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Private Tour: Perugia and Assisi Day Trip from Florence

Private Tour: Perugia and Assisi Day Trip from Florence - Perugia, Italy
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Perugia, Italy

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$144.81

Delve deep into the rolling Tuscan countryside and discover centuries of Italian history on this private day trip to Perugia and Assisi from Florence. Admire Lake Trasimeno from the fortress walls of medieval Passignano sul Trasimeno ... More info ›

Delve deep into the rolling Tuscan countryside and discover centuries of Italian history on this private day trip to Perugia and Assisi from Florence. Admire Lake Trasimeno from the fortress walls of medieval Passignano sul Trasimeno. Explore the 8th-century Etruscan origins of Perugia, where High Renaissance painter Raphael worked. Walk in the footsteps of Italy’s patron saint — St Francis of Assisi — in the lowlands beneath Mt Subasio. In Assisi, marvel at top city highlights such as the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Basilica of St Francis with your private guide.

Following a morning pickup from your Florence hotel, travel south with your private driver into the Tuscan countryside to the small, medieval hamlet of Passignano sul Trasimeno in neighboring Umbria. Explore the city’s imposing walls and fortress, and take in panoramic views of the beautiful Lake Trasimeno.
Head onward through the rolling countryside to the hill on which the town of Perugua sits and discover evidence of the town’s 8th-century Etruscan origins. Widely considered one of Italy’s most significant centers of art, Perugia was once home to High Renaissance painter Pietro Perugino, and Raphael himself even worked here in the 16th century. Wander the streets at your leisure and see highlights such as Palazzo dei Priori, the elegant Fontana Maggiore and the Cathedral of San Lorenzo.
Explore the lowlands beneath Mt Subasio, where Saint Francis of Assisi lived, worked and died. Visit the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli close to where, according to legend, Saint Frances first found his vocation.
After lunch (own expense), delve into the heart of ancient Assisi and meet your expert guide before embarking on a 2-hour private tour. Discover top city highlights such as the Basilica of Santa Chiara, the imposing 1st-century Roman Temple of Minerva and the spectacular 17th-century Chiesa Nuova — built on the presumed birthplace of St Francis himself.
Discover the Monte Frumentario — where the city’s poorest farmers sowed wheat and barley in the 14th century — and finish your tour with a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Basilica of St Francis, built in white stone from the nearby Mt Subasio. Inside, admire beautifully preserved ancient frescoes by Giotto and Cimabue.
At the end of your time in Assisi, hop back into your private vehicle for the return journey to your Florence hotel, where your tour will come to an end.

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Porziuncola Museum Entrance Ticket

Porziuncola Museum Entrance Ticket - Assisi, Italy

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Location: Assisi, Italy

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$3.48

At the behest of Pope Saint Pius V (1566-1572), in order to keep the chapels of the Porziuncola, the Transito and the Roseto and other places made sacred by the memory of St. Francis, and welcome the many pilgrims who come to visit them, between 1569 and 1679 the great Basilica of S ... More info ›

At the behest of Pope Saint Pius V (1566-1572), in order to keep the chapels of the Porziuncola, the Transito and the Roseto and other places made sacred by the memory of St. Francis, and welcome the many pilgrims who come to visit them, between 1569 and 1679 the great Basilica of S. Maria degli Angeli was built.
The original project of Galeazzo Alessi (1512-1572) is foreseen by a rigorous structural simplicity, conforming to the Franciscan ideal of poverty. The strong telluric events that shake Umbria in 1832 cause serious damage to the Basilica.
At the end of a long and complex restoration, directed by the architect Luigi Poletti, it was reopened to worship on 8 September 1840.
The façade is radically reworked on a project by Cesare Bazzani, with the intention of conferring a monumentality worthy of the importance of the Sanctuary. This was inaugurated on June 8, 1930 and at its summit an imposing statue of the Virgin in gilded bronze was placed.

Il Museo della Porziuncola è parte integrante dell’itinerario dei pellegrini e dei turisti che dalla Porziuncola, al Transito, alla Cappella delle Rose visitano le memorie di san Francesco presso la Basilica Papale di Santa Maria degli Angeli e offre una sosta di maggior comprensione di questi luoghi avvalendosi di documenti di archivio, di plastici e di ricostruzioni grafiche.Le sale ospitano in successione cronologica le opere che hanno reso famoso il Museo. In particolare: il Crocifisso di Giunta Pisano (1236), primo esempio in Italia di crocifisso patiens in una croce monumentale; il San Francesco e Angeli del Maestro di San Francesco (sec. XIII); una tavola raffigurante san Francesco attribuita al Cimabue; la Madonna del Latte, una splendida scultura in pietra policroma della fine del XIV secolo; un pregevole dossale in terracotta invetriata, opera magistrale di Andrea della Robbia (1475

