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8 days (7 nights)
  1. 1Day 1 Roma

    Meals included: dinner

    Meeting with one of our assistants at Rome Fiumicino airport. Transfer to hotel in private coach. Accommodation in reserved rooms. Dinner and overnight stay.


  2. 2Day 2/ Day 3 Roma

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    Meeting with the guide, getting on the coach and entire days dedicated to a guided visit to Rome, the cradle of Christianity, historical base of the Roman Empire and political center of Italy; of the basilica of S. Pietro papal seat, of S. Giovanni in Laterano, of S. Maria Maggiore and of S. Paolo futuro le mure. Walking along Via della Conciliazione, you can see Castel S. Angelo with the bridge of the same name. Also visit on foot the worldly Rome with Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Piazza di Spagna, the Altar of the Fatherland and the Trevi Fountain. Possibility of celebrating Holy Mass.

  3. 3Day 4 Roma / Napoli

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    Transfer by coach to Rome Termini train station. Accommodation in reserved 2nd class carriages and departure by high-speed train to Naples. Arrival, getting on the coach, meeting with the guide and panoramic tour of Naples, also known as the city of the sun. At the end, transfer to the hotel. Accommodation in reserved rooms.

  4. 4Day 5 Napoli

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    Whole day dedicated to a guided tour of the Neapolitan capital by bus and by foot. Passing through Spaccanapoli, visit the cloister of S. Chiara, the Cathedral with the chapel of S. Gennaro and his miraculous blood and the chapel of S. Severo with the magnificent Veiled Christ.  Possibility to celebrate Holy Mass

  5. 5Day 6 Napoli

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    Morning dedicated to continuing visits to the Campania capital. Starting from the Caracciolo seafront, passing through the districts of Posillipo and Mergellina, you reach via S. Gregorio Armeno famous for its nativity scene statues. Free time.  In the afternoon by bus, departure for Pompeii. Guided visit to the archaeological site to discover the splendor of the former Roman Empire. At the end, visit the Sanctuary of the Madonna del Rosario, a pilgrimage center in Italy. Possibility to celebrate Holy Mass.

  6. 6Day 7 Napoli / Pietrelcina / Napoli

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    Excursion by bus and guide to Pietrelcina in the province of Benevento, to visit the places of Padre Pio. Visit to the church of S. Anna where he was baptized and received his first communion and confirmation, to the church of S. Maria degli Angeli where the saint celebrated his first mass, to the museum where some objects that have some connection with St. Pious like the tunic with traces of blood which was the one used during his weekly flagellation and of the Chapel of San Francesco in Piana Romana, a sacred place built in 1958 in the locality “Piana Romana”, where the countryside of the Forgione family of the Saint was located . The chapel was built in the place where Padre Pio loved to gather in prayer in a straw hut. In the sacred place, the elm tree where he received the first stigmata is preserved. Not far from the chapel there is a well that was dug in the place that Padre Pio indicated to his father, irritated because he could not find a point with the presence of water. In the afternoon panoramic tour of Benevento called by the ancient Romans first Maleventum and then Beneventum. The city boasts a conspicuous historical-artistic and archaeological heritage, the result of the various dominations and affiliations that have occurred throughout its history. Since June 2011, the church of Santa Sofia, built in 760 by the Lombard duke Arechi II, has become part of the UNESCO world heritage site.  The symbol of the city is the Arch of Trajan, which appears to be one of the Roman triumphal arches with the best preserved reliefs. Also of interest are the Rocca dei rectori, the Cathedral and the church of S. Ilario, a monumental complex of Lombard origin, built around the 6th – 7th century on the ruins of a previous building. The name of the complex, in the past used as a church, derives from the proximity to the Arch of Trajan, which in the Middle Ages, inserted in the city walls, took the name of Porta Aurea. A convent was then added to the church building, of which some remains are visible; noteworthy are the cisterns and wells for collecting water. Possibility to celebrate Holy Mass. Return to Naples.

  7. 7Day 8 Napoli / Roma

    Meals included: breakfast

    Bus transfer to Rome Fiumicino airport. Processing of boarding and departure formalities

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