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Flight Demonstration and Night Raptors Lesson

Flight Demonstration and Night Raptors Lesson - Trevignano Romano, Italy

Duration: 1 to 4 hours
Location: Trevignano Romano, Italy

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$13.80

The Flight Demonstration is the moment of the day when you can comfortably sit and get excited with the Falconers and the Raptors of the Roman Rocca Falcons.
Our falconers will be involved in the presentation of the various species of animals and in the demonstration of their flight making you notice all the characteristics that distinguish and differentiate them. In fact, just when each subject is in flight, all the basic information on his species will be given: where he lives, morphological and flight characteristics, feeding, reproduction, predation, and, finally, how to recognize it in nature.

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Flight of birds of prey demonstration and nocturnal birds of prey lesson.

Pass By: I Falchi di Rocca Romana - Centro Volo Rapaci, Trevignano Romano, Province of Rome, Lazio

The Flight Demonstration is the moment of the day when you can comfortably sit and get excited with the Falconers and the Raptors of the Roman Rocca Falcons.
Our falconers will be involved in the presentation of the various species of animals and in the demonstration of their flight making you notice all the characteristics that distinguish and differentiate them. In fact, just when each subject is in flight, all the basic information on his species will be given: where he lives, morphological and flight characteristics, feeding, reproduction, predation, and, finally, how to recognize it in nature.

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Flight of birds of prey demonstration and nocturnal birds of prey lesson.

Pass By: I Falchi di Rocca Romana - Centro Volo Rapaci, Trevignano Romano, Province of Rome, Lazio

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Tivoli tour

Tivoli tour - Trevignano Romano, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Trevignano Romano, Italy

From USD
$582.99

Enjoy a day away from the crowds with a private tour of Villa d'Este and Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli with a car and driver at your disposal.
Your chauffeur/guide will welcome you at your hotel or any other place of your convenience in Rome at 8.30am (suggested time).
This tour length 8 hours in total and is conducted by an English-speaking driver/guide that will not enter sites but drive you around and show you places, pointing out things while explaining what they are, as well as stopping at the places that require a visit and helping you access them.

Your private driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Rome with a Luxury Minivan. In around 45 minutes you’ll reach Tivoli, where you’ll tour villa d’Este first ... More info ›

Enjoy a day away from the crowds with a private tour of Villa d'Este and Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli with a car and driver at your disposal.
Your chauffeur/guide will welcome you at your hotel or any other place of your convenience in Rome at 8.30am (suggested time).
This tour length 8 hours in total and is conducted by an English-speaking driver/guide that will not enter sites but drive you around and show you places, pointing out things while explaining what they are, as well as stopping at the places that require a visit and helping you access them.

Your private driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Rome with a Luxury Minivan. In around 45 minutes you’ll reach Tivoli, where you’ll tour villa d’Este first. Then you’ll spend some time in the city itself, stopping also for lunch. In the afternoon you’ll visit Villa Adriana before heading back to your accommodation in Rome.Villa d’Este:Your tour will begin with the magnificent Villa d’Este, built in the heart of the Renaissance, around 1550, for the will of the Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, Tivoli’s governor.Walk around the Villa, taking in the gardens and posing for photos in front of Bernini-designed fountains while learning about the Cardinal and his lavish life in the villa. Villa d'Este's fame, however, is due more to its gardens than to the building itself. This most famous Italian-style garden, which has been imitated, reverberates with the sound of so many fountains that inspired the Romantic composer Franz Liszt to write a piano suite called "Fountains of the Villa d'Este".Free Time in TivoliAfter your tour of Villa d’Este, return to your car and travel to a beautiful restaurant with a wonderful view of Tivoli (lunch not included in the price).After lunch you will take a nice walk in the little and ancient town of Tivoli. The city offers a wide view over the Roman countryside.Villa Adriana:In the afternoon you’ll see Hadrian’s Villa (Villa Adriana), the former holiday home of Emperor Hadrian. It was built in the 2nd century AD. More similar to a small village than a home in today’s sense of the word!Hadrian's Villa was a complex of over 30 buildings, covering an area of at least 1 square kilometre (c. 250 acres) of which much is still unexcavated. The villa was the greatest Roman example of an Alexandrian garden, recreating a sacred landscape. The complex included palaces, several baths, theatre, temples, libraries, staterooms, and quarters for courtiers, praetorians, and slaves. After Villa Adriana visit you will return to your Hotel or accommodation in Rome.

