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

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Departure from Genoa
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Estimated arrival to Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport
14:14h

Trip duration: 314min

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Sanctuary of Our Lady of Montallegro
Italy

75 min

Even if you are not much of an architectural or religious devotee, you will appreciate a visit to this Neo-Gothic church for the exhilarating views... of the surrounding mountains descending into the sea. The basilica was built in 1558 and renovated in 1896 when its current white marble facade was added. The interiors are decorated in gold and marble but the most interesting feature of the church is a small Byzantine painting of Virgin Mary which is said to be a gift from Saint Mary herself.

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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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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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Montecatini Alto
Italy

75 min

Choosing Montecatini Alto for your holiday destination implies you will most probably have a great, relaxing and interesting day. You can opt for so many... possibilities – admire the culture and history while strolling down the alleys of this medieval village full of ancient buildings (including the remains of a castle), palazzos, and churches (Church and convent of Santa Maria a Ripa and St. Peter's Church); indulge your palates in one of many artisan shops and restaurants offering delicious wine and traditional Tuscan cuisine; or unwind in Montecatini Terme, one of the most beautiful Spas in Art Nouveau style in Tuscany. Don’t forget to ride the oldest funicular in Europe, Montecatini Alto’s historic funicular, which connects the modern town below with the ancient city above. This funicular was built in 1898 and riding in it provides stunning views of the gorgeous Tuscan hills.

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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!