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Work and Pray: In the Footsteps of St Benedict Private Day Trip from Rome
"Pick up time suggested 8:00 am so that we will beat the traffic out of the city and we will back right on time before the traffic gets back in (it is flexible then you decide whenever during the day). Pick up from your hotel in Rome airport on arrival or anywhere you want! We will drop you off wherever you want at the end of the tour.Monastery of St Benedict in Subiaco: We will reach at first Subiaco area just about one hour south drive from Rome. A peaceful parking in the woods where we will leave the minivan and after about 10 minute walk through the nature we will approach the amazing monastery. It enshrines the cave (Sacro Speco) in which St. Benedict lived as a hermit before he organized his first monastic community. Located amid spectacular natural scenery the monastery is still active but welcomes visitors to pray at Benedict’s cave and explore the church covered in beautiful medieval frescoes. Among the many fascinating frescoes is a portrait of St. Francis of Assisi painted during his lifetime. You will crossing it horizontally towards Monte Cassino. As we approach the town of Monte Cassino
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Papal Jubilee Segway Tour in Rome
"Start at Piazza del Gesù and get to grips with your Segway an electric self-balancing scooter. After a practice session you’ll cruise behind your guide in the direction of Vatican City. Listen to your guide as you go to learn about Rome the Catholic Church and the 2016 Papal Jubilee.Pass Campo Marzio to admire its many churches — St Louis of the French Sant’Agnese in Agone Santa Maria della Pace and the Basilica of St Augustine to name a few — and cross the river to Castel Sant’Angelo. From the popes’ ancient escape route of Borgo Pio
From EUR75.00
 
Christianity in the Ancient Rome Private Tour
"Your English Speaking driver will pick you up at 08.30 am from your accommodation in RomeStart the visit with an intense introduction to the life of St Peter and Saint Paul from a very exclusive spot when Rome is still sleeping. Then stop at the Mame where the two Saints were kept in chains under the crazy Emperor Nero. You can also visit it from the inside.Move to the Aventine Hill the place where the early Christians started to profess their religion. Visit what once were the first two Domus Iglesias today known as the Church of Saint Sabina and Saint Prisca under which the first Christians met in secret!Move to the Appian Way and explore the Church of Quo Vadis where you will find some amazing evidences of the life of the two Saints.Visit the Catacombs where the early Christians were buried
From EUR80.00

More General in Fiuggi

IDEAL CENTRAL LOCATION

Ideally situated as a base for touring holiday. Many historic towns in the region plus lush countryside. Places such as Rome, Pompeii & Amalfi Coast (i.e. Naples, Sorrento & Capri) all within...
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May 26, 2009

Shops close for the siesta

In most towns including Fiuggi everything closes down from 13-00 pm. until 16.00 pm.Or it could be 13.30 until 16.30.In Rome City Centre most shops stay open all day.The reason for this is people...
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May 01, 2007
 
 
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Chiesa Santa Sabina

This is another story of a church with a name borrowed from the landlady. Ms. Sabina loaned her house on this then-remote hill for early Christian services when those weren't at all cool with...
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Chiesa San Gregorio Magno al Celio

Located at a prominent position overlooking the Palatine and Circo Massimo, la Chiesa di San Gregorio Magno al Celio traces its roots back to the 6th century AD when Pope Gregory I (later canonised)...
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Gallerie

It is temporary closed for restoration but it should be ready by the end of 2008. The Accademia di San Luca, (the "Academy of Saint Luke") was an association of artists in Rome, founded in 1593 with...
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Vittoriano Museum Complex

There are actually two musuems inside the popular Altare della Patria ( Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II) of which is composed of first, the Museo Centrale del Risorgimento, whose entrance...
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Roman Forum - Temple of the Vesta - Vestal Virgins

just beside the ruins of the Casa Dei Vestali (House of the Vestal Virgins) along the Via Dei Fori Imperiale in the Roman Forum, stands the Ruins of the Templs of the Vestal Virgins. The Temple for...
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Villa D'Este

The three story castle belonging to the Cardinal d'Este is decorated with Manneriist frescos painted by Livio Agresti and the brothers Zuccari. From the balconies there are fine views over the...
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