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Rapolla is a small town famous for its cellars dug in the volcanic tuff and for the thermal waters. Founded in the 5th century A.C. century by Greek colonists, in 1042 it became a Norman fortress and then became, in Roman times, an important crossroads for traffic along the Appian Way.
The guided tour will take you through the narrow streets of the old town until the cathedral, from which you can enjoy the view over the entire valley and the many hypogean cellars that make up the well-known "Parco Urbano delle Cantine".
In the Piano Castle district you will visit the remains of the city walls, while in Largo Castello you can admire the Clock Tower and some historical buildings.
Here, in the area below you will walk next to the many cellars dug into the tufa still used for the conservation of the fine wine Aglianico Doc del Vulture.
After, visiting the churches of San Biagio, the Church of Santa Lucia, the tour will end at the Cathedral dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta.
Steep yourself in the viniculture of the Potenza countryside on this winery tour. Taste four different Lucanian fine wines, complete with tasting notes from your wine-expert guide, accompanied by local food tastings. Enjoy the scenery on a tour of the vineyards and cellar, where you can get behind the scenes to see how the wines are made.