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Tuesday, 11 June 2013 00:00

Discover our land

We don't know if someone can be bored of Rome but, if you wish to get a one day rest or breath a different atmosphere, se suggest you few alternative itineraries as follow........




TOUR 1: UMBRIA Exploring Ancient Orvieto



Morning departure for ORVIETO (one hour drive), city of Etruscan origin dramatically perched atop volcanic rock. Stroll through the charming streets of the city lined with artisans shops where ceramic and woodwork is displayed. Visit the magnificent Gothic style cathedral whose construction began in the 1300's and ended some 300 years after. It is considered the masterpiece of architect Lorenzo Maitani, with gilded mosaics, sculptures, and bas relief recounting stories from the bible.

For the more energetic, take a walk down the 15th century Pozzo di San Patrizio, a unique example of engineering with two spiral staircases seven stories below which never cross each other.

Late Lunch either outside the city at an Agriturismo farm, or in a typical trattoria.

Scenic drive return by way of Civita Bagnoregio


On the footsteps of St Francis, visit mystical ASSISI center including the magnificent Basilica of San Francesco and Giotto's frescoes. Stroll around the ancient stone town full of historic churches, restaurants and shops.

Lunch in center or at a local farm on the ourskirts of the town.

Return to Rome and stop en route in Deruta, Italy's largest ceramic center.

TOUR 3: TARQUINIA- Etruscan Tombs and Museum


Tarquinia (1.5 hr drive north of Rome) is known for its Etruscan tombs just outside town and its excellent Etruscan Museum. The town also has a medieval center and the Cathedral has interesting frescoes dating from 1508.


TOUR 4: SERMONETA and  Gardens of Ninfa


One hour south of Rome is the Ninfa property, spectacular English-style gardens and park covering 100 hectares of land and including the ruins of the ancient town of Ninfa. The private gardens are open to the public only on certain days on: the first Saturday and Sunday of each month from April to October; and on the third Sunday in April, May and June.


If someone is enterested in one of them or wish to ask for something else can even directly contact Mr Angelini at his e-mail address whic is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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