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Tuscany Wine Tasting Tour

Tuscany Wine Tasting Tour - Trevignano Romano, Italy

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Trevignano Romano, Italy

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$1075.14

See the very best of Tuscany on a full-day trip from Rome
A day trip from Rome to 2 famous villages of Tuscany ; Siena and San Gimignano.
Upon Request - instead of one of these city will be possible to stop in Montepulciano for a wine tasting (not included in the total price - addtional cost €20/25 approx per person) in the Chianti region.
If you are short of time and you are only in Rome for a few days,  this is the perfect tour that allows you to see as much as possible of Tuscany in only a day!

Take a chance with Discovery G Tours to enjoy a private day tour of Tuscany and to discover two beautiful and picturesque charming hill towns, Siena & San Gimignano ... More info ›

See the very best of Tuscany on a full-day trip from Rome
A day trip from Rome to 2 famous villages of Tuscany ; Siena and San Gimignano.
Upon Request - instead of one of these city will be possible to stop in Montepulciano for a wine tasting (not included in the total price - addtional cost €20/25 approx per person) in the Chianti region.
If you are short of time and you are only in Rome for a few days,  this is the perfect tour that allows you to see as much as possible of Tuscany in only a day!

Take a chance with Discovery G Tours to enjoy a private day tour of Tuscany and to discover two beautiful and picturesque charming hill towns, Siena & San Gimignano. Our English-speaking driver/guide will welcome you at 8:00am (suggested time)  at your hotel or any other place of your convenience in Rome.
Enjoy a private drive through Lazio, Umbria, and the Tuscan countryside. Our first stop will be Siena, where you’ll immediately notice an ancient and mysterious atmosphere floating through the little, narrow streets and squares. Without doubt, Siena is one of Italy’s most enchanting cities, built on three steep hills and unchanged since medieval times, it’s a must-see attraction of Tuscany.
After the visit, we’ll proceed to San Gimignano. Once in San Gimignano, other than admiring the famous towers, you can also see the “Duomo” or Collegiate Church, the “Palazzo Del Popolo”, the “Palazzo Nuovo Del Podestà” (which is now the town hall), S. Agostino Church, the Museum of Holy Relics, and the infamous Museum of Torture, which displays early instruments of torture, reminding everyone that cruelty and violence existed even back then. On a lighter note, there are numerous shops which sell local products including the “Vernaccia” wine.
Upon request, will be possible organize a stop a wine tasting in Montepulciano - instead of Siena or San Gimignano -
The additional cost for wine tasting is  20/25 € per person 
At the end of this interesting and relax/ng day you will enjoy a pleasant journey back to Rome.

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Montalcino and Pienza Tour from Rome

Montalcino and Pienza Tour from Rome - Trevignano Romano, Italy

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Trevignano Romano, Italy

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$1000.39

We will drive via the A1 highway straight to the rolling hills of Tuscany, among olive groves and vineyards, in one of the most evocative region in Italy.
Our first stop will be Montalcino, famous as the birthplace of one of the finest wines of Italy, the “Brunello Di Montalcino”, a red, Italian wine produced in the vineyards surrounding the town of Montalcino, located about 120 km south of Florence in the Tuscany wine region.
A short visit is also deserved by Montalcino town, particularly the medieval fortress and the town center.
After lunch, our next destination is Pienza, another beautiful Renaissance city in Tuscany, Pienza is a hilltop village famous not only for its architectures, but also for the excellent sheep’s milk cheese pecorino, produced in the area.
Upon request before leaving Montepulciano we can organize a visit of one of the most famous local wineries, “Poliziano"

Our English-speaking chauffeur/guide will welcome you at your hotel or any other place of your convenience at 8:00am (suggested time) to spend a relaxing day in the rolling hills of Tuscany, among olive groves and vineyards, in one of the most evocative region in Italy.
We will drive via the A1 highway straight to the rolling hills of Tuscany, among olive groves and vineyards, in one of the most evocative region in Italy ... More info ›

We will drive via the A1 highway straight to the rolling hills of Tuscany, among olive groves and vineyards, in one of the most evocative region in Italy.
Our first stop will be Montalcino, famous as the birthplace of one of the finest wines of Italy, the “Brunello Di Montalcino”, a red, Italian wine produced in the vineyards surrounding the town of Montalcino, located about 120 km south of Florence in the Tuscany wine region.
A short visit is also deserved by Montalcino town, particularly the medieval fortress and the town center.
After lunch, our next destination is Pienza, another beautiful Renaissance city in Tuscany, Pienza is a hilltop village famous not only for its architectures, but also for the excellent sheep’s milk cheese pecorino, produced in the area.
Upon request before leaving Montepulciano we can organize a visit of one of the most famous local wineries, “Poliziano"

