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Day trip from Rome to Cerveteri necropoli Bracciano Lake & Castle w hotel pickup

Day trip from Rome to Cerveteri necropoli Bracciano Lake & Castle w hotel pickup - Cerveteri, Italy

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Cerveteri, Italy

From USD
$199.90

Enjoy a memorable day trip full of spectacular panoramas, UNESCO protected sites, art treasures, archaological and natural natural wonders.

An experienced driver guide with air-conditioned comfortable new minivan will pick you up at your accomodation in Rome or in the surrounding area, at the airport or at the Cruise Port of Civitavecchia ... More info ›

Enjoy a memorable day trip full of spectacular panoramas, UNESCO protected sites, art treasures, archaological and natural natural wonders.

An experienced driver guide with air-conditioned comfortable new minivan will pick you up at your accomodation in Rome or in the surrounding area, at the airport or at the Cruise Port of Civitavecchia.

You will explore the Etruscan necropolis of Cerveteri, the famous excavated city of Ancient tombs-houses still painted and decorated. You will visit the old town of Caere and reach Bracciano Lake.

It is one of the most beautiful volcanic lakes in Italy. You will discover the town of Trevignano and the Odescalchi castle, a Renaissance magnificent fortress where VIPs get wed today. Tom Cruise got married here for instance.

You will love the pictoresque medieval villages, the scenery beauty and local food and wines ( lunch is included).

An exclusive driver-guide with air-conditioned minivan will pick you up from your accommodation in Rome, or in the surrounding area, at the airport or at the cruise ship port of Civitavecchia. With special permit the driver can come pick you up right by the dock.

You will drive first to Cerveteri and Ceri, a medieval village overlooking a beautiful valley. Here you will explore one of UNESCO protected world heritage sites: the Etruscan Necropolis of Banditaccia. This excavated ancient city made of tombs preserves some of the most inetresting decorations and archiecture of the Etruscan civilization that was dominating central Italy before the Romans took over.

The toor will continue to the Natural reserve of Bracciano Lake. This Volcanic lake is surrounded by charming nature and old villages.

You will have the opportunity to swim and relax by the shore. 

The guide will take you great places for lunch to taste local food specialties such as lake fish and white Trevignano wine ( lunch is included in the price). In the afternoon you will visit the magnificent Odescalchi Castle. Its rooms hosted Popes and Emperors and now it is largely used for luxury banquets and special events. Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes got married here and so did many other VIPs. The Renaissance painting and furniture make you feel going back in time.

You will also have a pleasant walk through the medieval town of Bracciano and Trevignano to explore little artisanal shops and enjoy the pleasant atmosphere of Italian countryside.

At the end of the day trip you will return abck to your accommodation ora nywhere you wish in the area. You will love this memorable tour!

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Ancient Etruscan Civilization Tour from Rome

Ancient Etruscan Civilization Tour from Rome - Cerveteri, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Cerveteri, Italy

From USD
$69.13

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!

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Stop At: Via Fontana Morella, 62-64, 00052 Cerveteri RM, Italy

Cerveteri, is one of the most important Etruscan towns.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Necropoli della Banditaccia, Via della Necropoli 43/45, 00052, Cerveteri Italy

The Necropolis of Banditaccia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore the one thousand ancient Etruscan tomb.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Centro Storico di Ceri, Ceri, Cerveteri Italy

Continue the tour to the town of Ceri! Numerous tombs from the Etruscan and Roman periods can be found in the area.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Santuario Madonna Di Ceri, Piazza Immacolata 38, 00052 Ceri, Cerveteri Italy

The main attraction is the Romanesque Church of the Madonna of Ceri, which stands on an ancient site where Etruscans and Romans venerated the cult of the goddess Vesta.

You will have time to enjoy a tasty lunch in a local Trattoria. Meals are not incl in the price ... More info ›

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!

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Via Fontana Morella, 62-64, 00052 Cerveteri RM, Italy

Cerveteri, is one of the most important Etruscan towns.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Necropoli della Banditaccia, Via della Necropoli 43/45, 00052, Cerveteri Italy

The Necropolis of Banditaccia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore the one thousand ancient Etruscan tomb.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Centro Storico di Ceri, Ceri, Cerveteri Italy

Continue the tour to the town of Ceri! Numerous tombs from the Etruscan and Roman periods can be found in the area.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Santuario Madonna Di Ceri, Piazza Immacolata 38, 00052 Ceri, Cerveteri Italy

The main attraction is the Romanesque Church of the Madonna of Ceri, which stands on an ancient site where Etruscans and Romans venerated the cult of the goddess Vesta.

