 2021

  

England Goddess and Sacred Site Tour with Donna Virgilio 


Lady of Avalon Diamond Tour

Journey into the World of Avalon


Travel to Stonehenge for a private Goddess ceremony in its inner stone circle. Walkthrough Avebury stone circle, West Kennet Long Barrows, Silbury Hill.  Hunt for crop circles and search for the White Horses of Wiltshire.

Walk to the Tor, the hill of mystery and legends. Visit, pray and receive healing at the Chalice Well, the White Springs, and its Sacred Gardens. Tour the Glastonbury Goddess Temple and participate in the official ritual and ceremonies. 


In the ceremonial county of Somerset, England's crown jewel, the City of Bath, we visit the Roman and Medieval Baths, Cross Bath dedicated to the Goddess Sulis Minerva. 


Journey to Tintagel. Inspired in tales to be the mystical birthplace of King Arthur. Peek inside Merlin’s Cave and feel the energy of his magical realm. 

The Boscastle Museum of Witchcraft and Magic! Discover the history of magical practice in Britain from ancient times to the present day. Wander through exciting new displays, temporary exhibitions, and events and a collection that has grown to over 3000 objects and over 7000 books. Exhibits are devoted to folk magic, ceremonial magic, Freemasonry, and Wicca, the collection is described as the largest of its kind in the world.


At an evening at the Glastonbury Goddess Temple, enjoy the resonating sounds of crystal bowls in meditation. Meet the Lady of Avalon, drink and bathe in the living waters of the sacred springs, connect with this mystical magical land and with the ancient ones who have passed before us beyond the veil.  


On your Free Day explore Glastonbury, or take a day trip to London, Cheddar Caves, Wells Cathedral, or surrounding cities. 


This year Glastonbury will have a spectacular fireworks display over the Abbey.


Glastonbury is the Love Chakra of the World. Fall in love with this dreamy and enchanting land.


Tour Includes:  Private Coach and bus tickets, free shuttle services to and from Bristol Airport on (Tour One: 8/18 and 8/26, 2020) and (Tour Two: 8/5 and 8/13, 2021,) Accommodations and entrance fees to: Stonehenge Private Entrance to inner circle, Chalice Well, White Springs, The Tor, Roman Baths, Tintagel, St. Nectan’s Glen, Cross Bath and Spa, Private Goddess Temple Ceremony and Private Tour Guide.  Double Occupancy:  Room/apartment is shared with a group member. 2-beds per room. Upgrade for a private room/apartment may available, but for an additional fee. 


Not Included:  Airfare to Bristol,England is not included.  All meals are not included.  Meal Pump Room lunch is not included. Boscastle Witchcraft Museum Ticket is not included (optional to visit). Travel insurance is highly recommended for medical emergencies and unexpected cancellations.  Please contact a provider.  Travel insurance at your own expense.

All day

Glastonbury, Bath, Cornwall, and Wiltshire, England

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England goddess and Sacred Site Tour: August 18-26, 2020.

$2,099.00
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9-Day Tour  

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Discount Expires: December 31, 2019

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England Goddess and Sacred Site Tour: August 5-13, 2021

$2,588.00
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9-Day Tour.

European Private Tours for Groups

Private Tours

Enjoy traveling with 4 to 30 of your closest friends.  Chose from any of tours posted above or below. Contact me to receive a price quote for your group. 


Specialty Tours


Scotland Edinburgh, Highlands, and Scottish Borders

Highlights 

  • Edinburgh: Edinburgh Castle; Holyrood Palace, Abbey and Gardens;; Arthur's Seat; Calton Hill; Princes Street Gardens; Mary Queen Close; St. Giles Cathedral. the Witchery Dinner, and Ghost Tour.
  • Two Free-Days to explore Edinburgh's Art Galleries and Museums.
  • Highlands:  - Outlander TV Series Filming Locations; 
  • Scottish Borders: Roslyn Chapel a Davinci Code Filming Location, Sir Walter Scott Museum and Gardens, Melrose Abbey. Scotts View.  
  • Spa day at the Stobo Castle.
  • 9 Days, 8 nights


Scotland Outlander Tour - Edinburgh and Highlands - Outlander TV Series Filming Locations  