Our English-speaking chauffeur/guide will welcome you at your hotel or any other place of your convenience at 8:00am (suggested time) to spend a relaxing day in the rolling hills of Tuscany, among olive groves and vineyards, in one of the most evocative region in Italy.
We will drive via the A1 highway straight to the rolling hills of Tuscany, among olive groves and vineyards, in one of the most evocative region in Italy. You will see places rich in art, history and charm, old towns where you can taste typical Italian food, extra fine wine and visit the traditional handicraft workshops.
Our first stop will be Montalcino, a tenacious city made of history and will for good living. Successful through the centuries at resisting powers like Siena and Florence or economic crises and bad taste, Montalcino has become the world capital of wine, without losing the taste for everyday good things.
Montalcino is world famous as the birthplace of one of the finest wines of Italy, the “Brunello Di Montalcino”, a red, Italian wine produced in the vineyards surrounding the town of Montalcino, located about 120 km south of Florence in the Tuscany wine region.
Brunello, a diminutive of Bruno, a male-given name meaning brown, is the name that was given locally to what was believed to be an individual grape variety grown in Montalcino. In 1879, the Province of Siena’s Ampelographic Commission determined, after a few years of controlled experiments, that Sangiovese and Brunello were the same grape variety, and that the former should be its designated name. In Montalcino, the name Brunello evolved into the designation of the wine produced with 100% Sangiovese. In 1980, Brunello Di Montalcino was awarded the first Denominazione Di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG) Montalcinodesignation, and today is one of Italy’s best-known and most expensive wines.
A short visit is also deserved by Montalcino town, particularly the medieval fortress and the town center. Then we will take you to visit the Barbi farm and vineyards, one of the famous Brunello Di Montalcino producers. Next to the Barbi cellar, there is the Taverna Dei Barbi, open since 1972, where, with its easy going atmosphere, you can taste the typical dishes of the Tuscan tradition.
After lunch, our next destination is Pienza, another beautiful Renaissance city in Tuscany, Pienza is a hilltop village famous not only for its architectures, but also for the excellent sheep’s milk cheese (also known as ewes’ milk cheese,) pecorino, produced in the area.
There, you can stroll around this beautiful town of the Val D’Orcia where there are many charming, little, local grocery stores specializing in Pecorino cheese and other local treats.
At the end of the visit, we’ll make our way back to Rome with good memories of an unforgettable day spent in this beautiful part of Tuscany.

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Siena and San Gimignano Tour from Rome

Siena and San Gimignano Tour from Rome - Trevignano Romano, Italy

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Trevignano Romano, Italy

From USD
$1000.39

Our first stop will be Siena, where you’ll immediately notice an ancient and mysterious atmosphere floating through the little, narrow streets and squares. Without doubt, Siena is one of Italy’s most enchanting cities, built on three steep hills and unchanged since medieval times, it’s a must-see attraction of Tuscany.
You will have the chance to see all the major sites like the gothic cathedral (Duomo) and the taut needle of the Torre Del Mangia.
The Duomo (1136 – 1382) is one of the most spectacular in Italy, and one of the few to have been built south of the Alps in full gothic style
After the visit, we’ll proceed to San Gimignano.
At the end of this interesting and relaxing day you will enjoy a pleasant journey back to Rome.

Enjoy a private day tour of Tuscany and to discover two beautiful and picturesque charming hill towns, Siena & San Gimignano ... More info ›

Our first stop will be Siena, where you’ll immediately notice an ancient and mysterious atmosphere floating through the little, narrow streets and squares. Without doubt, Siena is one of Italy’s most enchanting cities, built on three steep hills and unchanged since medieval times, it’s a must-see attraction of Tuscany.
You will have the chance to see all the major sites like the gothic cathedral (Duomo) and the taut needle of the Torre Del Mangia.
The Duomo (1136 – 1382) is one of the most spectacular in Italy, and one of the few to have been built south of the Alps in full gothic style
After the visit, we’ll proceed to San Gimignano.
At the end of this interesting and relaxing day you will enjoy a pleasant journey back to Rome.

