Assisi and San Francesco day-trip from Florence
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Assisi and San Francesco day-trip from Florence

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Free cancellation
Language: English , Spanish
Availability: Wednesday and Friday
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: 11 hours 45 minutes
Do this because
  • Admire the rolling green hills of Tuscany and Umbria
  • Take a guided walk in the medieval city of Assisi, the birthplace of San Francesco
  • Admire Giotto’s frescoes of San Francesco’s life in the superb Basilica of Assisi
What to expect

Admire the art and architecture and the religious sites of Tuscany and Umbria on a full-day tour to Assisi. Admire spectacular landscapes, explore medieval hilltop towns, and tour Etruscan ruins with a knowledgeable guide.

Discover a religious pilgrimage site: join a tour through the rolling green hills of Tuscany and Umbria and marvel at the artistic jewels of Assisi. Depart early in the morning from Florence and you’ll first reach Assisi, San Francesco’s birthplace, a village that stands on the top of a hill overlooking a picturesque valley surrounded by gentle slopes and vineyards. Following in San Francisco and Santa Chiara’s footsteps, you will be guided along winding streets and alleyways to the historical and artistic treasures of this Medieval town.

In the superb Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi, gazing Giotto’s frescoes of San Francesco’s life, you will learn the history of this important spiritual center. There will be some free time to stroll around and relax in this enchanting atmosphere. Then the itinerary will continue with the visit of Santa Maria degli Angeli, a beautiful church close to Assisi. Afterward, enjoy a pleasant ride back to Florence where the tour will end.

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What's included
  • Travel by GT coach or minivan
  • Expert multilingual tour leader
  • Guided visit of Assisi
  • Entrance to Santa Chiara Church
  • Entrance to Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi
  • Visit Santa Maria degli Angeli Church
Reduced price
  • Free for children under 2 years
  • 50% discount for children between 3-12 years
Where

Villa Costanza, 50018 Scandicci FI, Italy

Meeting point:

Meet the assistance staff, who will be wearing green shirts, at Villa Costanza, Florence bus station. Take the T1 tram and get off at the end of the line (Villa Costanza stop). From the city center, the tram ride takes about 20 minutes.

What to remember
  • This tour requires a minimum of 2 participants to be confirmed
  • Customers must be able to climb and descend stairs
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When
  • Wednesday and Friday at 7.45am
  • Return time: around 7.30pm
  • From May 1 to November 15
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Provider
MYTOUR
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the activity begins.
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