Since we have been in business for several years now, we can offer you the highest quality, where you will be chauffeured in our super comfortable Mercedes Benz Minivans!Our drivers are only the best English speaking professionals with years of experience in the field and will take special care of you at all times! They are very knowledgeable about Italy, so although they are not guides, you will get the feeling they are, as they will always be ready to answer all your doubts!In addition, it´s also good to highlight we are sure to add value to you Ancient Etruscan tour to super special one!
Have you already been to Rome and you you're looking for something special and far from the crowded highlights of big touristic cities? Then choose Civitavecchia short tour! We wish to make you feel welcomed and pampered! That's why INCITUR LOCAL EXPERIENCE select the most passionate and knowledgeable local guides and the nicest off the beaten path itineraries!Wander, Stop and Taste! Listen to the guide disclosing you the city's history and follow her to the next stop at the most popular bakery, where you can sample local specialties and breath the morning lively atmosphere in the downtown! And on the road again! To experience some more flavours! The route will take wandering through the picturesque narrow streets of the old town of Civitavecchia to a visit to the most interesting church in the city. After that, get at the city market and taste some more local produce!The city culture and traditions, the good local food and the lively market atmosphere will be the protagonists!
While you’re in port at Civitavecchia, take a private shore excursion into Rome for a full-day sightseeing tour of the city. With your own guide, you’ll see the Eternal City’s top attractions, such as the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. Listen to personalized commentary about the sights, and enjoy skip-the-line entry to the Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Colosseum so you won’t waste any of your precious time in port waiting in queues.
Few group shore excursions allow the flexibility to adjust to the needs of kids. This private full-day tour offers a more personal experience, specifically tailored to keep the children entertained, and the flexibility to adjust the itinerary to your own interests. Your tour includes skip-the-line tickets to the Colosseum and visits to St. Peter Square, the Pantheon, and more.
Civita di Bagnoregio is a magical, surreal, fantastic place on the top of a narrow pedestrian bridge. From there you can enjoy one of the most beautiful Lazio region. It is nicknamed "the town that is dying", two to the constant erosion of the rocks where it is placed, this half-way citadel between Orvieto and Lake Bolsena has Etruscan and Medieval origins. Civic of Bagnoregio is suspended in time and space, it is beyond doubt one of the most beautiful and characteristic Italian villages. The wonderful village of Civita di Bagnoregio is today a very small town center where time seems to have stopped. As already mentioned, you must cross the suspension bridge of 300 meters linking it to Bagnoregio. Arm yourself with a camera because you will be faced with breath-taking views!
We are always looking for the highest quality private tours.Our tour to Orvieto and Civita of Bagnoregio is prepared with great standards therefore you will be relaxed and we chauffeured you in our luxurious Mercedes Benz Minivans!As soon as you meet our drivers, we are sure they will be able to take care of you at all times! They are also very knowledgeable about Italy and so ready to answer all your doubts!In addition, it´s also good to highlight we know to make this tour a super special one!
During this experience you can discover all the secrets of truffle hunting, from dog training to the recognition of plants and where this precious fruit of the earth can grow.You will experience the thrill of an authentic truffle hunt and after that you will be able to taste numerous dishes filled with fresh truffles.All accompanied by an excellent wine.
Take a tour of Viterbo with your own private guide, and discover the historic corners of the stately Lazio city. Focusing on the sights that interest you most, the private tour takes in the neighborhood of San Pellegrino and landmarks linked to the city’s papal history. You’ll visit the palace where the first recorded conclave took place, and hear fun facts about Viterbo’s numerous movie locations.
You have the opportunity to visit everything about Etruscans: from "Necropoli of Monterozzi" UNESCO heritage site to Etruscopolis theme park passing by the National Etruscan Museum. Walking on the ancient Etruscan streets, see beautiful corners and meet modern Etruscans you can choose which part of the city do you want to discover better than you have just seen. At the end a delicious lunch or dinner in the heart of the city centre with typical italian lunch.Discover the last of Lawrence's travel books, 'Etruscan Places' is an ephemeral and vivid account, replete with hauntingly evocative descriptions of the way of life of this once great civilisation.
