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Private Day Tour: Cassino and Abbey of Montecassino from Rome

Begin the tour with a pickup from your accommodation in Rome by a luxury air-conditioned minivan and professional English-speaking driver. Start your 1,5-hour drive to Montecassino, observing the landscape as you go. Upon your arrival, begin a self-guided tour of the Abbey of Montecassino, one of the most well-known Abbeys in the world.You will see also some of the cemeteries for the various military groups and nationalities who are held in high esteem by the local people. Polish, New Zealand, US, French, British and so many others who helped to free Italy from the grip if the Third Reich. You will see the ruins of San Pietro Infine, the village of Sant'Angelo, the battlefield of the Rapido River, the Freedom Bell near that site.  (You can visit also the Polish War Cemetery, The Commonwealth War Cemetery, San Angelo in Theodice Town and the Freedom Bell nearby.)A 3 hours Licensed Guide Expert in Montecassino Abbey and World War II Battelfields is possible to add to the Tour.Free time for a light lunch with local products before returning to Rome. Once you have finished your meal, the driver will bring you back to your accommodation in Rome.The Abbey of Montecassino is one of the most known Abbeys in the world.In 529 Saint Benedict chose this mountain to build a monastery that would host him and those monks following him on the way from Subiaco. Paganism was still present here, but he managed to turn the place into a well-structured Christian monastery where everybody could have the dignity they deserved through praying and working. Within the centuries the Abbey has met magnificence and destruction many times, and has always come out of its ruins stronger. In 577 Langobards destroyed it, then Saracens in 887. In 1349 a violent earthquake occurred.In February 1944 a bombardment almost flatted it.The Battle of Monte Cassino (also known as the Battle for Rome and the Battle for Cassino) was a costly series of four assaults by the Allies against the Winter Line in Italy held by Axis forces during the Italian Campaign of World War II. The intention was a breakthrough to Rome.Between 17 January and 18 May of 1944, Monte Cassino and the Gustav defences were assaulted four times by Allied troops, the last involving twenty divisions attacking along a twenty-mile front. The German defenders were finally driven from their positions, but at a high cost. The capture of Monte Cassino resulted in 55,000 Allied casualties, with German losses being far fewer, estimated at around 20,000 killed and wounded.

$98.97 Day Trips & Excursions

Montecassino day tour from Rome

The Abbey of Montecassino is one of the most famous Abbeys in the world. In 529 St. Benedict chose this mountain to build a monastery that would have hosted him and those monks who followed him from Subiaco. Paganism was still present, but he managed to turn this place into a well-structured Christian monastery where everyone could have the dignity he deserved, through prayer and work.Over the centuries the abbey has known many times magnificence and destruction, and has always been reborn stronger from its ruins."Ora et Labora et Lege": this is the motto of the Rule of Saint Benedict that the monks still follow in their daily routine: some study in the library surrounded by ancient books, or do research in the archive on wonderful manuscripts, others welcome guests who they arrive in search of a moment of inner peace and serenity. And if you are visiting the Abbey, you might encounter some of them taking a walk in the cloisters before returning to their cells to pray in solitude, or to meet later for common prayer.Enjoy a comfortable journey from Rome to Montecassino, entrust us to discover the city, its abbey and its places of memory.

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Silent Disco Tour of Subiaco Perth Western Australia with a Scottish Twist

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Markets on Rokeby, Subiaco, Greater Perth, Western AustraliaSinging and dancing in a silent disco tour along Subiaco.A Fringe Festival Hub in The City of Subiaco. Subilicious will become a hub in the west end of the City, linking the majestic Regal Theatre with the delightful hidden treasure, Subiaco Arts Centre. A hue of pink will take over the city during the event. The hub will provide a sensory experience throughout Subiaco with street performers leading the way. Follow the journey along Rokeby Road and immerse yourself in pop-up venues and bars with hidden treats down alleyways. A little naughty, plenty of nice and a whole lot of fun! (Runs duration of fringe world festival) jan 18 - feb 17Duration: 1 hourPass By: Subiaco HotelA Fringe Festival Hub in The City of Subiaco. Subilicious will become a hub in the west end of the City, linking the majestic Regal Theatre with the delightful hidden treasure, Subiaco Arts Centre. A hue of pink will take over the city during the event. The hub will provide a sensory experience throughout Subiaco with street performers leading the way. Follow the journey along Rokeby Road and immerse yourself in pop-up venues and bars with hidden treats down alleyways. A little naughty, plenty of nice and a whole lot of fun! (Runs duration of fringe world festival) jan 18 - feb 17