Hotel Portanuova Assisi

Assisi mon amour! What to see in 3 days in Assisi

Assisi is able to give you a sense of absolute serenity! A city inextricably linked with its saints Francis and Clare, in Assisi you will discover a very interesting cultural route by visiting the basilicas of St. Francis and St. Clare, the Temple of Minerva, the Rocca Maggiore, the Porziuncola..The medieval Umbria, the mystical Umbria of St. Francis and St. Clare, the ancient Umbria of Etruscan and Roman people. You won’t have anything else to think about but enjoying the history, the art and the atmosphere of this unique place. We will give you your itinerary to explore the city, and we can agree on unmissable guided tours to learn about one of the many aspects of Assisi, the one that inspires you the most! And even more… the unmistakable Umbrian scents and flavours, the Umbrian ancient recipes and savours. Meet the territory at the table and taste our best local dishes… it will be a wonderful experience!

The 2 nights offer, includes:
rooms equipped with all comforts and arranged with care and taste / discover in the site our fabulous  double superior

Breakfast buffet with sweet and savory delicacies, typical of feasts, yogurt, fresh / dried fruit, juices, homemade cakes, coffee and more and more…

– Delicius Tipical Dinner with local products in an excellent restaurant in Assisi

Private Parking at the hotel included

-All The  minibar in the room included

Welcome drink

Euro 149,00 per person in superior double room

Contact us for full details! Writing to, or calling 075.812405.

Valid until 15/12/2019

not valid for Easter and Long Weekend

 triple room extra charge Euro 50,00 – the quote for tipical dinner it depend from the age of 3° person in the room

(Ask  the hotel for cancellation policy)



Bookable at choice, with rates starting from 15 € per person:

– classical Assisi (Saturdays and Sundays)

– Assisi sanctuaries tour in minivan / taxi (Friday, Saturday, Sunday mornings only, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday)

– Guided tour of the Basilica of St. Francis (every Saturday morning)