Castle ruins in Leiria, Fatima sanctuary and caves in Mira de Aire

We went on a trip to Leiria on the last day of October to see the XII-century romanian castle (or what has left of it now). As there were just walls, I didn’t find it very interesting. What was more worth seeing, was the great view from the top of the castle’s tower. Unfortunately I forgot to bring the camera, so I had to take pictures with my phone (they are not as bad though!).

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Our Polish-Hungarian family again (taken by Paweł with his GoPro camera) :)

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In the afternoon we went to the sanctuary in Fatima, but the greatest attraction of the day were the caves in Mira de Aire, located a few kilometres from the city. The walking passage full of limestone rocks, little rivers and lakes, lit by colorful lights, made the great impression.

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