Rome & Italy Pilgrimages

Nawas' Pilgrimages to Rome and Italy Are Our Most Popular Tours

Millions of the faithful come to Rome to celebrate their faith in the heart of the Catholic Church; now more than ever with the extraordinary draw of Pope Francis. The beloved Pope has captured the imagination of millions with his humility and call for healing, and Catholics are making the pilgrimage to Italy to seek his inspiration.

For a pilgrim, the typical visit includes an Audience with the Pope and visits to the four major basilicas: St. Peters, St. Mary Maggiore, St. John Lateran and St. Paul's outside the Walls. Other favorite pilgrimage sites in Italy include Assisi, Padua, and San Giovanni Rotondo. With the temperate weather, fewer crowds and lower prices, November through March is our client's favorite time to make a pilgrimage to Italy.

For a detailed itinerary and quote with roundtrip air transportation, contact Nawas.

8 Days Rome & Assisi Pilgrimage

Visit the Vatican and the four major basilicas ... see the Catacombs and other remnants of “ancient” Rome and visit Assisi, birthplace of St. Francis.

8 Days Rome & Florence

You'll visit Florence, birthplace of Renaissance art...St. Francis' town of Assisi... Eternal Rome where you will tour Vatican City and see Michelangelo's frescoes in the Sistine Chapel...attend an Audience with the Pope...then explore "ancient Rome" including the Catacombs and Colosseum.

11 Days Italy Pilgrimage

Discover the romantic canals of Venice...view the Renaissance treasures in Florence ... visit Assisi ... enjoy four nights in Rome including visits to the four major basilicas and a Papal Audience.

11 Days Lourdes & Italy

Pray in Lourdes ... visit the medieval fortress city of Carcassone ... see Avignon and the old Papal Palace ... view the Renaissance artwork in Florence ... visit St. Francis’ town of Assisi and spend three nights in Eternal Rome.

12 Days Sicily & Rome Pilgrimage

Visit sunny Sicily where St. Paul preached and Roman emperors and Norman knights once ruled. Palermo, the capital, is home of the Church of St. John of the Hermits and the cathedral, built in 1185 ... see Monreale, whose splendid cathedral boasts 50,000 square feet of mosaics depicting Biblical events ... view the 7th century lost city of Selinunte ... ruins of Siracusa, a city that once rivaled Athens ... on the mainland, see the amazing ruins of Pompeii ... the beautiful Amalfi Coast ... and Rome where you can attend a Papal Audience.

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