Tour from Rome visiting Assisi St. Francis city, and the medieval town of Orvieto, the real Italy, far away from large cities
Assisi Orvieto | Guided Tour | By Bus | 11 hours
A full-day Tour to Assisi and Orvieto, traveling by comfortable bus from Rome! Visit St. Francis city, one of Italy’s most loved saint in the World, and the medieval town of Orvieto. The real Italy far away from large cities
Tour escort assistance during the day
Guided walking tour of Assisi, Basilica of St Frances and Santa Chiara
Tour conducted by an experienced informative guide
Stop in Orvieto
The green heart of the Umbria region
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Typology: Group Tour by bus
Available: on Saturday
City: Assisi – Orvieto
Transportation: by bus/Minivan with air conditioning offering the max comfort
Length: 11 hours
Departure time: 7.30am
Starting Place: your hotel
What you see: Orvieto – Assisi Church of Santa Chiara – Piazza del Comune (town hall square) – Basilica of San Francesco – Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli
We remind you that entrance into churches requires appropriate attire
Minimum 2 people
Languages: English, Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese, Japanese
Suggested for families party and groups of friends
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Departure from Rome at 7:30. Leaving Rome in a northerly direction, we will cross the valley of the Tiber river. We reach Orvieto where we stop to visit the magnificent 14th century cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture.
The tour continues through the green hills covered in olive groves and vineyards. This is the land of some Italian best known wines. We will stop to taste local wine and typical Umbrian products. Lunch too will be of traditional local dishes.
In the early afternoon we reach Assisi, passing Trasimeno Lake. In Assisi meet the local guide and start an unforgettable walk through the narrow streets of the ancient town. You will then visit with our guide the Church of Santa Chiara, the site where St. Francis was born and then on to see the house where he spent the first years of his life. You will then reach the very heart of the town, the Piazza del Comune (Town Hall square), with its Roman and medieval buildings.
Then, near the ancient city walls, you will visit the Basilica of St Francis, which houses inside the tomb of the Saint. The interiors are decorated with frescoes from the 12th and 13th centuries. After the visit our tour leader will take you to the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli to visit the small Portiuncola chapel and the site where St. Francis died in 1226. Approximal arrive time in Rome will be around 19,30 / 20,00
Free cancellation up to 72 hours
We would recommend that you wear comfortable clothes, and we remind you that entrance into churches requires appropriate attire (no shorts, miniskirts or uncovered shoulders)
This tour package is not available for those using a wheelchair on request
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