You will have time to enjoy a tasty lunch in a local Trattoria. Meals are not incl in the price. We reserve a table for you in a local Restaurant.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Lago di Bracciano, Italy

You will be then chauffeured to the Lake Bracciano! This volcano Lake will blow your mind away as you enjoy the lake-side and taste at true Italian Espresso coffee.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Castello Odescalchi di Bracciano, Piazza Giuseppe Mazzini 14, 00062, Bracciano Italy

Visit then The Odelscalchi Castle of Bracciano! Built by the Orsini family by the end of the 15th century, the castle looks outside like an impregnable fortress by the hanging gardens from where you can enjoy unique views, where the intense smells from the lake with the surrounding nature, giving as a result a picture of a rare beauty.

Duration: 45 minutes

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Cerveteri - The Etruscan Necropolis Private Tour from Rome

Cerveteri - The Etruscan Necropolis Private Tour from Rome - Cerveteri, Italy

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Cerveteri, Italy

From USD
$290.36

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 ... More info ›

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.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Necropoli della Banditaccia, Via della Necropoli 43/45, 00052, Cerveteri Italy

The Etruscans inhabited central-western Italy, between Tuscany and Lazio, from the 9th Century B.C., and experiencing a cultural climax around the 6th Century B.C. before completely disappearing - a result of the impact of Roman civilization, with which it merged in part. No definite answer exists as to this people’s origins, and neither does any trace of a similar community – in regards to its ethnic and social characteristics – between Europe and Asia.
Cerveteri Necropolis' tombs have very different traits one from the other, depending on the construction period and technique. Those located in the vast archaeological site of Cerveteri are in the thousands. Organized according to an urban plan that resembles that of a city with streets, piazzas and quarters (or neighborhoods), their typology differs in relation to the historical period and the status of the family to whom they belonged. Among the most representative examples of these structures is the Tomb of the Greek Vases, dating back to the 6th Century, and accessible through a corridor that seems to imitate an Etruscan temple. The Tomb of the Cornice, rather, allows access by way of an incline walk that leads to two smaller rooms that hold funereal beds on each side. From there, the pathway continues to a large central room that itself connects to three other principal funerary rooms. Meanwhile, the Tomb of the Capitelli (or the Capitals of a column) owes its peculiarity to its flat roof that is an exact copy of that of the Etruscan home, with support beams of oak and reed. Still, the most famous tomb – of the thousands at Banditaccia – is the Tomb of Reliefs, completed in the 4th Century B.C. It is accessible by way of a long stairway dug into the rock and running to a large room. Here, the ceiling is supported by two columns with capitals unique to Etruria. Thirteen matrimonial funerary niches fill the space, and are painted with red pillows, domestic objects and animals. It is a perfect cross section of a well-to-do Etruscan family of the 4th and 3rd Centuries.


Duration: 3 hours

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Etruscan Necropolis (Cerveteri) from Civitavecchia Sea Port Private Tour

Etruscan Necropolis (Cerveteri) from Civitavecchia Sea Port Private Tour - Cerveteri, Italy

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Cerveteri, Italy

From USD
$446.71

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 ... More info ›

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.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Necropoli della Banditaccia, Via della Necropoli 43/45, 00052, Cerveteri Italy

The Etruscans inhabited central-western Italy, between Tuscany and Lazio, from the 9th Century B.C., and experiencing a cultural climax around the 6th Century B.C. before completely disappearing - a result of the impact of Roman civilization, with which it merged in part. No definite answer exists as to this people’s origins, and neither does any trace of a similar community – in regards to its ethnic and social characteristics – between Europe and Asia.
Cerveteri Necropolis' tombs have very different traits one from the other, depending on the construction period and technique. Those located in the vast archaeological site of Cerveteri are in the thousands. Organized according to an urban plan that resembles that of a city with streets, piazzas and quarters (or neighborhoods), their typology differs in relation to the historical period and the status of the family to whom they belonged. Among the most representative examples of these structures is the Tomb of the Greek Vases, dating back to the 6th Century, and accessible through a corridor that seems to imitate an Etruscan temple. The Tomb of the Cornice, rather, allows access by way of an incline walk that leads to two smaller rooms that hold funereal beds on each side. From there, the pathway continues to a large central room that itself connects to three other principal funerary rooms. Meanwhile, the Tomb of the Capitelli (or the Capitals of a column) owes its peculiarity to its flat roof that is an exact copy of that of the Etruscan home, with support beams of oak and reed. Still, the most famous tomb – of the thousands at Banditaccia – is the Tomb of Reliefs, completed in the 4th Century B.C. It is accessible by way of a long stairway dug into the rock and running to a large room. Here, the ceiling is supported by two columns with capitals unique to Etruria. Thirteen matrimonial funerary niches fill the space, and are painted with red pillows, domestic objects and animals. It is a perfect cross section of a well-to-do Etruscan family of the 4th and 3rd Centuries.


