Transfer from Ravenna
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Estimated arrival to Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport
13:07h

Trip duration: 247min

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Marmore Waterfalls
Italy

90 min

A visit to Marmore Waterfalls is a wonderful way to spend a few hours. With its total height of 165 m, it is one of... the tallest waterfalls in Italy and the tallest man-made waterfall in the world. This fantastic waterfall park offers wonderful trekking paths, along which spectacular views from start to the end. For adrenaline seekers there are water sports like rafting, kayak and canyoning. The falls were created by ancient Romans in 271 BC but they also have a mythological origin, one that includes tragic love story of course. The best place to listen to this story is at this amazing spot. Wear comfortable shoes!

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Assisi
Italy

135 min

A city that charms at the first glance, but even more the longer you stay. Regardless of how many times you've been before, there is... always a reason to come back. It is a town of strong religious heritage - St. Francis founded his Franciscan order here, it is also the birthplace of St. Clare and Saint Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows. The Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi with famous Giotto’s frescoes is an ultimate pilgrimage site. Every lane and every corner of this mystical little town boasts the atmosphere of peace.

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Orte Sotterranea
Italy

105 min

A fascinating underground maze of tunnels was first built by the Etruscans to bring water from the hilltops into their huge underground cisterns. The Romans... than perfected this labyrinth by adding fountains and wells. Orte Sotterranea is an adventurous archaeological site that shows, in all its beauty, the skillfulness and creativity of ancient people. Visitors can explore this underground marvel through a guided tour which should be booked online at http://www.visitaorte.com/prenota-la-tua-visita

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Sarsina Cathedral
Italy

60 min

What was once a church from the Byzantine era, it received an extensive Romanesque and later Baroque remodeling only to be reversed to its original... appearance. With an enchanting simplicity of its façade and the complexity of its mosaics, it truly does justice do the depicted patron saint. The Roman heritage on the outside makes a good companion to the heavy columns and medieval statues on the inside. A 10th century altar and a baptismal font as well as the original Roman pavement always leave the stunned visitors at awe.

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Montone
Italy

75 min

Montone is a gorgeous medieval hilltop town that was founded in the Middle Ages. Small and scenic, Montone is perfect for walking around and after... a nice stroll enjoying the quiet, everyday life of the locals while having a proper Italian coffee or, why not, un aperitivo in a lovely bar in the piazza. The landmarks of this village are Rocca di Braccio, whose remains have been nicely restored and the ethnographic Museum "Tamburi battenti".

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Carsulae Archaeological Site
Italy

75 min

Simply said the site is a must see. It is a fascinating walk into the history through a large archaeological site that takes approximately 2... hours. Carsulae was a medium-size city, built in the 3rd century BC as part of the Roman colonization of Umbria. At its zenith the city developed many important structures such as thermal baths, theaters, temples and other amenities. Despite its progress, the city was abandoned and never resettled and it is unknown to this day why. Interesting and specific architectural remains that visitors can explore are the amphitheater, remnants of the forum, the 9th century church of Saints Cosma and Damiano as well as a small museum that is home to a big, almost life sized, lion which symbolizes the inevitability of death.