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Assisi and Orvieto Day Trip from Rome

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Highlights
  • Enjoy the best sights in the Umbria 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
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Assisi and Orvieto Day Trip from Rome
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Tour operates with an English-speaking guide and starts at 7:30am Please note: This is a Multilingual Tour
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Overview
Take a break from the bustling streets of Rome with a coach tour to the peaceful, Italian countryside towns of Orvieto and Assisi. You’ll travel comfortably by coach to Orvieto, best known for its Gothic masterpiece, the Orvieto Cathedral, and then onto the town of Assisi, where you’ll visit the birthplace and home of St. Francis of Assisi.
What to Expect
Your day begins with a pickup from your Rome hotel or a central meeting point determined by your tour guide. As you leave Rome by coach, you’ll travel north along the River Tiber traveling 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 enjoying lunch on the shores of Lake Trasimeno, you’ll head to the UNESCO World Heritage town site famous for being the birthplace and home of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of Italy. A walking tour of Assisi passes by all the sites important to the life of St. Francis including the stall where legend has it he was 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 one day worshipped. The day trip ends once arriving back in Rome.
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Reviewed 16 July 2018
Great locations; disorganized tour

We booked an Assisi/Orvieto day trip from Rome on Viator, which ended up being through Green Line Tours. We loved both Assisi and Orvieto but were disappointed with several things about Green Line, including overall friendliness and service. Our hotel was slightly outside of the...More

Thank laurgav
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile
A great choice to get outside usual Rome spots

Superb route thru the countryside to see Orievto, have a good lunch at a country inn in Tuscany, then see Assisi. Well paced with a very knowledgeable guide. Catherine provided wonderful commentary of just the right amount along the way. If you’re much over 6ft...More

1  Thank Harl3yR1d3r
Reviewed 7 January 2018 via mobile
Recommended

We took the tour to Orvieto and Assisi. I only have positive things to say about this experience. The pick up driver was on time in front of our hotel. The tour bus left Rome at scheduled time. The bus was clean and comfortable.The guide...More

Thank Ni L
Reviewed 9 December 2017 via mobile
A long day of bilingual experience

The sights we saw were great, but I didn't realize it was was a bilingual tour and it became quite tiring having to wait to hear our own engish. I am sure we didn't get all the same information. Assisi was good, but the guide...More

1  Thank WendyML
Reviewed 4 December 2017
unforgettable experience in Umbria

I LOVED this tour. I wasn't sure what to expect in a day tour. I was traveling solo. They left promptly at 7:30am and got us to Orvieto to see the cathedral and to walk around the town. I wish I had 30 more minutes...More

Thank ryantravels13
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