Duration: 3 hours

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Cerveteri & Tarquinia "The Etruscan Necropolis" Private Tour from Rome

Cerveteri & Tarquinia

Duration: 7 to 8 hours
Location: Cerveteri, Italy

From USD
$335.03

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 ... More info ›

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.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Necropoli della Banditaccia, Via della Necropoli 43/45, 00052, Cerveteri Italy

The Etruscans inhabited central-western Italy, between Tuscany and Lazio, from the 9th Century B.C., and experiencing a cultural climax around the 6th Century B.C. before completely disappearing - a result of the impact of Roman civilization, with which it merged in part. No definite answer exists as to this people’s origins, and neither does any trace of a similar community – in regards to its ethnic and social characteristics – between Europe and Asia.
Cerveteri Necropolis' tombs have very different traits one from the other, depending on the construction period and technique. Those located in the vast archaeological site of Cerveteri are in the thousands. Organized according to an urban plan that resembles that of a city with streets, piazzas and quarters (or neighborhoods), their typology differs in relation to the historical period and the status of the family to whom they belonged. Among the most representative examples of these structures is the Tomb of the Greek Vases, dating back to the 6th Century, and accessible through a corridor that seems to imitate an Etruscan temple. The Tomb of the Cornice, rather, allows access by way of an incline walk that leads to two smaller rooms that hold funereal beds on each side. From there, the pathway continues to a large central room that itself connects to three other principal funerary rooms. Meanwhile, the Tomb of the Capitelli (or the Capitals of a column) owes its peculiarity to its flat roof that is an exact copy of that of the Etruscan home, with support beams of oak and reed. Still, the most famous tomb – of the thousands at Banditaccia – is the Tomb of Reliefs, completed in the 4th Century B.C. It is accessible by way of a long stairway dug into the rock and running to a large room. Here, the ceiling is supported by two columns with capitals unique to Etruria. Thirteen matrimonial funerary niches fill the space, and are painted with red pillows, domestic objects and animals. It is a perfect cross section of a well-to-do Etruscan family of the 4th and 3rd Centuries.


Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Necropoli di Tarquinia, Strada Provinciale 43, 01016, Tarquinia Italy

The necropolis of Monterozzi in Tarquinia is also famous for its painted tombs, also dug into rock and accessible by means of inclined corridors or stairways. It was realized predominantly for one couple and is composed of one burial room. The first tombs were painted in the 7th Century, but it is only from the 6th Century that they were completely covered in frescoes. Of the most famous, the Tomb of the Lionesses dates back to the 4th Century, and consists of a small room with a two-sloped roof. Here, the painting features birds flying and dolphins jumping around scenes of the Etruscan aristocracy. The Hunter’s Tomb, also 4th Century, is presented as the inside of a tent, a pavilion with a wooden support structure. The Tomb of Hunting and Fishing, then, is one of the best-known and most studied; composed of two rooms, the first is complete with a fresco of a Dionysian dance in a sacred wood, while the second offers a scene of the tombs' owners hunting and fishing.


Duration: 2 hours

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Private Transfer: Rome City - Ceri

Private Transfer: Rome City - Ceri - Cerveteri, Italy

Duration: 60 to 70 minutes
Location: Cerveteri, Italy

From USD
$16.75

Our 24 hour operative Team and our professional drivers will guarantee you an easy and comfortable transfer to Ceri and the city of Rome.
Your journey will be followed by us till you reach your destination to make sure everything appeals to your expectations.

To make a reservation with us from Rome to Ceri and vice versa, are required the following details:
- Name of the main passenger, phone number and email address,
- Pick up time and date,
- Pick up point (Hotel or full accommodation address in Rome or Ceri)
- Number of luggages and passengers. Luggages of particular dimensions, such as wheelchair, sport equipments, music instruments, stroller etc., must be specified in the reservation.
- Vehicle type (Sedan 1-2 pax, Minivan 3-8 pax).

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The waiting time for the transfer in Rome or Ceri is 30 minutes ... More info ›

Our 24 hour operative Team and our professional drivers will guarantee you an easy and comfortable transfer to Ceri and the city of Rome.
Your journey will be followed by us till you reach your destination to make sure everything appeals to your expectations.

To make a reservation with us from Rome to Ceri and vice versa, are required the following details:
- Name of the main passenger, phone number and email address,
- Pick up time and date,
- Pick up point (Hotel or full accommodation address in Rome or Ceri)
- Number of luggages and passengers. Luggages of particular dimensions, such as wheelchair, sport equipments, music instruments, stroller etc., must be specified in the reservation.
- Vehicle type (Sedan 1-2 pax, Minivan 3-8 pax).

IMPORTANT:
The waiting time for the transfer in Rome or Ceri is 30 minutes. Once the waiting time is over and we do not receive any information from the clients, the driver will leave. In this case there will be no refund for the clients.

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