The discovery of the most characteristic corners of the Convent of the Capuchin Friars of the 17th century will be the leitmotif of this guided tour that will take visitors on a journey through the ancient history of this institution!
Entering the Convent means losing the noise of the street and immersing oneself in a special way.
It will not be a guided tour of a museum but of an "ancient house" where some friars still live today. You will visit the spaces where they live, work and pray.
A special moment will be the visit of the ancient library built in 1720 where about 5,600 volumes are collected.
|Guided tour (1.30 minutes) per person||
|Children up to 5 years old free of charge||
Group reduction (minimum 10 people> 5 years old)