Transfer from Rome to Florence via Assisi by minibus.


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Rome to Florence Transfer via Assisi
Available in both directions and for other destinations in Tuscany

Transfer Rome - Florence
• Two hour stop and free tour of Assisi
• Pick up and drop off directly at your hotel
• Recent model minivan with AC
• Departure 08.30 am
• Total time about seven hours

2017 Price list

Transfer Florence - Rome with en route tour of Assisi for 2-3 people €730
Transfer Florence - Rome with en route tour of Assisi for 4-8 people €850

Meals & refreshments not included, but no further extras are required.

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Rome Florence TransferTransfer Rome FlorenceRome - Florence transfers are carried out by my partner and friend, Giovanni Musella. He has been a licensed driver guide for twenty years and has a vast experience in the tourism sector. Before this he was a communications officer with the U.N. for twelve years. His command of the English language is perfect and his social skills are truly professional. He will provide you with his amiable company and excellent knowledge of Italy, for a pleasing and safe drive to your destination.

The first sight of Assisi, perched halfway up the slopes of Mount Subasio is extraordinary. Virtually untouched by modern architecture, with the soft pink of its medieval buildings shimmering against the greenery of the mountain, Assisi is an experience for the eye and the soul.

San Francisco and Los Angeles both take their names from Assisi, and the city attracts thousands of pilgrims every year, due to its connection to the Saint Francis. Assisi is also known for its well-preserved medieval and Roman architecture and the pink color of the marble of its ancient buildings.

I suggest you start your tour at the "top" of town with a visit to the Basilica. The Basilica, begun two years after the death of the saint in 1228, is composed of two churches and a crypt housing the Saint's tomb. The lower Basilica was decorated by the greatest painters of the 13th and 14th century: Cimabue, Giotto, the Lorenzetti brothers, and Simone Martini. The upper Basilica is adorned by Giotto's frescoes illustrating the life of St Francis.

next head towards the center of town along the beautiful litlle streets from where we'll have a fantastic view of the valley below.

The main piazza (Roman forum) will have us believing to be on a film set of ancient Rome as we admire 1st-century Roman temple of Minerva. This is a great place to sit on the steps eat a gelato and do some people watching.

Then you can admire the 13th-century Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo, and the 14th century Palazzo dei Priori. Then we continue our walk and after a few minutes arrive in Piazza Santa Chiara, with its pink marble church dedicated to saint Chiara and a truly breathtaking view over the valley Umbrian of olive groves.

Please note: by Italian law, driver guides are not allowed to do historical guiding of museums, monuments and city sights. Therefore, city visits are to be considered free tours.

Sergio Ceccherini

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