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Shore Excursion from Civitavecchia Port of Rome to Ancient Ostia and Cerveteri

Shore Excursion from Civitavecchia Port of Rome to Ancient Ostia and Cerveteri  - Ostia Antica, Italy

Duration: 6 to 7 hours
Location: Ostia Antica, Italy

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A private driver with a luxury minivan get you at your lodging in Rome or at the port of Civitavecchia and drive through the exquisite wide open of Lazio locale encompassed by delicate green hils, streams and lakes. In the wake of meeting the neighborhood direct you will visit the features of the territory.

Visit two of the most important world heritage sites in Europe both protected by UNESCO, Cerveteri and Ostia ... More info ›

A private driver with a luxury minivan get you at your lodging in Rome or at the port of Civitavecchia and drive through the exquisite wide open of Lazio locale encompassed by delicate green hils, streams and lakes. In the wake of meeting the neighborhood direct you will visit the features of the territory.

Visit two of the most important world heritage sites in Europe both protected by UNESCO, Cerveteri and Ostia. On this tour you meander down the quiet streets lined with abandoned buildings. There is the Baths of Neptune with it stunning black and white mosaics, Amphitrite, the theatre and the Forum, once the hub of life in the city.

On this walk back in time your guide will give you an insight into how the citizens of Ostia Antica used to work and enjoy their leisure time; what it was really like to live in this thriving city port that was Rome’s gateway to the rest of the world.

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Stop At: Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, Viale Dei Romagnoli 717, 00119 Ostia Antica Italy

This is a private 3-hour tour back in time to explore Ostia Antica. You will see the thermal baths, the Forum, the Capitolium as well as examples of original shops, mills, wine warehouses, laundries and much more.


Duration: 3 hours

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

Appreciate a fun enlightening and loosening up day trip to the world legacy destination of Cerveteri, secured by Unesco. This is a city-like necropolis feauturing staggering fantastic tombs painted and cut in the stone.

Duration: 2 hours

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All-included Guided Ostia Tour for Kids & Families with Hotel Pick-up & Drop-off

All-included Guided Ostia Tour for Kids & Families with Hotel Pick-up & Drop-off - Ostia Antica, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Ostia Antica, Italy

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Find out about existence in antiquated Roman occasions as you go through the amazing Porta Romana entryway and walk around the focal avenue of Decumanus Maximus. Stop to investigate the remaining parts of the Terme di Nettuno amphitheater, look into the warm showers, and see the Temple of Rome and Augustus, the Square of the Guilds, and the Capitolium ... More info ›

Find out about existence in antiquated Roman occasions as you go through the amazing Porta Romana entryway and walk around the focal avenue of Decumanus Maximus. Stop to investigate the remaining parts of the Terme di Nettuno amphitheater, look into the warm showers, and see the Temple of Rome and Augustus, the Square of the Guilds, and the Capitolium. With a visit discourse uniquely customized to draw in more youthful members, the entire family can get included, and children will appreciate learning fun random data, filling in their shading books, and partaking in intuitive exercises including tests, treasure chases, and card diversions. The best part is that need access to the archeological site implies that youngsters won't get exhausted holding up in line. Toward the finish of the visit, either come back to the train station or meet your driver for the arrival voyage to Rome.

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Stop At: Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, Viale Dei Romagnoli 717, 00119 Ostia Antica Italy

A 2.5-hour guided visit will lead you into the apparition town of Ostia Antica. The old port of Rome will invite you to an archeological site where the traditions of the old occupants of this vital purpose of the Roman Empire will wake up. Shading books, interactive media devices and considerably more will catch the consideration of your children, giving them a fun and energizing knowledge that they won't overlook. Private get and drop-off at your inn in Rome and extra charges are incorporated into the cost!

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

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Private Tour of Ancient Ostia with Exclusive Guide and Skip-the-line Tickets

Private Tour of Ancient Ostia with Exclusive Guide and Skip-the-line Tickets - Ostia Antica, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Ostia Antica, Italy

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Meet your guide in front of Ostia Antica entrance and once inside, you'll hear how the town filled in as the primary harbor of the Roman republic. Investigate its old crematorium, otherwise known as the necropolis, and afterward visit the amphitheater where the Roman groups thundered as they were engaged ... More info ›

Meet your guide in front of Ostia Antica entrance and once inside, you'll hear how the town filled in as the primary harbor of the Roman republic. Investigate its old crematorium, otherwise known as the necropolis, and afterward visit the amphitheater where the Roman groups thundered as they were engaged. Peer inside the Thermal Baths of Neptune to appreciate its safeguarded mosaics and frescoes, and wander along antiquated cobbles to the House of Diana — one of the town's most imperative remnants. In the wake of beholding back to Ostia's brilliance days, you'll find out about the town toward the finish of the Roman Empire when the city slipped out of unmistakable quality. Catch wind of the Roman general Sulla, and the new arrangement of city dividers that were ascribed to his time in power.

