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Travel from Rome to Orvieto and Assisi on this full-day trip, and discover two charming towns set amid picture-perfect Italian countryside. Start your day in Orvieto to see its Gothic showstopper, Orvieto Cathedral, followed by lunch near Lake Trasimeno. Explore the UNESCO-listed town of Assisi in Umbria, learning about its patron, St Francis of Assisi, and then stop in Santa Maria degli Angeli to admire its 9th-century Basilica where the saint once worshiped.
Enjoy the best sights in the Umbrian countryside on this day trip from Rome
Visit Orvieto’s famous 13th-century Gothic cathedral, the Orvieto Cathedral
Tour the town of Assisi, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed town
Explore Basilica di San Francesco where St. Francis of Assisi once worshipped
What to Expect
Your day begins with pickup from your Rome hotel or a central meeting point. Travel in a coach north along the River Tiber for 1.5 hours to reach the Umbria region.
The tour stops first in Orvieto, a quaint hilltop village famous for its 13th-century Gothic cathedral. Here you’ll explore town on foot taking time to explore the mosaics, sculptures, and stained glass of the Orvieto Cathedral.
After lunch on the shores of Lake Trasimeno, you’ll head to the UNESCO-listed town of Assisi, the birthplace and home of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of Italy. Walking tours visit important locations in St. Francis’ life, including the stall where he was reportedly born.
On the drive back to Rome, you'll stop by the Santa Maria degli Angeli to visit the 9th-century basilica where St. Francis was thought to have worshipped. Your tour ends back at the departure point.
Via Giovanni Amendola, 32, 00185 Roma RM, Italy
Traveler pickup is offered we pick up from any hotel situated in the Central area of Rome.
Returns to original departure point
Transport by air-conditioned coach (maximum 50 people)
Hotel pick-up (only for certain hotels located in central Rome - to be reconfirmed by the supplier after booking)
drinks (available to purchase)
Entry/Admission - Centro Storico Orvieto
Entry/Admission - Lake Trasimeno
Entry/Admission - Chiesa di Santa Chiara
Entry/Admission - Duomo di Orvieto
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Please note: This is a Multilingual Tour
A dress code is required to enter places of worships and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops are allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. This dress code is strictly enforced and you will risk refused entry if you fail to comply with requirements.
Minimum numbers apply(we require a min. of 6 pax from 1st nov until 31 st march). There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
We signed up for an English tour- but since half of the people spoke Spanish Everything was repeated twice. Therefore there was less time to visit Assisi and Orvieto. In Orvieto our guide told us to go to Duomo and walk around the city. There...More
The trip was interesting. My friend and I looked forward to this visit to Assisi. The time spent in Orvieto was okay, but we were very much rushed in Assisi. It was like one church after another there was hardly anytime to go around on...More
Had a great time despite the rainy weather. Really enjoyed having an hour and a half in Orvieto to explore on my own. Wish the same opportunity had been available in Assisi as the town is beautiful. Our guide (Lena?) Is super sweet and attentive....More
Very good. Bus left on time, the guide was knowledgeable and helpful. Returned exactly on time. Driver was always pleasant and smiling. The only negative aspect was the lunch which was much below expectations
You have to call them, as they do not pick up from all the hotels. When we went on the tour, we just went to the office, as it was close to our hotel. But they did say when they confirmed our booking that you have to call... More
You have to call them, as they do not pick up from all the hotels. When we went on the tour, we just went to the office, as it was close to our hotel. But they did say when they confirmed our booking that you have to call them.