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ASSISI TREASURES AND ST FRANCIS WOOD

ASSISI TREASURES AND ST FRANCIS WOOD - Assisi, Italy

Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: Assisi, Italy

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$92.68

Assisi  - 3/4 hours - Walking through olive trees and river.
An intact piece of the Umbrian Countryside a place of harmony and silence at the foot of the great Basilica of St Francis of Assisi; a walk through this landscape becomes an inner journey - one that inspired Michelangelo Pistoletto to create a stunning work of land art.
This is a woodland under Fai protection.
Through a gateway in the wall surrounding the square of the Basilica Superiore in Assisi you enter in a narrow path that leads to a wide  valley floor, at the foot of the city centre.  This is no  ordinary excursion; rather, it is an ongoing, peaceful discovery, a new form of pilgrimage into history and into the sacred, through 64 hectares of nature, amid wooded tracts, cultivated fileds, walls of pink stone, clearings and olive groves - a 64 hectare plot that years of neglect had reduced to a dumping ground, but which FAI has now salvaged in its entierity.

Meeting point with the guide at 10.00 am at Basilica Superiore di San Francesco in Assisi.
Starting of walking tour .
Making your way now into the woodland, surrounded by hornbearn , juniper, maple and downy oak, you come first to the Bed of RiverTescio and, next to it, you can see the evidence of a microcosm inhabited by Benedictine nuns in the 13th and 14th centuries: a convent ( now home to the FAI information point) ; the Romanesque church of Santa Croce; a mill that was operational until the early 20th century ( now a Trattoria serving meals to visitors ); the remain of hospital that treated the diseased and  passing pilgrims; and an ancient 14th - century tower erected to defend and early factory.
Climbing to the top of the tower  is worth the effort, since it will allow you to admire fully the "third Paradise" a piece of land art by renowned artist MIchelangelo Pistoletto , which takes the form of 121 olive trees arranged in a double row to form three large, tangential circles ( of which the central one is the largest) , and featuring a 12- meter - high pole to symbolize the union between heaven and earth. You are invited to make your way around the serpentine path between  the rows, becoming in the process a part of this work, which encourages you to reflect on the potential for peaceful co-existence between mankind and nature, here symbolized by the third sphere - the third paradise - of the title. 
Lunch pic - nic in a dedicated area ... More info ›

Assisi  - 3/4 hours - Walking through olive trees and river.
An intact piece of the Umbrian Countryside a place of harmony and silence at the foot of the great Basilica of St Francis of Assisi; a walk through this landscape becomes an inner journey - one that inspired Michelangelo Pistoletto to create a stunning work of land art.
This is a woodland under Fai protection.
Through a gateway in the wall surrounding the square of the Basilica Superiore in Assisi you enter in a narrow path that leads to a wide  valley floor, at the foot of the city centre.  This is no  ordinary excursion; rather, it is an ongoing, peaceful discovery, a new form of pilgrimage into history and into the sacred, through 64 hectares of nature, amid wooded tracts, cultivated fileds, walls of pink stone, clearings and olive groves - a 64 hectare plot that years of neglect had reduced to a dumping ground, but which FAI has now salvaged in its entierity.

Meeting point with the guide at 10.00 am at Basilica Superiore di San Francesco in Assisi.
Starting of walking tour .
Making your way now into the woodland, surrounded by hornbearn , juniper, maple and downy oak, you come first to the Bed of RiverTescio and, next to it, you can see the evidence of a microcosm inhabited by Benedictine nuns in the 13th and 14th centuries: a convent ( now home to the FAI information point) ; the Romanesque church of Santa Croce; a mill that was operational until the early 20th century ( now a Trattoria serving meals to visitors ); the remain of hospital that treated the diseased and  passing pilgrims; and an ancient 14th - century tower erected to defend and early factory.
Climbing to the top of the tower  is worth the effort, since it will allow you to admire fully the "third Paradise" a piece of land art by renowned artist MIchelangelo Pistoletto , which takes the form of 121 olive trees arranged in a double row to form three large, tangential circles ( of which the central one is the largest) , and featuring a 12- meter - high pole to symbolize the union between heaven and earth. You are invited to make your way around the serpentine path between  the rows, becoming in the process a part of this work, which encourages you to reflect on the potential for peaceful co-existence between mankind and nature, here symbolized by the third sphere - the third paradise - of the title. 
Lunch pic - nic in a dedicated area. At your arrival you will find the box lunch with typical Umbria products ( optional lunch in a restaurant with supplement) 
At the end , you will start the visit of one of the most famous churches of Italy and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.with your guide.

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Discovering Orvieto, food, culture and history!

