Transfer from Vernazza
to Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport

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Estimated arrival to Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport
14:01h

Trip duration: 301min

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Pisa
Italy

75 min

Walking along the streets of Pisa means to breathe history and art on every step. This compelling city has more than 20 historic churches and... several medieval palaces, Romanesque buildings and Renaissance piazzas; not to mention the most famous the Leaning Tower or the Pisa Cathedral. And when you get tired of art and architectural treasures, rest in one of the many cafes or restaurants and enjoy the vibrant street life.

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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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Lucca
Italy

105 min

Dating back to Roman times, Lucca boasts abundant medieval and Renaissance churches, towers and piazzas, but it’s probably most famous for its impressive walls that... surround the heart of the city. It is said that these are one of the best-preserved walls in Europe and you simply must take a walk along at least one section of the city's four kilometer long walls. Lucca is also known as “the city of Puccini” and you may encounter all over the city many reminders of this famous opera composer. Other not to be missed points of interest are Duomo di San Martino, the Basilica di San Frediano, and traces of the amphitheater in Piazza dell'Anfiteatro.

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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.

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National Archeological Museum Chiusi
Italy

105 min

The Chiusi national archaeological museum gathers numerous Etruscan, Roman and Lombard artifacts discovered from the excavations in this area. The museum was founded in 1871... and represents the entire development of the Etruscan civilization. The exhibition displays various objects such as ceramics, laminated bronzes, sculptures, stone statues and reliefs, gold and silver decorations, and sarcophagi and urns. Since the exhibition is organized chronologically, one has a genuine feeling of walking through the history. As additional value, the museum entrance ticket also includes visit to the tomb of the Lion, the tomb of the Pilgrim and, with prior booking, the tomb of the Monkey, dating from the 5th century BC.

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Florence
Italy

135 min

Florence is not only the crown jewel of Tuscany but it is also one of world’s greatest history and art cities. A preferred weekend getaway... for many Europeans, Florence seduces every visitor, whether you are a first-time stop-by traveler or a repeat visitor who just can’t get enough of this allure. It boasts amazing artwork and architecture, churches, museums and monuments. The most popular and important sites in Florence are Il Duomo - Florence’s cathedral, the Baptistery, the Uffizi, the Bargello, and the Accademia. But it also has a vibrant social scene full of quirky shops and quality crafts, restaurants, cafes and famous Italian pastry shops. You can’t leave Florence without trying Italian gelato and the best way to enjoy it is to sit near the Arno River, while admiring the Ponte Vecchio.