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Malta & Italy: Steps of Apostle Paul


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12 Days / 10 Nights, Malta, Medina, Mosta, Rabat, Valetta, Sicily, Catania, Calabria, Campania, Positano, Naples, Herculaneum, Pozzuoli, Gaeta, Citta Mediovale, Rome


TOUR FEATURE INCLUDES: • Round-trip air: USA – Malta & Rome – USA • Air between Malta to Sicily


• Meet and assist upon arrival by your Homeric Tours representative


• Private deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach throughout


• Your choice of 3, 4 or 5 star hotels • 3 Nights of hotel accommodation in Malta • 7 Nights of hotel accommodation in Italy • Breakfast and dinner daily • 10 Days of sightseeing tours • All transfers • All entrance fees • Hotel taxes and service charges • Porterage of one suitcase per person • USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program


The itinerary may be modified and tailored to the specific requirements and budget of your group. * Ask about our church donation program


The Vatican, Rome, Italy


DAY BY DAY ITINERARY DAY 1: USA


Depart for your transatlantic flight to Malta. DAY 2: MALTA


Meet your Homeric Tours representative and proceed to Valletta for a visit. View a media presentation on the history of Malta entitled “The Malta Experience.” Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 3: MEDINA / MOSTA / RABAT Following breakfast, enjoy a visit to St. Paul’s bay and the site of the ship wreck. On to “Mosta Rotunda,” a dome shape Church in Mosta. We then continue to Rabat to visit St. Paul’s church and its Grotto. Visit the Roman Domus, followed by a walking tour of the Cathedral dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 4: VALETTA After breakfast depart for worship at St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral in Valetta. St. Paul’s is one of two cathedrals that serves the Diocese of Europe and the Church of England. The afternoon is for leisure. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 5: MALTA / SICILY Transfer to the airport for your flights to Catania, Sicily. Meet your Homeric Tour representative upon arrival and proceed to Siracusa, the site of St. Paul’s arrival in Sicily. Continue to Taormina. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 6: CATANIA / CALABRIA / CAMPANIA / POSITANO


After breakfast, morning departure to cross the Straits of Messina via ferry for our trip north along the western coast of Italy through the regions of Calabria and Campania, en route to the Amalfi Coast. Stop in Vietri for a visit to the pottery shops of this famous village prior to Positano. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 7: NAPLES / HERCULANEUM / POZZUOLI / GAETA


Enjoy breakfast before traveling along the Amalfi Coast to Naples with a stop in Herculaneum. Visit this ancient city buried by the same eruption that destroyed Pompeii. Continue to Pozzuoli where Apostle Paul landed after leaving Rhegium. Continue to Gaeta. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 8: SAN VINCENZO After breakfast, depart for San Vincenzo al Volturno for a visit to the Abbey of San Vincenzo. The Abbey dates back to 703 A.D. Dinner and overnight in Gaeta. (B,D)


DAY 9: GAETA / CITTA MEDIOVALE Following breakfast enjoy a tour of Gaeta to visit Monte Orlando, site of a first century B.C. mausoleum and Montagna Splicatta’s, monastery. Continue onto Citta Mediovale to visit the Golden Chapel of the church of Annunciation and the Doumo. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and over- night. (B,D)


DAY 10: ROME After breakfast, depart for Rome with a stop in Minturno. Visit the ruins, and then continue on the Appian Way viewing the sites of Foro Appio and Tres Tabernae. Your visit will include San Paola Fuori le Mura, built on the tomb of St. Paul. Visit also includes the cloisters and the catacombs of San Sebastioano. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 11: ROME Enjoy breakfast and then prayer time at the Episcopal Church of St. Paul. After church visit Vatican City followed by free time at leisure. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 12: USA After breakfast transfer to the airport for your flight home. (B)


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