Discovering Orvieto, food, culture and history! - Orvieto, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Orvieto, Italy

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$104.26

A fascinating Olive Oil museum awaits you near Orvieto with an exceptional story of our trusted Sommelier assistant. Very interesting visit followed by a tasty light lunch in the extra virgin olive oil mill, based on delicious local products ... More info ›

A fascinating Olive Oil museum awaits you near Orvieto with an exceptional story of our trusted Sommelier assistant. Very interesting visit followed by a tasty light lunch in the extra virgin olive oil mill, based on delicious local products. Guided tour of the beautiful city of Orvieto where you will visit St. Patrick Well and the famous Duomo.

11.00 a.m Meeting Point at Montecchio Bartolomei Oil Mill . Visit to this famous Extra virgin Olive Oil Mill and Olive Oil Museum with a delicious tasting of extra virgin olive oil and a tasty light lunch with local food such as cold cuts, choice cheeses and tasty italian bruschetta! After lunch, English guided walking tour of Orvieto with entrance to St. Patrick Well  and the Duomo. You will fall in love with this stunning city sitting astride a volcanic plug of rock. It is possible to book in advance a guided visit of the fascinating Orvieto Underground. (See Supplement)

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Amazing guided bike tour around Trasimeno Lake

Amazing guided bike tour around Trasimeno Lake - Passignano sul Trasimeno, Italy

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Passignano sul Trasimeno, Italy

From USD
$144.81

A guided itinerary by bike to admire the beauty of Lake Trasimeno: a journey through ancient fishing villages, small beaches, scenic spots of great beauty and interesting villages. It includes a lunch box and roundtrip ferry tickets for Maggiore Island, a beautiful spot for relaxation and walking.

Itinerary: Passignano sul Trasimeno – Tuoro - Punta Bella – Tuoro – Vernazzano - Passignano sul Trasimeno
Duration: 2h30’ – 25km
09 a.m Meeting point in Passignano sul Trasimeno ... More info ›

A guided itinerary by bike to admire the beauty of Lake Trasimeno: a journey through ancient fishing villages, small beaches, scenic spots of great beauty and interesting villages. It includes a lunch box and roundtrip ferry tickets for Maggiore Island, a beautiful spot for relaxation and walking.

Itinerary: Passignano sul Trasimeno – Tuoro - Punta Bella – Tuoro – Vernazzano - Passignano sul Trasimeno
Duration: 2h30’ – 25km
09 a.m Meeting point in Passignano sul Trasimeno. Guided Bike tour from Passignano sul Trasimeno to Tuoro. Passignano is a town situated around Trasimeno Lake and sits high on its own promontory midway between Cortona and Perugia. The tour is an easy route on a cycle path and a little traffic road, almost completely level and offers continuous glimpses of the lake. The only slightly uphill stretch is to reach Punta Bella, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the lake. Packed lunch with lunch box (possibility to book lunch in the restaurant, with supplement). Including ferry tickets to Isola Maggiore, where you can stroll along the shores of the lake, relax on the small beach or walk through paths immersed in olive groves and ancient trees.
The itinerary doesn't require any particular training, but only a good physical condition. However, it is possible to rent the e-bike with supplement.

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Amazing enosafari in Montefalco

Amazing enosafari in Montefalco - Montefalco, Italy

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Montefalco, Italy

From USD
$47.50

Unforgettable jeep safari through one of the most panoramic vineyard in Montefalco,
one of the best tour for discover Umbria among shady paths and beautiful valleys.
Appointment at winery starting tour and food and wine tasting 
All products that you will taste are hande-made!

A unique experience in the vineyard to discover Sagrantino and Montefalco red wines and among the barrels  to capture all the secrets of thse famous wines.  The visit includes a brief  winery introduction, a jeep tour among the vineyards, surrounding  the winery.  you will walk trough the barrels to see houw the Sagrantino and Montefalco wines are produced and then yo uwill experience a tasting of these wines paired with Umbrian food ... More info ›

Unforgettable jeep safari through one of the most panoramic vineyard in Montefalco,
one of the best tour for discover Umbria among shady paths and beautiful valleys.
Appointment at winery starting tour and food and wine tasting 
All products that you will taste are hande-made!

A unique experience in the vineyard to discover Sagrantino and Montefalco red wines and among the barrels  to capture all the secrets of thse famous wines.  The visit includes a brief  winery introduction, a jeep tour among the vineyards, surrounding  the winery.  you will walk trough the barrels to see houw the Sagrantino and Montefalco wines are produced and then yo uwill experience a tasting of these wines paired with Umbrian food. You will be delighted bya taste of Montefalco doc, Grechetto Doc accompanied bya selction of cheeses and hande made jam to continue with Rosè IGT Umbria, tasting the true flavors of Umbian black truffle. You will taste Sagrantino Doc, which expresses all the power of tannin  with "Porcaccia"  a crispy meat ( steak of the pork neck) cooked on the grill. The experience ends with the meditation wine : Sagrantino Passito Doc. with typical umbrian sweets " Tozzetti".
Enjoy!!!

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