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When in Italy, I make it a point to visit Cascia in order to pay homage to my favorite saint, St. Rita.
The Basilica is located on top of a winding mountain. The views of the town from the Basilica are really breathtaking. I can't...More
Reaching there from Rome was a problem. There is only 1 bus that leave from statione tiburitina at 730 am reaching cascia 10 30am and leaves 330pm to arrive back to rome at 630pm. The basilica can be reached by using escalator. The mass was...More
This church may be modern, but people flock to this place primarily to venerate the mortal remains of St. Rita of Cascia (located in a chapel on the left side of the main altar). The entire complex is actually divided into two parts: we have...More
We just returned from visiting St Rita's Basilica. The simplest way to get there from Rome is to take the bus to Cascia from Tiburtina Station ( payed 28 euros for two round trip). The bus was ok, not super comfortable because the road, freeway,...More
I believe that is not possible to collect leaves (or one leaf) from the grape of St. Rita...by the way you can pray inside the Monaster or inside the churh. Or, in alternative, you can buy some objects devoted to St. Rita...
Response from SusanaMCalifornia | Reviewed this property |
So sorry I didn’t get notified I had a message. We took a bus from the Vatican to Cassia, almost three hrs to get there. When we went to the Holy Land we did a tour which I highly recommend, we used Gate Ine but there are... More
So sorry I didn’t get notified I had a message. We took a bus from the Vatican to Cassia, almost three hrs to get there. When we went to the Holy Land we did a tour which I highly recommend, we used Gate Ine but there are many tour companies that go there. It was an amazing tour plus we went to Petra also organized by Gate 1
Good luck to you both places were worth the visit!