Pilgrimage to Italian Shrines

Pilgrimage to Italian Shrines

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Join us for a chance to visit the holy sites of Rome, Monte Cassino, Sorrento, Pompeii, Capri, and more .

September29 – October 10, 2014
$4,499 from Boston
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Your Trip Includes:

  • Round Trip Airfare from Boston
  • Fuel Surcharges and Airport Taxes
  • 10 nights at centrally located 3 & 4 star Hotels as follows: (or similar)
  • ~ 3 nights | Sep 30-03:Hotel Il Cantico – Rome
  • ~ 3 nights | Oct 03-06:Hotel Albatros – Sorrento
  • ~ 2 nights | Oct 06-08:Hotel Gran Hotel Paradiso – San Giovanni Rotondo
  • ~ 2 nights | Oct 09-10:Hotel Dei Priori, Assisi
  • † Transfers as per itinerary by private motor coach
  • † Breakfast and Dinner daily
  • † Wireless headsets for sightseeing
  • † Profession Tour Escort to accompany the group fur the entire pilgrimage
  • † Entrance & Sightseeing with Professional local guides in Rome, Assisi, San Giovanni,
  • Amalfi Coast, Pompeii
  • † Capri Ferry round-trip from Sorrento with transfers
  • † Mass daily & Spiritual activities
  • † Luggage handling (1 piece per person)
  • † Flight bag & portfolio of all travel documents

Not Included: Lunches and Beverages, Tips to your guide & driver.

 

3 Comments
  1. This is exactly the area that I teraelvd to a while ago. We went to all the cities mentioned and what we found crucial was to always go to restaurants that were not in the direct city centre to experience the real Italian Pizza and Pasta. Drink a Limoncello there, it is famous and most of all enjoy your time! I know it will be perfect!Oh, the only not so good experience we had was in Pompeii (food wise). So many people come to see the ruins so of course all the tourist traps are located around that. The quality suffers, so maybe just go to a corner shop and ask for a Panini Pomodoro e Mozzarella (Bun with Tomato and fresh Buffalo Mozzarella from the area!) to take on the day. Also, you should consider taking a bus at least once that drives down the Amalfi coast. Those bus drivers know what they are doing and the view is beautiful!

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