Half a Day
Born on March 1515, during 2015 we celebrated the V Centenary of her birth. Pope Francis declared Jubilee Year those whose festivity (15th October) would be on Sunday, so, since 15th October 2017 until 15 October 2018 we are celebrating again the Teresian Jubilee Year.
First female named Doctor of the Church, mystic and patroness of Spanish writers. She is considered the Holy Mother of the Discalced Carmelites Order.
Along with St. John of the Cross she started the Reform in male convents too.
A walking tour looking for the places she knew: The cathedral of Avila, where the image of our Lady to which she prayed is carefully kept, the Natal Church, Saint Joseph (first convent founded by her).
The recommended number of people per group is 10, but if you are more than 10 and up to 55 persons , please consult availability and price
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the train or bus station or at your Hotel if it is in town. At Saint Vincent Military Door if it is not.
End location: At the train or bus station or at your Hotel if it is in town. At St. Joseph Convent if it is not.
Duration: 3 hours
We are celebrating the V Centenary of St. Teresa since 15th October 2014 until 15th October 2015 (Jubilar Year), thus some religious events might punctually modify the itinerary
Monuments without entrance fee.
No city transport is needed.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 Euros - Tickets Monuments
Meals and drinks
Other transports if you need them
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One of the best walking tours I've ever taken. Victoria is totally knowledgable and more than that, she brings her big, lovely heart and passion to what she does. In addition to her historical adroitness, she also shares my lifelong devotion and appreciation of St. Teresa. What a joy to spend time with this great soul!