1) tour is the word you want.
Let me show you three definitions from CALD (Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary; I urge you to use English-Engslish dictionaries for your level rather than Portuguese-English, esp. in cases like this.)
- a visit to a place or area, especially one during which you look round the place or area and learn about it
We went on a guided tour of (UK also: round) the cathedral/museum/factory.
A bus took us on a sightseeing tour of the city.
a tour guide
- a journey made for pleasure, especially as a holiday, visiting several different places in an area
a cycling tour of Provence
They've just come back from a tour of / round Devon and Cornwall.
Tour operators (= companies which arrange holidays for people) have reported a drop in bookings.
- a planned visit to several places in a country or area made for a special purpose, such as by a politician, sports team or group of performers
"Trip" is a journey as well, usually a short one when you come back again, but this word is less specific.