Rome the complete tour will take you to all the main sites of the ancient city of Rome. There is so much to see in one day, this tour will get you to see the most famous sites such as the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and of course St Peters Square - home to the Vatican. This tour is a full day guided tour and involves a lot of walking to get to these sites, truly an amazing experience and your English speaking guide will be accompanying you all the way to give you information and history. When taking a tour in Rome, it is important to get a fully guided tour to get as much out of this city and of course, we always guarantee to get you back to your cruise ship in plenty of time! Please note: This tour is not suitable for wheelchair users or people with walking difficulties.
You'll be dropped off in the heart of Rome - at the Colosseum - from there you can choose your itinerary and see the capital's sights at your own pace. The Trevi Fountain, the Vatican, the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon and the Piazza Navona are just some of the places you can visit before we pick you up at St Peter's Square for the trip back to the port of Civitavecchia.
From Civitavecchia train Station in 40 minutes we’ll be in Rome. Here we are getting off close to the Pyramid of Gaius Cestius . From this site we’ll start our discovery of the Sweet-Old-Young-Lady:Most important Squares and Fountains of Rome; Most beautiful Frescoes, Statues and mosaics ever seen! House of Livia, Farnese’s Farm, Palatine Hill, Roman Forum, Circus Maximus, etcSkiptheline tickets either for the Colosseum/Roman Forum or for the Vatican Museums/Sistine Chapel/Saint Peter’s basilica included
A unique village that stole Margaret of Austria's heart, and whose story can be traced from the Prehistoric Age to the Unification of Italy (1861). Many hidden treasures, just waiting to be discovered. Rendez-vous at the main square (Piazza del Popolo), where an art historian will introduce you to the atmosphere of the village. Next, you'll visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Popolo, whose façade stands out thanks to its splendid rose window. Then you'll move to the adjacent Palazzo Vescovile: the exquisite cycle of frescoes in the hall (Salone Vescovile) reveals the ancient geopolitics of Cittaducale. Walk through the narrow streets to reach the Monastery of Santa Caterina. This religious building holds a valuable old library, preserved by its faithful inhabitants... Left speechless but not unfed, you'll be offered a delicious welcome snack: enjoy!
Learn the story of Jewish families that moved to Pitigliano in 16 th century attracted by the tolerance policy of the noble Orsini family for building a synagogue, a school, banks, a cemetery and many shops. In 1600 Florence created a ghetto, but the relationships between Jews and catholic were never so bad and the conditions never miserable as in other Italian ghettos. Later the situation change favorably for the Jews, and the ghetto was closed, so in the 1800 the Jewish population reached the 12% of the citizens and Pitigliano became known as the Little Jerusalem. Enjoy the tour of the restorated synagogue,and ghetto. Visit the new museum that offers the possibility to discover this amazing unique place. The rooms of the ghetto were excavated underground, in the soft tufa rock, with windows open in the cliff, and is possible visit the ritual bath, Mikveh, the oven for unleavened, the textile dye work, the kosher wine cellar and the slaughterhouse, in addition to the synagogue.
Asd Sofia's Ranch organizes wonderful walks on horseback between Lake Salto, the Altopiano di Rascino, the Cornino Plateau and the Plateau of L'Aquilente, the Cave of Santa Filippa, all in the territory of the Cicolano province of Rieti, as well as to many other sites and destinations of cultural and natural interest. The experiences are suitable for everyone, even beginners and / or those who have approached equitation in a discontinuous way. The excursion is not permitted to children under the age of 14.
