Transfer from Rome to Assisi
How to get from Rome to Assisi
Located not far away from Perugia, Assisi is probably the most famous town in Umbria and one of the most beautiful places in central Italy. Our comfortable private transfer from Rome to Assisi is the best way to travel. We offer you a pleasant, unforgettable trip in one of our business cars.
All your requests and needs will be fully satisfied.
Booking a transfer to Assisi with us is easy
We offer you the best way to reach reach Assisi from Rome in only 2,5 hours. Enjoy a ride in our Premium class cars! Our drivers will pick you up in the morning from your hotel, B&B, apartment, residence, train station, airport or any other place you indicate.
We allow maximum flexibility. There are no fixed schedules, no fixed routes. You can plan where to go and enjoy the trip with as many stops on the way as you wish.
Book a transfer from Rome to Assisi with us!
You won’t miss anything along the way. Our expert drivers will entertain you during the trip and make you enjoy it. As soon as you fill out the request form below, one of our operators will contact you and give you all the needed information. We offer:
- 24/7 service
- No queues
- Peace, quiet and comfort
- English-speaking drivers
- Free wi-fi and fresh water on board
**Our transfer prices from Rome to Assisi: All our prices are fixed and clear, there will be no additional charges.
It is a medieval town with a lovely panorama and amazing squares. It will remain forever connected to St. Francis, the patron saint of Italy and the town's beloved son. This town attracts lots of tourists and tons of pilgrims. Assisi is the third most visited pilgrimage town in Italy, hosting many religious festivals and conferences. The “Basilica di San Francesco” is one of the most frequented churches in Umbria, and its beauty is crowned by Giotto's renowned fresco series about St. Francis's life. The town suffered serious damage during a major earthquake in 1997, but restoration was successful and after a renovation most of the sites can be visited today.