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Private tour Positano Sorrento Amalfi Coast
"Meet your professional driver at your centrally located Rome hotel then hop inside your private air-conditioned minivan and journey south to Italy’s Campania region. As you travel take in the pretty scenery and catch sight of the magnificent hilltop monastery the Abbey of Montecassino.After roughly three hours pull up by Sorrento. Wander along the cobbled streets and be charmed by the historical churches and quaint shops selling ceramics
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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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Private Day Tour: Cassino and Abbey of Montecassino from Rome
"Begin the tour with a pickup from your central Rome accommodations by a luxury minivan. Start your 1.5-hour drive to Montecassino observing the landscape as you go. Upon your arrival begin a self-guided tour of the Abbery of Montecassino one of the most well-known abbeys in the world. As the driver is not permitted to give you a guided tour inside of the abbey they will give you the background history prior to your entering. After your tour of the abbey itself you may optionally pay a visit the museum. Here you will take a self-guided tour as well
From EUR86.00

More Things to Do in Sulmona

Porta Napoli

Porta Napoli dates back to the 14th century and it's one of the two doors that originally provided access to the walled town: one was Porta della Tomba (door of the tomb) and one was Porta Nuova (New...
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Aug 18, 2007

the Annunziata complex

The Annunziata complex is the most beautiful building in town - it's a church with an annex palace... all white and richly decorated. The church is the older building, dating back to 1300 - while the...
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Aug 18, 2007

Ovid's statue

Ovid's statue is located in Piazza XX Settembre, a nice square in the old town. This statue is a copy of the one in Constance on the Black Sea - the place where Ovid was exiled and where he died......
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Aug 18, 2007

Fontana del Vecchio

The Fontana del Vecchio - oin English fountain of the old man - it's a 1474 fountain built by the city's captain Polidoro Tiberti da Cesena. it's in reneissance style and bear the emblem of the Aragon...
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Aug 18, 2007

Chiesa di San Rocco

The little church of San Rocco is easily missed, although it is located around the very central piazza garibaldi... the reason is simple: it's located a bit below the square, and you can see only the...
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San Filippo Neri

San Filippo Neri is a church that dates back to 1315 and has a beautiful gothic facade... the pointed doorway, in particular, is very richly decorated.There are two octagonal columns on both sides of...
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the aqueduct

Forget the romans - it was not them who built this waterwork system, though it may look so.This aqueduct was built in the middle ages and it is the most imposing structure in Sulmona - and it's...
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Aug 18, 2007

San Francesco della Scarpa

San Francesco della Scarpa is a very odd and beautiful looking church... simmetry is not part of its design, and it's what makes it so special. It's attached to a house on its right side, while on its...
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Aug 18, 2007

Santa Chiara

The church of Santa Chiara is not only a churhc but a monastery, too - dating back to the year 1200. However, the church as you see it now dates back to 1711. You have to go inside to see how great it...
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"A Town as Sweet as its Most Famous Product"
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