Jimmy Tour Rome, Limousine, private transfer

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Transfer from Rome to Florence + stop by Orvieto & Assisi

Visit two beautiful Umbrian towns, Assisi is well known, thanks to St Francis, Italy's premier saint and founder of the Franciscan order and Orvieto is famous for the splendid Cathedral of 13th C. and the nice wine.

Sedan (1-3 p)Minivan (4-5 p)Minivan (6-8 p)
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Duration: about 9h.

Itinerary

Orvieto

The Umbria's town, Orvieto is renowned for the nice wine and beautiful pottery. The Cathedral, one of the most splendid examples of Italian Gothic architecture, was built in 1290 in alternating courses of black basalt and grayish-yellow limestone. The Pozzo di San Patrizio is the well ordered by Pope Clement VII, 61m / 67yd deep with two separate spiral staircases winding round the shaft, one for the descent and other for the ascent of the donkeys which brought up water from the well.

Assisi

Assisi, one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Italy, owes its fame to St Francis, born here in 1182 and founded the Franciscan order. The Basilica of St Francis, built over St Francis's tomb, is one of the greatest monuments to thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Italian art. The two-storied church is decorated with beautiful frescoes by Giotto and other famous artists. With its well-preserved medieval streets and houses and its treasures of art Assisi is one of Italy's great tourist sights.

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