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Via San Francesco

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Via San Francesco

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Assisi and San Francesco day trip from Florence
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See more of Tuscany and Umbria without the hassle of rental cars or public transport by booking this full-day tour from Florence. Take a guided tour of Assisi, and visit the gorgeous basilicas of Saint Francis and Saint Clare. Continue to Perugia where you have free time to explore its landmarks and Etruscan origins on your own. Then enjoy a guided chocolate tasting session before returning to Florence.
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This is a nice street to walk through town between the center of town and the basilica. It has shops, restaurants, businesses, and presumably homes. A good slice of Assisi.
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Assisi felt very safe and this was a nice place for a stroll, to get gelato and browse the shops. We were two middle age women and we never had any problems, always felt safe. One comment on Assisi in general is to beware of the steps. There are many, many stairs to go anywhere
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Via San Francesco is the main pedestrian artery that goes from one end of the city and terminates at the basilica. Numerous shops, cafes, and hotels line this street but it also has several key piazzas (Commune and Popolo) that have centuries old and historically important
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It is the main street to get from the west end of town to Piazza del Comune, starting at the Lower Basilica to Arco del Seminario. Lined with shops, restaurants, and historical and religious buildings, it is a great place to wander. .
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This is the main street of central Assisi. It is lined with shops, restaurants, café’s, hotels, and places of interest. It is nicest in the morning or evening when the day trippers are not there.
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