Tour Terni Todi Assisi - Private

Leaving from Rome this tour will allow you to have a full immersion day in the characteristic town of Terni, which means "land between two rivers”.
The city preserves a part of its old town center and some impressive monuments. Among these, we would like to point out in particular the church of St. Francis (12th century) and finally the Marmore’s Falls. Continuing the tour we will arrive at Todi.

Besides the legends about the origins of Todi, the town was founded by the Umbrian people 2700 years before Christ. Later on, first the Etruscans and then the Romans held the power over the town, building up a number of monuments, most of which can still be admired.
Here in Todi you will enjoy free time to allow for taking pictures and visiting monuments like the Nicchioni Romani, in Mercato Vecchio square. Probably these large niches were in ancient time part of a basilica....

Leaving Todi we will continue towards Assisi.

Represents a unique example of continuity of a city-sanctuary within its environmental setting from its Umbrian-Roman and medieval origins to the present and represented in the cultural landscape, the religious ensembles, systems of communication, and traditional land-use.

Being the birthplace of the Franciscan Order, Assisi from the Middle Ages has been closely associated with the cult and diffusion of the Franciscan movement in the world. This is focusing on the universal message of peace and tolerance even to other religions or beliefs. Here in Assisi you will have free time that will allow you to enjoy your discoveries.

We will come back to Rome in the evening.

Highlights: Terni, Church of St. Francis, Todi, Nicchioni Romani, Assisi

What’s included: Pick up, English speaking driver, Full day tour, Drop off
Not included: Professional English speaking guide, Tasting, Lunch and Drinks, Visits the inside of monuments and museums
Available: Every day
Starting at: On request
Person: Min 1, Max 8


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