Things to Do in Assisi

Things to Do in Assisi, Italy - Assisi Attractions

Things to Do in Assisi

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  • iswhizz2016
    Hebden Bridge, UK13 contributions
    We often visit churches and spiritual places in search of beautiful architecture but also special sacred energy. This one amazed us both, with its very warm earthy coloured paintings and low ceilings, a complete contrast to the usual grandiose cathedrals and churches which abound Europe. Incredible architecture too.
    Written September 20, 2022
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  • L0d0
    London269 contributions
    This enormous baroque Basilica encloses the tiny in Gothic chapel St Francis prayed. It is an active pilgrimage site and likely to be busy. For this reason photographs are not allowed inside.
    Follow the people in silence into the inner chapel with its beautiful early altarpiece and to another altar marking the spot where Saint Francis died.
    In the cloister behind is Saint Francis’rose garden and a chapel with more frescoes.
    Written September 21, 2022
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  • Barbara S
    Krakow, Poland1,520 contributions
    It's incredible to realize San Francesco lived here. You can see places where he prayed and slept. The doors/corridors are very narrow - the place is definitely different from others. Around - there is a holy forest with many paths dedicated to certain frairs. It's about 4-5 km away from the city centre.
    Written October 23, 2021
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  • Bea T
    Munich, Germany289 contributions
    A real gem in midst of a wonderful environment. so well maintained. the occasional bronze sculpture suit so well.
    Written September 20, 2020
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  • PurpleAnkh
    Fort Washington, MD217 contributions
    Reverence for faith, history, and architecture. loved the circular window. Visited as part of a trip to Assisi. I participated in a guided tour which was an awesome way to learn the history behind Santa Chiara and this edifice
    Written September 15, 2022
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  • Peter M
    4 contributions
    We had a wonderful lunch and tasted several wines. The meal and all the wines were delicious. I ordered a case of the Rose’ to be shipped home to Connecticut.
    Written September 18, 2022
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  • LRS D
    32 contributions
    This is worth the hike and the ticket to see how they lived and to get to the very top. You can see both sides of the mountain and a special art installation of olive trees in a grove called "Third Paradise" from above. You can feel how guards may have been stationed and see both the slots for shooting arrows or pouring out hot liquids on attackers. Inside a very narrow spiral staircase leads to museum displays of ancient life in picture and floating floors still allow a sense of the majesty of the space.
    Written September 1, 2021
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  • G.B.
    871 contributions
    The church itself is not exceptional, but the peculiarity is that just nearby there is the place where he was born and grew up St. Clare. Moreover, the baptismal font is the one where St. Francis was baptized. E' moreover present the crypt of St. Rufino.
    Written October 7, 2021
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  • Rosy
    Spello, Italy22 contributions
    As soon as I can I come back to do another tour of Assisi!
    I love the city and I love its people.
    I have never regretted staying in Italy despite problems and now we will get up together,
    I will stand by your side!
    Written May 6, 2020
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  • JOHNNYFRY
    Bendigo, Australia55 contributions
    Piazza del Comune has the most impressive buildings wrapped into one magnificent open air history lesson. The 1st century Roman Temple of Minerva: the 13th century Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo: the 1305 Torre del Popolo and the 14th century Palazzo dei Priory. Then there is the Roman Forum underneath your feet that not many people know about. which encompasses the original Roman paving and the base of the ancient Temple of Minerva. There is a small cost for entry but well worth a visit.
    Written September 17, 2022
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  • AlterSchwede13
    Boblingen, Germany1,540 contributions
    A beautiful city with a lot of sights, many angles, more than enough places to stop for a break. Assisi is perfectly organized for the narrow: multi-storey car parks, tunnels into the city for pedestrians, elevators, relatively clean, an absolute must
    Written October 30, 2021
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  • Marco P
    Ragusa, Italy87 contributions
    You need to spend enough time to visit that incredible spiritual site!
    it's full of ancient story, the pray location built by S.Francesco
    is a small Catholic church located within the Papal Basilica of Saint Mary of the Angels
    Written July 5, 2021
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  • Oldjack
    Greater Melbourne, Australia26,630 contributions
    The Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva was built in 1539 but the outer shell of the ancient Roman temple with its six Corinthian columns dates back to the 1st Century BC,. Inside is interesting but not as elaborate as some churches
    Written September 11, 2022
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  • LRS D
    32 contributions
    This is well worth your time. There is someone there to tell you of the significance of the art installation which is both beautiful and highly symbolic. The Tao that is also now housed there is truly an icon. We were very moved by our visit. It is not large so it didn't take long.
    Written September 1, 2021
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  • Thankful
    1 contribution
    Wonderful company; very knowledgeable. Once you reach a high point in the walk through the vineyard, a beautiful view of the valley.
    Written May 26, 2022
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