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Stop At: Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, Viale Dei Romagnoli 717, 00119 Ostia Antica Italy

Stroll through the Roman demolishes in this old town. It tends to be characterized a little Pompeii, only couple of kilometers from Rome. The principal settlement can be followed back to the start of the fourth century B.C. Just toward the finish of that century a squared sustained post (castrum) was assembled. This castrum was encompassed by solid tufa dividers and its fundamental street tomahawks - the Cardus and the Decumanus. This military camp, called Ostia from the Latin word Ostium signifying "mouth of the stream", was set up at a separation of around 16 miles from Rome, as a military station to monitor not just the entrance to the Tiber and the adjacent zones, so as to protect Rome. The city was then encompassed by another hover of dividers that is generally credited at the season of Sulla. The dividers delineated a urban territory of around 50 hectares which could be gotten to through three primary doors: Porta Romana,Porta Laurentina and Porta Marina.

Duration: 3 hours

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All-included Guided Tour of Ancient Ostia from Rome with Hotel Pickup & Drop Off

All-included Guided Tour of Ancient Ostia from Rome with Hotel Pickup & Drop Off - Ostia Antica, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Ostia Antica, Italy

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Walk around the old structures, similar to shops, showers, eateries, houses, and the theater. Your guide will set aside you back in opportunity to the Roman period ... More info ›

Walk around the old structures, similar to shops, showers, eateries, houses, and the theater. Your guide will set aside you back in opportunity to the Roman period. This magnificent visit will invigorate your creative energy, taking the remains back to their sublime past. Strolling the fundamental roads and the concealed back streets, you'll be completely inundated on the grounds that the view hints at no the cutting edge town. Your guide will reveal to you captivating stories and tales about the Roman town, starting with the Decumanus Maximus, the primary road. Through the subtleties of the narratives, you will feel the excited vibe of living in a bustling port city. You will appreciate visiting the antiquated city and respecting its fundamental structures, for example, the theater, the House of Diana, the Forum, the Baths, the Thermopolium. The entire length of the visit is 3/4 hours, including the 35-minute ride to Ancient Ostia.

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Stop At: Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, Viale Dei Romagnoli 717, 00119 Ostia Antica Italy

Fifteen miles southwest of Rome lies Ostia Antica, an immense archeological site that was the harbor city of antiquated Rome. When an enthusiastic focal point of financial flourishing, the city fell into dilapidation and was in the long run relinquished after the fall of the Roman Empire. Following a few centuries, the city was rediscovered and is presently open to open. This half-day visit open's the site's history.

Duration: 3 hours

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Guided Tour of Ancient Ostia from Fiumicino Airport with Private Van Pickup

Guided Tour of Ancient Ostia from Fiumicino Airport with Private Van Pickup - Ostia Antica, Italy

Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Location: Ostia Antica, Italy

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The wonderfully saved vestiges of Ostia Antica, Rome's old seaport, lie twenty miles from the advanced city, in the knolls between the Tiber River and the Tyrrhenian Sea. Established, most likely in the fourth century BC, as a military settlement to watch the stream mouth against seaborne intrusions, Ostia filled in as a bustling business port when Rome controlled all the Mediterranean in the second century BC ... More info ›

The wonderfully saved vestiges of Ostia Antica, Rome's old seaport, lie twenty miles from the advanced city, in the knolls between the Tiber River and the Tyrrhenian Sea. Established, most likely in the fourth century BC, as a military settlement to watch the stream mouth against seaborne intrusions, Ostia filled in as a bustling business port when Rome controlled all the Mediterranean in the second century BC. With the fall of Rome, the port was surrendered and shepherds with their groups settled in. This once flourishing city of around 60,000 individuals gives a look at Roman ways of life with docks, distribution centers, condos and houses, shops, showers and sanctuaries. As you stroll along Ostia's primary road, the Decumanus Maximus, your feet sink into profound trenches left by the trucks used to ship stock and things among Rome and Ostia and you will find the second best-saved old Roman town after Pompeii.

