Hotels to remember: Assisi

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Assisi: introduction

Assisi Hotel

Assisi is known throughout the world as the city of St Francis, the monk who spoke to the animals and with God, whose cult has spread across the globe. Linked to the Saint are the Basilica of St Francis, as well as the Eremo of the Prisons and the convent of St. Damian, the place where God spoke to the Monk.

As well as these places associated with the saint, there are many other sites which earn Assisi great historical relevance, the Palazzo dei Priori in the Piazza del Comune, the Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo and the temple of Minerva. Descending towards the plains below the city, one finds the large Basilica of St. Maria of the Angels, erected to protect the Porziuncola Chapel.

The geographical position of Assisi completes the beauty of the place, dominated by Mount Subasio, a natural oasis rich of holm oaks and oak trees. The visitor is struck by the medieval structure, characterized by the long city wall which protects the heart of the ancient Assisi.

Assisi: suggestions from the hotels

Paola Moro e Erich Breuer

(Direttore)

Locanda del Gallo

Historical Residences

Paola Moro e Erich Breuer

Umbria, its green fields, smell of the flowers, its medieval towns on the top of a hill from which miles and miles of unique landscapes, its golden sunsets and the way the clouds grab hold of the mountains in the morning. A special place (Locanda del Gallo) →

Rebecca Winke

(Titolare)

Brigolante Guest Apartments

Farmhouse Holidays

Rebecca Winke

Assisi is one of the most beautiful Medieval hilltowns in all of Italy, and birthplace of Saint Francis. From Brigolante, you can visit all of Umbria's most iconic hilltowns, wineries, abbeys & monasteries, natural parks, and other sights. (Brigolante Guest Apartments) →

Francesco Micci

(proprietario)

Il Cantico della Natura

Farmhouse Holidays

Francesco Micci

The Song of Nature is an Eco Resort and Organic farm on Lake Trasimeno located in a beautiful stone house of 1600 surrounded by a centuries-old olive grove of 400 years and 30 hectares of woods and unspoiled nature. (Il Cantico della Natura) →

Assisi: places to see in the area