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Rome is one the most beautiful cities in the world and every year millions of tourists come to bask in it’s rich culture of art and history. Ancient ruins stand along side regal architectual wonders and it is a city overflowing with unique treasures and artistic masterpieces, there is something to see, on every corner you turn. From the Colosseum and the Trevi fountain to Piazza Navona, there is so much to see !​ Rome the Eternal City, is home to the religious centre of the Catholic Church, but also to the ancient ruins of the Roman Empire. There are alsp numerous buildings including pagan temples and other sites were converted into churches.At the Roman Forum alone, the Curia Iulia or Roman Senate building (Sant’Adriano in Foro), the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina (San Lorenzo in Miranda), and the Temple of Romulus (Santi Cosma e Damiano) were transformed into churches, and the churches of San Giuseppe dei Falegnami and San Pietro in Carcere were built above the Mamertine Prison nearby, where Sts. Peter and Paul were reputed to have been held.

Rome has been the backdrop for numerous Hollywood films, such as Roman Holiday, with Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, La Dolce Vita and more recently The Talented Mr. Ripley. It is the home of the world famous film studios Cine Città, where movies are still filmed today.​ Although people always look to Milan for top Italian fashion, Rome too has it’s ties with fashion. Fendi is based in Rome, the family having immense ties to the city. Bulgari opened it’s atelier there in 1905. Via Condotti is the centre of Rome fashion and is world reknowned  for it’s long street of designer shops. Valentino’s atelier, a six story palazzo, is also close by at the Spanish Steps.​

​This world reknowned tourist destination is a bustling hub of Italian culture and a vibrant city, full of culinary delights and artistic masterpieces waiting to be explored.

What we offer on the Italy Spiritual Tour:

  • Accomodation in centrally located hotel​
  • A visit to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel with both an English speaking Guide  and Audio guide
  • A tour of Rome by night to discover the city’s most famous monuments, such as the Trevi fountain, Piazza Navona and The Pantheon.​
  • Wednesdays see the Pope host a General Audience at St Peter’s Square. Or Sundays see’s the Pope pray the Angelus at St Peter’s Square. (Both events are subject to the itinerary schedule and the Pope’s presence in Rome).​​
  • A visit to St. Mary Major Basilica, Basilica of St. John in Latern (First Papal Residence). A visit to the Basilica of Santa Croce in Jerusalem which has an exceptional collection of relics from the Holy Land, including a full size replica of the Shroud of Turin.
  • A guided tour of Colosseum, Circus Maximus and the Roman Forum.
  • Also includes free time, in which you can familiarise yourself with Rome, at your own pace.


Sorrento is a charming and enchanting town, positioned high above the bay of Naples, with a stunning panorama of the glittering water below. The meditterean clim makes for a magical experience as you explore sun drenched orange and lemon groves and the picturesque narrow streets.

This rustic town is filled with quaint artisan workshops and winding medieval passageways. With it’s mix of tourists and locals, you can enjoy the Italian traditons first hand. See the local’s hang their washing out to dry in the warm afternoon sun or join in, taking a well deserved rest after feasting on the local delicacies at lunch.

Wander though cobbled streets towards the port, Marina Grande, picking up some of the famous Limoncello, on the way to bring home or enjoy after dinner.

With the island of Capri located near by, this makes for the perfect day trip. Enjoy a boat ride through the Blue Grotto , finishing with some delicious coffee after a browse around the elegant boutiques.

What we offer on the Italy Spiritual tour:

  • ​Accomodation in a centrally located hotel​
  • Day trip to Capri with a visit to the Blue Grotto,by boat.
  • A visit to the former Catherdral, dedicated to St Stephen.
  • Free time to explore the island, with it’s quaint piazzas, laberyinth of narrow streets, fashionable boutiques and traditional restaurants, before returning by ferry to Sorrento.
  • Day trip to the Sanctuary of Monte Vergine, dedicated to Mary.
  • ​ There will also be the opportunity to visit the icon of the Black Madonna.
  • Some free time will also be included, to explore beauty of Sorrento, at your own pace.


Pompeii is one of the most significant proofs of Roman civilization and is so well preserved it offers an incredible insight into the art, customs, trades and everyday life of the it’s residents.​

In the year 79 A.D Pompeii cam to a permanent standstill, when one of the most active and spendid Roman centres was unexpectantly buried in a thick layer of ash and lava, from the sudden eruption of Vesuvius near by. The thick layer of volcanic material which submerged it, solidified into extremely hard stone preserving the city intact until the present day, both its buildings as welll as the contents inside the houses and shops, providing an absolutely fascinating picture of “daily” life.​

​The walls of the houses are covered with electoral propaganda messages or risque jokes aimed at particular citizens. The signs on the shop doorways indicate the activity carried out there or the name of the owner. Alongside the elegant villas belonging to the nobility and the luxurious residences of the middle class, stand modest houses where several families lived.​

​​The houses still contain furniture, ornaments, gold and silverware, work tools, kitchenware, bronze and terracotta lamps, foodstuffs of all kinds, counters for serving drinks, grain mills and grindstones, workshops for manufacturing cloth and outlets selling groceries, fruit and vegetables.​
What we offer on the Italy Spiritual tour:
Day visit to Pompeii

  • On arrival there will be a visit to the Shrine of the Blessed Virgin of the Holy Rosary
  • A guided visit of the ruins of ancient Pompeii

San Giovanni Rotondo

This village in the Puglia region, in the southeast of Italy, is where Padre Pio spent most of his life and where his tomb can be found today. The modern town is dominated by the Capuchin Friary here the Saint lived and died.

In San Giovanni Rotondo you can see the cell in which Padre Pio lived and died and the crucifix in front of which he received the stigmata, while praying after Mass in the choir loft of the small Church of Our Lady of Grace on the 20th September 1918. The Church is home to Padre Pio’s tomb as well as an exhibition of Padre Pio’s life in San Giovanni Rotondo and many blessed relics and garments.

What we offer on the Italy Spiritual tour:

  • On route to San Giovanni Rotondo from Sorrento, a visit to Pietrelcina, the birth place of St. Padre Pio, born on May 25th, 1887. Visit here the room of this birth, the friary and the Church of Our Lady of the Angels
  • Then on to the small towm of Monte Sant’Angelo to visit the Shrine of St Michael the Archangel
  • Finally we arrive at San Giovanni Rotondo, where St Padre Pio spent a lifetime of prayer and penance
  • There will be a tour of the shrine including: Tomb and cell of St. Padre Pio, his confessional, and the Crucifix from which he received the stigmata
  • Free afternoon to explore the shrine
  • On saturday evenings, there is an optional candlelight procession at the Shrine
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