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Stop At: Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, Viale Dei Romagnoli 717, 00119 Ostia Antica Italy

Become more acquainted with one of the Roman area's key archeological milestones on this private, half-day voyage through Ostia Antica. An antiquated settlement situated on the River Tiber, only 17 miles (28 kilometers) from Rome appropriate, Ostia Antica incorporates the vestiges of an amphitheater, open showers, and that's just the beginning. Upon your entry, appreciate abundant time to investigate, and take in progressively about the sights from your local guide.

Duration: 3 hours

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Ostia and Cervetri Private Shore Excursion for Cruisers

Ostia and Cervetri Private Shore Excursion for Cruisers - Ostia Antica, Italy

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Ostia Antica, Italy

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Not too far from the Eternal City midst, the tranquil countryside of Rome lay the last vestiges of Ancient Rome’s and Etruria’s greatness: Ostia Antica and the Banditaccia Necropolis in Cerveteri.
On our Ostia Antica and Cerveteri shore excursion you will spend the first half of the day exploring the beautifully preserved 2nd century ruins of the once-thriving Ancient Roman city of Ostia Antica, and afterwards, walk among the sacred tombs of the mysterious Etruscans who ruled central Italy for centuries as the most advanced civilization west of the Mediterranean until overtaken by the invincible Romans. And with so many stunning medieval towns crowning Lazio’s hilltops as well, it is only fitting that we visit one for lunch!

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Stop At: Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, Viale Dei Romagnoli 717, 00119 Ostia Antica Italy

Ostia Antica often referred to as the "Pompeii near Rome", was originally located at the mouth of the Tiber River between 1400 to 400BC ... More info ›

Not too far from the Eternal City midst, the tranquil countryside of Rome lay the last vestiges of Ancient Rome’s and Etruria’s greatness: Ostia Antica and the Banditaccia Necropolis in Cerveteri.
On our Ostia Antica and Cerveteri shore excursion you will spend the first half of the day exploring the beautifully preserved 2nd century ruins of the once-thriving Ancient Roman city of Ostia Antica, and afterwards, walk among the sacred tombs of the mysterious Etruscans who ruled central Italy for centuries as the most advanced civilization west of the Mediterranean until overtaken by the invincible Romans. And with so many stunning medieval towns crowning Lazio’s hilltops as well, it is only fitting that we visit one for lunch!

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Stop At: Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, Viale Dei Romagnoli 717, 00119 Ostia Antica Italy

Ostia Antica often referred to as the "Pompeii near Rome", was originally located at the mouth of the Tiber River between 1400 to 400BC. Today, due to silting, it is situated further inland by 3 kilometers within a lush park-like setting that nature lovers are sure to enjoy.
As your feet settle on the timeworn cobblestones following the footsteps of ancient Ostians, a distant echo of the hustle and bustle of daily life in this once prosperous city magically transports you to the ancient days of Rome as you wander through the remnants Ostia’s apartment buildings, cemetery, bars, bakeries, commercial storefronts, outdoor theater, a forum, pagan temples, communal baths and latrines, sculptures, mosaics and more.
Price of admission at Ostia Antica archaeological park is currently 10 Euros per person. Tickets can be purchased at the site before entering.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Borgo di Ceri, Piazza Immacolata, 00052 Ceri, Cerveteri Italy

Ceri is a 13th-century town with fortified walls that gives it the appearance of a medieval fortress isolated on top of a steep hill of tufa, a type of limestone that is very common in Italy.
Its medieval past dominating the present becomes apparent the moment we arrive at the bottom of the hill. The only street that passes through the fortified wall and leads you into town is wide enough for just a single vehicle to pass through at a time. This rare traffic problem was resolved by installing two traffic lights: one at the entrance into the town, and one where the street ends in the main square. Enjoy a nice homemade lunch in one of the family-owned restaurants for a great taste of the real Italian Cusine.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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

This Sanctuary is a very special place for the locals. The Virgin Mary for whom this Sanctuary is named is known for her intercession and helping people who are experiencing difficulties.

Duration: 15 minutes

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

The Banditaccia Necropolis is significant not only because it is the largest ancient necropolis in the Mediterranean area, but also because it contains some of the only examples of Etruscan residential architecture surviving to this day.
Although none of the Etruscan homes survived to this day, you can see the types of homes Etruscans lived in just by walking into their tombs! Considered permanent homes for the dead, the tombs were carved to resemble the interior of residential homes, lavishly designed with a gabled roof, crossbeam, stone couches, chairs, and other architectural details.
Entry admission to Cerveteri Baditaccia Etruscan Necropolis is currently €10 per person and is purchased on site.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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