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Umbrian Region and Assisi tour

Umbrian Region and Assisi tour

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UMBRIAN REGION, ASSISI TOUR
Private Tour of Umbrian Region, Assisi
Discover the best of Umbrian Region and Assisi with your expert, driver guide.

Day Trip of Umbrian Region and Assisi

 

Umbria is a region north of Rome and southest of Tuscany . Umbria is called the green heart of Italy and its in the center of the country with a lots of woods.
In the area are a lots of castle and top hill towns.
Starting from your hotel in Rome, we will drive for your tour to the area where are towns as for example, Assisi,Gubbio, Perugia, Spoleto, Foligno,etc.
All those towns are dating back to the middle ages and Here we can taste the typical Umbrian cuisine in one of the many family restaurants

The drive to Assisi will take approx. two hours from Rome , depending on traffic conditions , the first stop will be for the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli where there is the Porziuncola Chapel, the site where St. Francis died in 1226. from here in about 15 minutes we reach the city of Assisi, where you will visit the Basilica of San Francesco ( 1230- 14th century) then the Romanesque Cathedral, the Romanesque Gothic church of Santa Chiara and the church of San Damiano, which welcomed St. Clare whit her first companions,a place of very pure Franciscan poetry and finally “Eremo delle carceri” at 791 metres ,among the woods of Subasio and the old woodland suggestive of St. Francis’ colloquy with the birds.

Assisi is a city of Roman origin (as of Asisium), it is shown by numerous monuments such as the facade of the Temple of Minerva, the Amphitheatre, the Walls, the Forum. With the fall of the Roman Empire, the city became a settlement before the Goths (1545) and then came under the rule of the Lombards.
By the Middle Ages it became independent and was huge development, especially through the monastic movement (especially the Benedictines).
The most illustrious of its citizens St. Francis was born in 1182. Francis was proclaimed a saint in 1228, only two years after his death, by Pope Gregory IX.
Later the town was under the hand of the lordships like that of Gian Galeazzo Visconti, the Montefeltro family, Braccio Fortebraccio and Francesco Sforza, until the middle ‘of the sixteenth century, when Umbria was conquered by Pope Paul III restoring papal control over the town.
Later, in the nineteenth century, the city became part of the nascent Italian.

 

Please note:

IT IS NOT PERMITTED TO ENTER CHURCHES IN SHORTS, MINISKIRTS OR UNCOVERED SHOULDES.

TOUR SEQUENCE CAN CHANGE, BUT WE WILL COVER ALWAYS SITES MENTIONED.

Comfortable walking shoes recommended.

Every tour is scheduled by you to accommodate your desires.


Certainly we will stop for lunch in a typical local restaurant where you can enjoy Local Amalfi Dishes … and more!

The vehicle will escort you for the entire tour.

Price DO NOT include: tickets, lunch and anything not mentioned.

  • Destination
  • Departure
    From your Hotel
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 7.30AM
  • Return Time
    Approximately 19.30PM
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable and light
  • Included
    Personal Guide
    Transfer from Hotel
  • Not Included
    Lunch
    Museum Ticket
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Confirmation of reservation Upon booking  you will receive a  e-mail  with  necessary information (times, contact numbers, type of service, , etc). Please note: If you do not receive the email with the information you need to contact me to get it. Please contact us  calling +39 330.885071 or sending an e-mail to sabinopagano19@gmail.com  for further assistance. We are at your disposal. Additional information I would recommend to wear comfortable clothes, and we remind you that entrance into churches requires appropriate attire (no shorts, miniskirts or uncovered shoulders) And don’t forget your camera! We are waiting for, book now your Umbria Region and Assisi tour!

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