The itinerary is focused on the medieval frescoes made during the age of Dante Alighieri when he took a break at Pomposa in his last journey toward Venice.
|MEETING POINT AND TIME||Parking Abbazia di Pomposa, Pomposa|
|AVAILABILITY||All the year, available on request|
|DURATION||Half day – around 2 hours|
|AVAILABLE LANGUAGES||English, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian|
|NOT INCLUDED||Ticket entrance at Abbazia di Pomposa|
ATTENTION: The route is fully on foot, we suggest comfortable shoes and a raincoat. The itinerary is provided of wheelchair facilities and mobility services.
We recommend you to keep your face mask on nose and mouth for the entire duration of the tour and to maintain the distance of at least one meter away from other people.
Our radioguides are sanitized with a 75% concentrated alcholich solution and we use disposable headset and microphones only.
It will starts with Palazzo della Ragione, the Refectory with frescoes made by the Giotto workshop, and the Chapter House, nearby the Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta where you can find the traces of abbots who most influenced this religious place, for example San Guido from Ravenna and Guido d’Arezzo.
The magnificent mosaic floor frames one of the North Italy well conserved pictorial cycles of the 14th century.