Assisi is a city in the Italian region of Umbria and has about 28,000 inhabitants.
From the Assisi Travel Guide
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Thanks to Franca & Enrico for making my stay at Il Borgo such a wonderful experience. I arrived on the train and without hesitation Franca picked me up. With me speaking very little Italian and Franca not speaking english she still managed to show me the where to get food in Rivotorto, the facilities at Il Borgo and how to get to Assisi. ... more
Decription is totally right .No surprise. Management very helpful Very good value for the price ... more
Hi all! I am planning to do a short trip to Assisi if possible now by Easter. I would like to have some tips about budget accommodation (single room with ensuite bathroom), interesting monuments and landscapes and especially transport to and from Rome or Milano because I live in Portugal. I hope ...
ROME - SAN GIOVANNI ROTONDO - ASSISI - VENICE
Hi people! Could you kindly advise on me on how to plan a trip starting at Rome (where I will arrive by plan), going next to San Giovanni Rotondo (about one day or so there), then moving to Assisi where I will stay at least one day, then moving on to Venice, where I plan to stay four days and finally ...
Tuscany hill towns from Sienna and Florence
Hi there, I am wondering if any buses or trains go to any of the famous "Hill" towns that are closer to Florence and Sienna in Italy. San Giamgiano and Assisi are naming a few. Do you guys know if I can get to these for day trips? I do not have a vehicle as I am travelling via Eurail and bus ...
Day 19 Assisi - What a day to finish the tour on! We had a 7.30am start and a 2.5 hour drive to get to Assisi, but it was well worth it. It is a very quiet and peaceful place, even with hundreds ...
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