Assisi

Assisi

Umbria

Best tours and activities for Assisi

Things to know about Assisi

Assisi, located in the heart of Umbria, is a central stop for religious pilgrims, because it is home to one of the most famous Basilicas in Italy, dedicated to the national patron saint: St. Francis of Assisi. At the same time it is the perfect example of a charming medieval village typical of the Umbria region, with a historic center built out of stone houses and picturesque alleys.

Tours and things to do in Italy

Walking tour of Assisi in a small group This 3 hour walking tour of Assisi will allow you to see the most important landmarks of this pretty hillside town. Discover one of Umbria’s most beautiful gems with the help of a knowledgeable guide!  
48,00
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Semi-private tour of Sanctuaries and Franciscan sites in Assisi surroundings With this semi-private tour, spend a special day immersed in the authentic spirituality of St. Francis sites in Umbria region, in Assisi and surroundings. A guide wil be with you the whole eXPerience!
150,00
per person
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Private tour from Rome to Assisi and Orvieto by comfortable car Join our amazing tour ouside of Rome, where you will discover the marvels of Umbria. A short trip from Rome to discover the magnificent destinations of Orvieto and Assisi. Step aboard our luxury cars and start your romantic journey to Assisi and Orvieto, the perfect half-day trip, not far from Rome!
87,87
per person
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Small-Group Cooking Class in Assisi Let’s embark on a winery and cooking class in Assisi and learn traditional ways of mixing organic ingredients. Some are true enthusiasts and indulge themselves in learning conventional ways of making exceptional Italian food. Learn about local producers of Umbria and Assisi.
125,00
per person
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Full Day Private Walking Tour of Assisi and Spello Enjoy a private walking tour of two Umbrian towns, roaming the beautiful streets of Assisi and Spello, along with a guide paying special attention to you. From a commentary tailored for you, understand the culture and history hidden in the 14th-century frescoes and Renaissance paintings.
86,25
per person
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