Spiritual journey is popular among many people seeking divine healing. There are a number of holy monuments in Europe cities and many people travel there to visit them. Let us have a look at some of the holy sites found in Europe:
Firstly, there is Camino de Santiago which is located in Spain. It is considered as one of the oldest pilgrimage trails worldwide. St. James was buried at Santiago de Compostela church the physical location of Camino de Santiago ends here. This spiritual path has been popularized by many people since the 1980s.
It is possible for visitors who are touring the holy site to find sleeping places around Camino de Santiago. It is also possible to find convents that do offer shelter to tourists in exchange for money. There is need for tourists to remember that there’s need for special documentation or special permits in order for one to stay at the available simple shelters. It is possible for tourists from America to do online registration so as to get special passes.
Another second place is known as Fatima and is located in Portugal. In Fatima, there are many magnificent cathedrals around there. Vendors selling holy mementos, boardinghouses and hotels can be seen all over the city. There is also a sanctuary known as Chapel of the Apparitions discovered in 1917 by three farmhand kids that’s built on the location of a Marian spirit. Ever since that happening, Fatima usually gets flooded by visitors who usually come to the place especially on the May 13th and October 13th to see the area.
There is also a third place in Northern Ireland known as Armagh. Many pagans lived in the heart of Armagh. When religious conviction started being witnessed there in the 400s AD, St. Patrick set up his place of worship there and Armagh was turned into the religious capital of the island. He also declared that only those people who could spread the gospel were only those that were educated. For this reason, there were plenty of instructive establishments which were initiated. Major tourist attraction centers in Armagh happen to be St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral and St. Patrick’s Anglican Cathedral. There are plans of redeveloping Armagh city center. The proposed plans are those that include addition of new pedestrian foot paths as well as improving exteriors.
To conclude, we can note that there are other places in Europe that are holy and worthy of being visited by tourists. Inasmuch as plenty of people have gone for pilgrimage for a while now, the trails have now become attractions for backpackers and sightseers. Therefore, those wishing to visit these divine places, they are not limited by places as there are plenty of them.