By this private Tour of Montecassino you will visit the headquarters of the first German paratrooper division. The Battle of Monte Cassino (also known as the Battle for Rome and the Battle for Cassino) was a costly series of four battles during World War II fought by the Allies with the intention of breaking through the Winter Line and seizing Rome. The Abbey of Montecassino was located on the peak of the mountain, so was impossible for the allied troops to reach the site without completely destroying the abbey by bombing it.The tour includes:- Private transfer from your hotel in Rome to Rome railway station- English speaking assistant from hotel to Rome railway station- Train tickets Rome / Cassino (roundtrip)- 1 private car at disposition in Cassino and Montecassino- 1 private english speaking tour guide at disposition for tour of MontecassinoDuring the tour you’ll visit:– the Abbey of Montecassino– the Cimitery
Wind your way through the history and architecture of the medieval hilltop town of Viterbo. From Porta Romana we'll make our way back in time through the city's charming and historic center. Along the way we'll take in ancient fountains, majestic piazzas and palaces. I will tell you stories of the people and point out details, hidden courtyards and corners.Viterbo was a papal town where popes lived in the 13th century and where the first conclave was held. We will explore the San Pellegrino medieval quarter, one of the best preserved in Europe. Finally, we'll conclude the tour at the Porta San Pietro, the medieval entrance to the town. Come discover Viterbo's tales and secrets with me.
Retrace the history and traditions of one of the most beautiful towns in Italy: from the Etruscan foundation to the events of the Second World War, suspended in time and constantly threatened by erosion and landslides. With the help of geo-location and interactive map, you can immerse yourself in the beauty and atmosphere of the medieval village in total autonomy. Collect the interactive tablet at the info-point located on the gateway to the village and set off to discover one of the most fascinating places in Italy.
Cerveteri, an ancient city formerly known as Caere, lies between the Lago di Bracciano and the Tyrrhenian Sea near Ladispoli. The city dates back to the middle of the 9th century BC during which the Etruscans were the most prosperous and developed civilization within Italy; indeed, they had profound influence on Roman civilization and were merged in the 1st century BC. Cerveteri is famous for its Etruscan necropoli which are on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The Necropoli della Banditaccia is an expansive area comprised of Etruscan funeral mounds that house one or more tombs within them. The tombs date from the 8th century BC to the 2nd century BC and are a tangible example of ancient burial practices.
The Necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia, inserted onto the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2004, constitute a unique and exceptional testimoney of the ancient Etruscan Civilization, the only urban civilization of the pre-Roman Age. These tumuli or burial mounds reproduce the homes in their various types of constructions; because they were built to mirror the Etruscan habitation itself, they are the only examples left of such in any form anywhere. The two necropolises of northern Lazio are identical replications of the Etruscans' urban grid. The necropolis of Banditaccia in Cerveteri was developed from the 9th Century B.C., and then expanded beginning with the 7th Century. Similar is the developmental history of the necropolis of Monterozzi in Tarquinia. Both the painted tombs of the nobles and those in more simple styles are singular and extraordinary testaments to Etruscan quotidian life, as well as their ceremonies, mythology and even their artistic capacities.
Discover the history and architecture of the medieval city of Viterbo. From Porta Romana we will go back in time through the fascinating historical center of the city. Along the way we will visit ancient fountains, majestic squares and palaces. I will tell you stories of people and show you details, courtyards and hidden corners.
I am a professional guide with masters in Culturale Heritage. I have always loved food & wine, part of my culture. I would like my visitors to taste authentic Italian food & wine and to experience a day in a town off the beaten path. In the last years I become a sommelier and you will be amazed to taste lesser known but excellent wines from Lazio Regions of small producers, rarely exported. By the end of the day you will be a real expert, you will feel like you have always lived here. The final stop will be in my house to try different wines combined with gourmet bits.I am looking forward to meeting you.
Civita di Bagnoregio was founded by the Etruscans over 2,500 years ago. Civita (or city) was the birthplace of San Bonaventura, who died in 1274.The discovery of a unique place in the world through the story of the most expert guides on a journey through history over 3000 years long.Our expert guide will tell you all the secrets of this splendid Italian village