Transfer from Venice
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Estimated arrival to Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport
14:27h

Trip duration: 327min

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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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Montepulciano
Italy

90 min

Montepulciano stands on a sloping and narrow limestone edge overlooking the Val di Chiana and val d’Orcia. Such a location provides the city with dazzling... views of the typical Tuscan countryside. But the panorama is not the finest feature of Montepulciano. Rather, it is just one of many Montepulciano’s greatnesses. It has one of the most intact historic centers of any Italian town. The fact that no major building work has been done within these city walls since 1580 proves how well it is preserved. On the beautiful Piazza Grande you can admire the Town Hal, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and Palazzo Tarugi, completely covered in travertine. Just a heads up – the city can get quite crowded because it became particularly famous after the film Twilight, sequel New Moon, was filmed here.

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Civita di Bagnoregio
Italy

105 min

The one thing that makes this town so uniquely striking and so tragic at the same time is its location. Sitting on the top of... a volcanic stone which is slowly eroding and shrinking has earned this town an eerie nickname “The Dying Town”. It is such a misfortune for a town of long history that started 2500 years ago. Due to the isolated location (the town is reachable only by crossing a narrow pedestrian bridge), this ancient town hasn’t changed much. There is an entrance fee but once inside visitors get to admire diverse styles of architecture, a beautiful Duomo, an elegant Bishop Palace and the surreal landscape surrounding it.

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Castello del Catajo
Italy

90 min

The Catajo Castle was built between 1570 and 1573 by the Obizzi family, who originated from France. Their intention was to build a palace that... would represent the glory of their family, mostly known as “soldiers of fortune”. No wonder the castle features a grand fresco of military victories and symbolic representations of government on the main floor. The palace itself is an opulent, peaceful and aristocratic home with a long boulevard that leads to the Giants Courtyard. The building is majestic, consisting of 350 rooms, and the most notable parts are the elephant fountain in front of the entrance, mighty staircases and a grand terrace, which is a sort of an open-air ballroom.

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Sacro Bosco
Italy

75 min

Sacro Bosco, or Sacred wood, is an astonishing forest park inhabited by gigantic and breathtakingly beautiful sculptures of allegorical animals, monsters and figures. This masterpiece... is the work of Italian Duke Pier Francesco Orsini who initially wanted to devote a beautiful garden to his wife Giulia Farnese. However, she tragically died so Duke decided not to create a lovely garden but rather a bizarre park with monuments associated with death and the afterlife. It is a landscape garden like no other, so don’t miss it!

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Lucignano
Italy

75 min

As you walk the elliptical streets of Lucignano, you will enter the world of yesterday since these streets haven’t changed a lot over the past... centuries. The small village of Lucignano is considered to be one of the most extraordinary examples of medieval town planning. And this slow stroll will also discover the town's rich history. The heart of the village is the Square of the Tribunal with churches, stone buildings and the wonderful 13th century Town Hall.