Highlights


  • Edinburgh: Edinburgh Castle; Arthur's Seat; Holyrood Palace, Abbey and Gardens. Outlander TV Series Filming Locations: Bake House Close (Jamie's Print Shop); TweedDale Court (Time Capsule); Signet Library (Governer's Mansion); Craigmillar Castle (Ardsmuir Prison).
  • Two Free-Days to explore Edinburgh's Art Galleries and Museums.
  • Highlands: Blackness Castle (Fort William); Midhope Castle (Lallybroch); Falkland (Iverness), Culcross, (Cranesmuir): Linlithglow Palace (Wentworth Prison); Doune Castle (Castle Leoch); Drummond Castle Gardens (Palace of Versailles), Deanston Distillery, and Calendar House (Duke of Sandringham Home, Bellhurst Manor).
  • A Mix of Outlander TV Series Seasons 1-3 Locations
  • 8 Days, 7 nights


Scotland Highlands, Isle of Skye, and Orkney Islands

Highlights

  • Edinburgh: Edinburgh Castle; Holyrood Palace, Abbey and Gardens;; Arthur's Seat; Calton Hill; Princes Street Gardens; St. Giles Cathedral. the Witchery Dinner, and Ghost Tour.  Outlander TV Series Filming Locations: Bake House Close (Jamie's Print Shop) and TweedDale Court (Time Capsule)
  • Two Free Days to explore Edinburgh's Art Galleries and Museums.
  • River Forth: Stunning views of Forth Bridge and the River Forth
  • Highlands: Fort Augustus, Loch Ness Lake (Maybe spot the Loch Ness Monster), Stirling Castle, Fort William; Glen Coe (opening credits of Outlander; Harry Potter Steam Train over the Glenfinnan Viaduct; Eilean Conan Castle; Ferry Crossing "over the sea" from the Isle of Skye,  
  • Isle of Skye: Hear Tales of Bonnie Prince Charlie, Cullin Mountains; Old Man of Storr; Kilt Rock; Fairy Pools; Dunvegan's Castle and Kilt Rock. Stay in Portree Fishing Village.
  • Orkney Islands: Ferry acress the Pentland Firth; Italian Catholic Chapel on Lamb Holm; Viking stronghold of Kirkwall, Kirkwall's Viking Cathedral; Skara Brae Village (5,000 years old), Mystical Prehistoric Stone Circle at Brodgar; Druidic Standing Stones of Stenness. Ocean Views with Redstone Cliffs, Golden Sand of the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean and Maeshowe, 12th Century the Vikings Collection of Norse Runic Inscriptions.. Clava Cairn Ancient Standing Stones made famous by Outlander; Learn About British History at Culloden; River Droma; Corrieshalloch Gorge; Ardvreck Castle Ruins Viewpoint; Inverness Castle; Ullapool Fishing Village, Culloden Moor (Battle of Culloden 1746).
  • Spectacular Views of Ancient Caledonian Pine Forest, Big Tree Country of Perthshire, The Kingdom of Fife and More
  • 14 Days - 13 Nights


England Glastonbury, City of Bath, Cornwall, Wiltshire

Highlights

  • Stonehenge, Avebury, West Kennet Long Barrow, Silbury Hill, The Tor, White Springs, Chalice Well, The Glastonbury Abbey, Cross Bath, Roman Bath Museum, River Avon, Tintagel, Merlin's Cave, Boscastle Witchcraft Museum, St. Nectan's Fairy Glen and Waterfall, Glastonbury Goddess Temple: Private Evening at the Temple.
  • Two Free Days
  • 9 Days - 8 Nights


Ireland: Dublin, Kildare, County Meath

Highlights

  • Dublin: Dublin Castle; Liffey River Cruise; Irish Storytelling Dinner Show, or Celtic Nights Dance and Dinner Show or River Dance; Book of Kells; Dublina (Vikings); St. Patrick's Cathedral. 
  • Two Free Days to explore Edinburgh's Art Galleries and Museums.
  • Kildare: Irish Stud; Japanese Garden,; St. Fiachara's Garden,; Brigits Cathedral; Brigit's Sacred Wells; Solas Bridhe Hermitage; Brigit's Fire Temple.
  • County Meath: Newgrange; Knowth; Hill of Tara; Sacred Wells
  • Cliffs of Moher and Galway: Journey to the West Coast of Ireland
  • 7 Days- 6 Nights


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Tour Policies

Policies

  • Payments/Deposits: Initial deposits are non-refundable. Payments are made through Paypal.  
  • Paypal accepts all forms of payments including credit, checking, and debit. 
  • Cancellation Policy: No refunds on initial deposits. No refunds on tour after 7 days of purchase.
  • Tours are drug-free zones. No illegal drug use.  
  • Women Only Tours
  • Airfare is not included
  • We reserve the right to make substitutions or to make changes to the tour subject to availability, and closures. Unforeseen events may be beyond our control. We try to accommodate equitably. 

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