Spend the night where great saints laid their heads amidst beautiful art and architecture.
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Any Catholic visiting Italy probably has a few monasteries listed as part of their touring bucket list. But what about spending the night in a centuries-old monastic complex? This idea is more achievable than you think, thanks to those monastic orders that make hospitality part of the services they offer to the wider community. Here is a list of five historic monasteries where you can also spend the night as a guest.
Abbey of Farfa, Latium