Pilgrimage to Italy

  • Destination: Italy
  • Duration: 11 days

Date: June 28 – July 8, 2021
Spiritual Directors: Fr. Louis Richard and Dcn. Seth Lemaire

Take a pilgrimage to Italy in celebration of Dcn. Seth Lemaire’s ordination to the priesthood. Visit Vatican City, the epicenter of our Catholic faith and see historical and cultural sites in Assisi, Florence and Rome.

• Round-trip airport transfer by luxury motor coach
• Round trip airfare to Rome
• Hotel accommodations (4-star, double or triple occupancy)
• Ground transportation by luxury motor coach
• Meals (all breakfasts and dinners)
• Spiritual Directors
• Magnificat Travel Escort
• Local experienced and multi-lingual tour guides
• Masses and spiritual activities coordinated
• Cover charges, entrance fees, and/or registration fees
• Orientation and Pre-departure meetings
• Hospitality packet
• Early registration discounts or interest-free payment plans available

 & Add-ons
• Taxes & fees
• Travel Insurance
• Lunches and meals while in transit
• Tips ($120, collected at journey departure)
• Single room supplement
• Flight upgrades
• Significant foreign exchange rate fluctuation

Pricing & Payment

Please call for pricing.

For more information:
E-mail: info@holytravels.org
Phone: 337.291.1933
Toll free: 877.454.7469
Fax: 337.291.1935

Pilgrimage Highlights

AssisiAssisi Street
• Basilica and Tomb of St. Francis
• Basilica and Tomb of St. Clare
• Basilica of Our Lady of the Angels
• San Damiano

• Academy (Michelangelo’s David)
• Piazza del Duomo
• Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
• Baptistery of St. John
• Church of Santa Croce
• Art of Fra Angelico

Cinque Terre
• Mediterranean Coast

Rome & Vatican City
• Basilica of St. Peter
• Angelus at St. Peter’s Square
• Tomb of St. John Paul II
• Scavi Tour, if available
• Basilica of St. Mary Major
• Basilica of St. Paul Outside the WallsSt. Peter's in Pink
• Basilica of St. John Lateran
• The Colosseum
• The Pantheon
• St. Callixtus Catacombs
• Vatican Museum
• Sistine Chapel
• Basilica of St. Peter in Chains
• Michelangelo’s Moses
• Trevi Fountain
• Piazza Navona
• Church of the Gesu
• St. Anselm on the Aventine

• St. Andrew’s Cathedral

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