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Perugia: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

1. Perugia: 2-Hour Private Walking Tour

The historic journey begins in Piazza IV Novembre, in the city center, where you will pass the Cathedral of San Lorenzo. The tour then continues through various medieval streets to the Renaissance fortress of Rocca Paolina, which displayed the power of Pope Paul III. Since then, the ancient Etruscan, Roman, and Medieval heritage has been destroyed or preserved in underground galleries that are accessible to the public. Continue to the Maggiore fountain, which was built in 1278. Read the Latin inscriptions of the fountain and learn the history of the craftsmen and their role in creating this monumental medieval fountain. The fountain displays multiple iconographies, such as 50 bas-reliefs and 24 statues. Next, stop in the Palazzo dei Priori, which was the seat of the city government in the Middle Ages and is now the municipal seat of Perugia. Explore the Gothic building and pass the griffin and lion at its entrance.

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Gubbio: Tourist Card with City Discounts and Audioguide

2. Gubbio: Tourist Card with City Discounts and Audioguide

Discover Gubbio, one of the most beautiful medieval towns in Italy with an all-day audioguide to help you along the way. Enjoy reduced entry to the museums, the panoramic funicular Funivia Colle Eletto, the Gubbio Express, as well many shops and restaurants around the city.   Visit the Palazzo dei Consoli, the Museo Diocesano, Palazzo Ducale, Palazzo del Bargello, the Roman Theater, and the Basilica of Sant'Ubaldo.  You can also visit the artisan workshops full of handmade creations and be inspired by the many foods options on offer in the city.

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Rome and Vatican City Day Tour from Umbria and Tuscany

3. Rome and Vatican City Day Tour from Umbria and Tuscany

Explore the monuments of Rome and the most important church of the Catholic faith on this full-day tour of Rome and the Vatican City from major towns in Umbria. You will travel by luxury sedan (3-4 passengers), or minivan (5-8 seats), heading south to the Eternal City in comfort. Upon arrival, go to the Basilica of St. Peter's and St. Peter’s Square for the start of your Vatican City visit. Discover one of the most important art collections in the world at the Vatican Museums, collected over centuries by the popes, and featuring masterpieces by Michelangelo, Da Vinci, and more. See Bernini's colonnade in St. Peter’s Square before driving to Piazza Navona. Continue on foot to fully immerse yourself in the lives of modern-day Romans as they walk in the footsteps of their Ancient ancestors. Learn about famous emperors, poets, and architects. See the sites of legendary movies, such as the Trevi Fountain, where Anita Ekberg took a dip in La Dolce Vita. End at the Colosseum before your luxury transfer back to Umbria.

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Rome: Assisi Day Tour

4. Rome: Assisi Day Tour

Saint Francis of Assisi abandoned a life of luxury for a life devoted to Christianity. Due to his devotion to the Christian faith, Saint Francis of Assisi is perhaps the most well-loved saint in the country of Italy, and perhaps also the world. St. Francis is also the patron of animals, merchants, and ecology. His birthplace, Assisi, is one of the most beautiful cities to visit on any trip to Italy. This private tour from Rome offers a unique opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Saint Francis and Saint Claire. You will be taken to the most significant basilicas and the sacred monastery, as well as lively squares, providing you with a fantastic insight into the Umbria area. This is a tour by car with an English-speaking driver. Italian laws permit only licensed tour guides to accompany guests on foot to sight see, so to comply with these strict laws your driver will wait for you with the vehicle while you self tour at your own leisure.

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