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

    Meals included: dinner

    Arrival in Rome Fiumicino airport and transfer to Sorrento, facing the Bay of Naples. The rest of the day is free for relaxation or personal exploration. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

  2. 2Day 2 Capri

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    After breakfast at the hotel, embark on a high-speed ferry to the stunning island of Capri, located in the Bay of Naples. Famous for its breathtaking scenery and the mesmerizing Blue Grotto, Capri is a true gem. Spend a day at your own pace, discovering all the island has to offer.

    Begin your adventure by exploring the charming Piazzetta, known as the heart of Capri, where you can enjoy a coffee and people-watch. Take a leisurely stroll along the elegant Via Camerelle, lined with high-end boutiques and quaint shops. Be sure to visit the iconic Faraglioni rock formations, which are some of the most photographed landmarks on the island.

    The Blue Grotto, or Grotta Azzurra, is a must-see attraction. This sea cave is famous for the extraordinary blue light that illuminates its interior, created by sunlight passing through an underwater cavity. The experience of entering the grotto on a small rowboat and witnessing the vibrant blue water is truly magical.

    After a full day of exploring, return to Sorrento by ferry. Enjoy your evening at leisure and rest overnight at the hotel.

  3. 3Day 3 Pompei

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    After enjoying breakfast, set off for a full-day excursion to Pompeii. Spend the day exploring the ancient Roman ruins of Pompeii, a city that was destroyed and buried by the catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Wander through the remarkably preserved streets, homes, and public buildings, gaining insight into the daily life of ancient Romans.

    In the afternoon, attend Mass at the Shrine of the Virgin of the Rosary of Pompeii. This significant pilgrimage site, built in the late 19th century, is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary and is renowned for its stunning mosaics, beautiful frescoes, and the miraculous image of Our Lady of Pompeii. The shrine is a center of Marian devotion, attracting thousands of pilgrims each year, especially during the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary in October.

    After returning to Sorrento, enjoy a leisurely afternoon exploring the town at your own pace. Discover its charming streets, picturesque views, and local shops. Conclude your day with a delightful dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.

  4. 4Day 4 Positano / Amalfi / San Giovanni Rotondo

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    After breakfast, embark on a scenic drive along the Amalfi coast road, famous for its breathtaking views of the rugged coastline and the Mediterranean Sea. Your first stop will be in the picturesque town of Positano, known for its colorful buildings and charming streets.

    Continue your journey to the town of Amalfi, where you will visit the Cathedral of St. Andrew. Inside, you can explore the crypt and reliquary of St. Andrew, which houses the remains of the Apostle. The cathedral, a masterpiece of medieval architecture, is adorned with stunning mosaics and intricate decorations. The crypt is a sacred site, deeply revered by pilgrims and visitors alike, and holds significant historical and spiritual importance.

    Following your visit to Amalfi, proceed to San Giovanni Rotondo. In the evening, enjoy a delicious dinner and settle in for an overnight stay at the hotel.

  5. 5Day 5 San Giovanni Rotondo / Monte Sant'Angelo

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    After breakfast, dedicate your day to exploring sites linked to the life of the humble Capuchin priest, St. Pio of Pietrelcina, affectionately known as Padre Pio. Begin with a scenic drive through the picturesque Gargano Peninsula to visit the renowned Shrine of St. Michael the Archangel. This sacred site, perched atop Mount Gargano, has been a major pilgrimage destination since the 5th century, believed to be consecrated by the Archangel Michael himself.

    Afterward, return to San Giovanni Rotondo, the town where Padre Pio spent much of his life. Here, you can delve deeper into the life of this revered saint, known for his piety, charity, and the stigmata he bore. Visit the Church of Our Lady of Grace, where Padre Pio celebrated Mass and offered confessions, and the newer Padre Pio Pilgrimage Church, designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano, which houses his remains.

    In the evening, enjoy a delightful dinner and settle in for an overnight stay at the hotel, reflecting on the profound spiritual experiences of the day.

  6. 6Day 6 Manoppello / Roma

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    Begin your day with breakfast before departing San Giovanni Rotondo and heading towards Rome. En route, make a stop in the charming town of Manoppello. Here, you will visit the Sanctuary of the Volto Santo (Sacred Face), home to the mysterious and revered image of the Holy Face of Jesus. This image, believed by some to be the Veil of Veronica, is a delicate, transparent cloth bearing the face of Christ, miraculously imprinted without any signs of paint or pigment. Celebrate Mass at the Shrine of the Holy Face, immersing yourself in the profound spirituality of this sacred relic.

    After your visit, continue your journey to Rome. Upon arrival, check in to your hotel, savor a delicious dinner, and spend the night in this historic and spiritually rich city.

  7. 7Day 7 Vatican City

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    After breakfast, begin your day with a Mass at the Tomb of St. Peter. Following this spiritual start, embark on a guided tour of the Vatican Museums. These museums house one of the most impressive art collections in the world, accumulated by the Roman Catholic Church over centuries. You’ll explore the vast array of galleries, including the Gallery of Maps, the Raphael Rooms, and the impressive collection of classical sculptures.

    The highlight of your visit will be the Sistine Chapel, where you can admire Michelangelo’s renowned frescoed ceiling and his powerful depiction of the Last Judgment. The tour will then lead you to St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the largest churches in the world and a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture. Here, you can marvel at Michelangelo’s famous sculpture, the “Pietà,” and take in the grandeur of the basilica’s interior.

    After this enriching experience, enjoy a delightful dinner and relax for the night at your hotel.

  8. 8Day 8 Roma

    Meals included: breakfast, dinner

    After breakfast, embark on a tour of the Papal Basilicas of Rome. Begin with a visit to the Basilica of St. Paul Outside-the-Walls, one of Rome’s four major basilicas, known for its stunning mosaics and the tomb of St. Paul. Next, head to the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, the oldest and most important basilica in the Western world, serving as the official ecclesiastical seat of the Pope. Finally, visit the Basilica of St. Mary Major, renowned for its beautiful mosaics and its status as the largest church in Rome dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Conclude your day with a delightful dinner and a restful overnight stay at your hotel.

  9. 9Day 9 Roma

    Meals included: breakfast

    After a breakfast in the hotel, transfer with private bus to the airport.

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