Casa Natale di Padre Pio
Casa Natale di Padre Pio
4.5
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Monica C
Miami, FL3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Family
Born in Pietrelcina, this extraordinary saint (the only Catholic Priest to have received the stigmata), well deserves a 2 day visit in his hometown. "In Pietrelcina, there was Jesus and it all started there" said Padre Pio when referring to his hometown.
Visiting his birthplace and other crucial streets where you can relate to his path to sainthood makes the visit worth while.
A crucial walk is the one he loved the most, the road from Pietrelcina to Piana Romana, where his parents had a small house that you can visit. Walking that road (Starting from the Road of Little Madona) you leave Pietrelcina and find the so-called Rosary Walk, where Padre Pio, as Francesco Forgionne, would walk while praying the Rosary, accompanied by Mary and Jesus. It is this road that somehow fills your heart and prepares you to receive many blessings at the site in Piana Romana where Padre Pio received the first signs of the stigmata under a large Elm tree on Septembre 7th, 1910. There you will find the Chapel that keeps the preserved "Olmo".
So, two days is just enough to visit the town of Pietrelcina and everything related to his life and on the second, you can follow the trail he often took to Piana Romana and visit the sacred places there where Jesus and Mary accompanied him so often.
Written 6 November 2018
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Jocat1944
Bridgeport ct260 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016
A visit to Padrio Pio's boyhood home is very moving and worth a visit for anyone interested in his life-there are always group buses in the town and the souvenir shops can be off-putting-but the town is very panoramic and worth a trip
Written 17 October 2016
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Barbara S
Krakow, Poland1,880 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 • Family
It's worth to see the house where Padre Pio was born, but there are more places related to His family available for visiting (like for example His borther's house). On top, the city of Pietrelcina is really charming and located just a few km away from Piana Romana where Padre Pio received the stigmata.
Written 22 April 2024
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Lisa G.
15 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
I did not realize how much time it would take to get to Pietrelcina and San Giovanni from Pompeii - so I wish I had known then what I know now: If you have a *limited* amount of time like I did, visiting San Giovanni Rotondo is far more interesting a pilgrimage than Pietrelcina. The town of Pietrelcina itself is quite remote - but I found San Giovanni Rotondo far more inspirational. It's amazing to think of what the town would have been like during Padre Pio's lifetime (especially with the travelling he did back and forth).
Written 12 February 2020
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Anne H
Ludlow, VT69 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Couples
We did not know that Padre Pio was born in this town when we booked our hotel and it was a pleasant surprise to visit this church and see the museum.
Written 14 September 2017
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GiusyL744
Basilicata, Italy5,103 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Family
Place where Padre Pio lived, a museum house that strikes the soul of those who believe, of those who have faith, of those who can feel his Presence... always with the same emotion....
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Written 12 May 2024
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Amalia R
43 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Couples
A place that transmits so much serenity, I who have so much faith felt the presence of Padre Pio and returned with a heart full of peace and love
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Written 5 May 2024
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Fabrizio S
Gragnano, Italy130 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Family
A beautiful walk, where the shops do not force prices by taking advantage of the Saint's name. Congratulations both to the city and to the generosity.
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Written 28 April 2024
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Alex
Caserta, Italy1,365 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022 • Couples
Visited in October 2022, in the village of Pietrelcina, Padre Pio's birthplace, it is possible to visit the house where the saint was born.
A small jewel and open-air museum that makes us imagine how the friar spent the first years of his life.

All very characteristic.
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Written 16 November 2023
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anna maria c
9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Couples
Small village where you can breathe an air of peace. Definitely worth seeing, the route is well signposted and the house where he was born and lived is definitely worth visiting. Exciting places
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Written 2 November 2023
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