Trip from Ancona
to Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport

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Departure from Ancona
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Estimated arrival to Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport
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Trip duration: 200min

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Tivoli
Italy

105 min

Tivoli is home to two world-famous attractions: Villa Adriana, a large archaeological complex extending over 80 hectares and dotted with several Roman ruins once used... as a retreat for Roman Emperors; and villa d’Este, a 16th-century villa especially famous for the fabulous gardens surrounding the building. This landscape is so surreal that it seems not to have been created by humans, but by nature itself. It is recommended to visit also Villa Gregoriana, a park located at the feet of the town’s ancient acropolis.

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Arsoli
Italy

75 min

The famous Italian Nobel-winning writer, Luigi Pirandello, used to call Arsoli the "little Paris", due to its distinguished characteristic of the town-museum. The village is... dominated by the castle Massimo and the parish church, located at the top of the Belmonte hill. Auspiciously for all visitors, Arsoli has preserved almost intact its medieval appearance, not only the splendid Castello Massimo, but also its characteristic historical center and the wonderful ancient lanes.

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Santa Maria della Rocca Church
Italy

75 min

From a Benedictine place of peace and quiet, this medieval church was transformed into a unique Gothic building with a two-story plan – the entrance... opens into a crypt and the majestic altar is upstairs. After an unfortunate collapse of the roof, the upper church was the only one left with the infamous Master of Offida’s frescoes. At the tragic times of the Second World War, the German troops used the church’s intended demolition to slow the Allied forces. As no one would have thought, none of the 30 mines exploded, a truly amazing event that many attribute to the divine intervention of the Virgin Mary that is still celebrated to this day.

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Grottammare Borgo Antico
Italy

105 min

Grottammare Borgo Antico is a tiny village perched on the hill that descends to the sea. Apparently, it was quite rich in the Middle Ages... and for that, quite often, a subject to pirate attacks. To defend from these attacks, the town erected the fortified walls that can still be seen today. Inside these walls there are many medieval remnants – churches, medieval homes, picturesque alleys and a lovely square. The stunning views can be admired from the terraces of the few restaurants serving exquisite Italian dishes.

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L'Aquila
Italy

75 min

The charming little town of L’Aquila has really a lot to offer. Laying not far from the highest peak of the Apennines, Gran Sasso Mountain,... in L’Aquila every visitor can experience the traditional Italian alpine feel. When walking the narrow streets or visiting bustling street markets and boutique shops, one can testify how modern architecture can perfectly blend in the antic one. Just take a look at the contemporary university sitting side by side with old Roman architecture, Baroque and Renaissance buildings and medieval cathedrals. The most famous features of L’Aquila are Fontana delle 99 Cannelle, Basilica of San Bernardino and sixteenth century Castello which is home to the National Museum of Abruzzo. Among the old Roman finds and medieval and Renaissance paintings this museum also exhibits the skeleton of a million-year-old mammoth.

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Basilica of the Holy House
Italy

105 min

Attracting visitors from all over the world, Basilica of the Holy House is, for the Catholics, one of the most important places of pilgrimage, together... with Medjugorje and Lourdes. According to the historical researches and archaeological evidence, the walls of Virgin Mary’s house, where she was born and brought up and received the Annunciation, were brought by the sea from Nazareth to Loreto. While the Holy House itself is quite small, the basilica that encases it is an architectural masterpiece from every angle. The astonishing marble cladding is Donato Bramante’s work and the paintings inside date back to the 14th century.