Do you want to be a pilgrim at World Youth Day (WYD) Lisbon
2023 and haven't registered yet? Don't miss this opportunity! The deadline for
applying the 5% discount at the time of registration has been extended until 19
World Youth Day is for you. We count on your joy, your testimony and your presence. You can register here.
For WYD Lisbon 2023, three different ways of registration are planned, with different Packages, which are differentiated by the length of stay in Lisbon and the different needs of the groups of pilgrims. All information about the Packages here.
The World Youth Day is a moment of encounter with young
people from all over the world, with the Pope, but above all with the Living
Christ. It is an opportunity to meet new people and new realities, to share
different experiences. It is an experience that enriches all those who take
Throughout the week you will have the opportunity to
participate in the Central Events such as the Opening Mass, the Welcome to Pope
Francis, the Way of the Cross, the Vigil and the Sending Mass. You can also
take the opportunity to get to know the city of Lisbon and participate in the
Youth Festival, meet other pilgrims and socialise with young people from
You will have the opportunity to participate in meetings to
share your faith and you will also have a place where you can make space to
discover your vocation and the Sacrament of Reconciliation - the City of Joy.
So far more than 400,000 pilgrims have registered. And you,
are you going to stay out? Take advantage of the 5% discount and register!
If you have any questions about the registration process, we
leave you the video tutorial with the step-by-step here:
Registration for WYD Lisbon 2023 began on October 23, 2022 with the registration of Pope Francis during the recitation of the Angelus in St. Peter's Square, Vatican. Pope Francis was the first pilgrim to register for the largest gathering of young people from around the
world with the Pope, which will take place August 1-6 in Lisbon under the theme
"Mary got up and went in haste" - Lk 1:39.