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"Summer Series UNITED" is an open group made up of English-speaking, young adult individuals and small groups from around the world.
Each pilgrim reserves his or her own flights to Rome. Your JMJ Youth Guide meets you at the airport upon arrival, and escorts the group to your accommodations.
The Summer Series UNITED group will experience the Summer Series "Core" week in Assisi and Rome together.
Read on for more information, then fill out the form at the bottom of the page to have pricing and package details sent to your email as soon as they are available.
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Summer Series UNITED Itinerary
Jul 22 Arrive in Rome, transfer to Assisi, and watch the
sunset from the Castle
Jul 23 Tour principle basilicas of Assisi, explore the city
during a free afternoon and evening
Jul 24 Transfer to Rome. Take in first sights of the Eternal
City: Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Spanish Steps, and
many remarkable churches.
Jul 25 Walking tour of Rome: the Roman Forum*,
the Colosseum*, St. Peter in Chains, the Gesú, and
the Trevi Fountain.
Jul 26 Descend into the Catacombs of San Callisto. In the
afternoon, climb the Holy Stairs and visit St. John
Lateran, Santa Croce, and St. Mary Major.
Jul 27 Marvel at the Vatican Museums, the Sistene
Chapel, and St. Peter's Basilica. Enjoy a free
afternoon, then join other JMJyouth pilgrims
for a night of music, prayer, and fellowship.
Jul 28 Attend a private audience** or public Angelus
with the Pope. Enjoy a free day to independently
Jul 29 Depart Rome for home
[Detailed "Core" itinerary on the Summer Series page.]
Daily Mass is always included, except on air travel days.
Activities are subject to change and/or rearrange.
*Admission not included.
JMJ Youth Pilgrimages
7:30 am - 4:00 pm PST
10:30 am - 7:00 pm EST
Visas to enter Italy
Pilgrims from the U.S., Canada, Australia, Great Britain, and the E.U. may enter Italy using their passports; a visa is not required.
Pilgrims from other countries may need a visa to enter Italy. The official source for information on visa requirements is your local Italian embassy or consulate. For unofficial information about visa requirements, click here.
JMJyouth cannot assist pilgrims with acquiring visas to enter Italy. Once final payment has been made, we will provide a letter confirming your participation in the Summer Series UNITED pilgrimage. This letter should be included in your visa application. However, participation in our pilgrimage does not guarantee that a visa will be granted. Visa decisions are typically made within three months of travel, after the refund deadline has passed. This means that JMJyouth, unfortunately, is not able to provide refunds to pilgrims whose visa applications are rejected.