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You have the opportunity to visit everything about Etruscans: from "Necropoli of Monterozzi" UNESCO heritage site to Etruscopolis theme park passing by the National Etruscan Museum. Walking on the ancient Etruscan streets, see beautiful corners and meet modern Etruscans you can choose which part of the city do you want to discover better than you have just seen. At the end a delicious lunch or dinner in the heart of the city centre with typical italian lunch.Discover the last of Lawrence's travel books, 'Etruscan Places' is an ephemeral and vivid account, replete with hauntingly evocative descriptions of the way of life of this once great civilisation.
Rome in freedom, suitable for those who already know Rome but who want to admire its most important monuments such as the Vatican with its museums with the most important and largest collection of ancient art in the world and the Colosseum, having plenty of time to enter and visit calmly these monuments. Otherwise we will stop to admire the Trevi Fountain.
Discover the Etruscans on this guided cultural tour and visit the city of Tarquinia with its UNESCO world heritage site. Explore the ancient Etruscan necropolis with tombs painted more than 3000 years ago. Learn about the extraordinary artwork in the tombs, which predates the Romans and gives unique insight into the ancient culture and daily lives of the Etruscan people. Leave the necropolis go the National Etruscan Museum. Finish your time in Tarquinia by relaxing and enjoying an authentic Italian lunch, in a traditional local restaurant. Savor the unique and dazzling flavours of the Lazio region, for the perfect end to your day of discovery. This tour includes pickup/drop off from Civitavecchia with an English-speaking driver, air-conditioned transportation, all tickets entrance fee, lunch. At about 15.30 PM we will start to come back to the port of Civitavecchia.
The two souls of secular and Christian Rome, where the second belongs to the city for more than a millennium ... So having more than 1000 Churches in Rome why not visit the most beautiful and important ones? Also particular, like that of the Japanese SS Martyrs, with the figures of the Saints with an Asian face, unique in Europe !!!!A genuine tour, in the cool of the most beautiful churches in Rome !!! Unique of its kind and certainly not to be missed !!
Take a relaxing walk through the hidden corners of Civitavecchia, far from the big city confusion. Explore the narrow streets and squares of the historic centre, amongst the diverse layers of architecture: Roman, Renaissance and modern. Visit the fish and farmers' markets and stroll along the seaside promenades to enjoy the pace and peace of Italian lifestyle. The historic centre hides many artistic treasures in churches and private homes. All of which you will discover with the help of expert guide Mary Jane Cryan.Mary Jane is an American-Irish writer and historian and has been living in Italy since 1965 working in the fields of international education, journalism and tourism. When she is not busy writing about central Italy in her palazzo between Rome and Civitavecchia, she can be found aboard luxury cruise ships sailing the Mediterranean as a guest lecturer.