Enjoy a private day tour of Tuscany and to discover two beautiful and picturesque charming hill towns, Siena & San Gimignano. Our English-speaking driver/guide will welcome you at 8:00am (suggested time)  at your hotel or any other place of your convenience in Rome.
Enjoy a private drive through Lazio, Umbria, and the Tuscan countryside. Our first stop will be Siena, where you’ll immediately notice an ancient and mysterious atmosphere floating through the little, narrow streets and squares. Without doubt, Siena is one of Italy’s most enchanting cities, built on three steep hills and unchanged since medieval times, it’s a must-see attraction of Tuscany.
You will have the chance to see all the major sites like the gothic cathedral (Duomo) and the taut needle of the Torre Del Mangia. However, the shell-shaped Piazza Del Campo probably captures the most attention and fame. It has been seen in films, photographs, and advertising campaigns. The bricks cover the sloping land underneath and are witness to many events in history; the most intriguing is the “Palio” horserace, one of the most important things in the life of a Siena native. In the piazza on July 2nd and August 16th, there is a bareback horse race that was first recorded in 1283, but may have had its origins in Roman military training. On those days, chaos takes over this small town, and non-natives can observe local patriotism at its best and worst. Any and everything will be done passionately to bring home the prize. The prize is the “Palio,” a banner to be shown off with pride for the whole neighborhood it represents. The Duomo (1136 – 1382) is one of the most spectacular in Italy, and one of the few to have been built south of the Alps in full gothic style. In 1339, the Sienese decided to build a new center of the south with the aim of making the biggest church in Christendom. This plan came to nothing when plague hit the city, killing off much of the population. The uncompleted center now contains a museum of gothic sculpture.
After the visit, we’ll proceed to San Gimignano. Once in San Gimignano, other than admiring the famous towers, you can also see the “Duomo” or Collegiate Church, the “Palazzo Del Popolo”, the “Palazzo Nuovo Del Podestà” (which is now the town hall), S. Agostino Church, the Museum of Holy Relics, and the infamous Museum of Torture, which displays early instruments of torture, reminding everyone that cruelty and violence existed even back then. On a lighter note, there are numerous shops which sell local products including the “Vernaccia” wine.
At the end of this interesting and relaxing day you will enjoy a pleasant journey back to Rome.

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Todi and Spoleto Tour from Rome

Todi and Spoleto Tour from Rome - Trevignano Romano, Italy

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Trevignano Romano, Italy

From USD
$770.42

On this tour you will explore two of the most charming umbrian towns, Todi & Spoleto.
Once in Umbria our visit will begin in Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet that wrote in Italian its poems. Todi is still surrounded by surrounded by mediaeval, Roman and Etruscan walls and is a quite small town, full of famous monuments.
After your driver guide have introduced the city with its history he will give you some free time to walk around and visit some of the major sights. Todi offers relaxing moments and at the same time a sensational return to our ancient past.
After Todi our next destination is Spoleto, one of the largest towns in southern Umbria, the perfect place to immerse yourself in Italian history, culture and food. 
At the end of the tour we will drive you back to Rome.

Your visit will begin in Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet that wrote in Italian its poems ... More info ›

On this tour you will explore two of the most charming umbrian towns, Todi & Spoleto.
Once in Umbria our visit will begin in Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet that wrote in Italian its poems. Todi is still surrounded by surrounded by mediaeval, Roman and Etruscan walls and is a quite small town, full of famous monuments.
After your driver guide have introduced the city with its history he will give you some free time to walk around and visit some of the major sights. Todi offers relaxing moments and at the same time a sensational return to our ancient past.
After Todi our next destination is Spoleto, one of the largest towns in southern Umbria, the perfect place to immerse yourself in Italian history, culture and food. 
At the end of the tour we will drive you back to Rome.

Your visit will begin in Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet that wrote in Italian its poems. Todi is still surrounded by surrounded by mediaeval, Roman and Etruscan walls and is a quite small town, full of famous monuments, such as the amazing medieval Piazza del Popolo (among the biggest medieval squares in Italy), formerly central point of the Roman town, and closed in the Middle Ages by four doors and the Renaissance Consolazione Church (project attributed to Donato Bramante).
There are several Roman cisterns beneath the piazza that may be visited, although Todi is a hill town, its centre at the top of the hill is flat.
After your driver guide have introduced the city with its history he will give you some free time to walk around and visit some of the major sights.
Todi offers relaxing moments and at the same time a sensational return to our ancient past, to the epoch of dusty streets, and to the famous periods in Umbria which reminds us of St. Francis of Assisi. The territory of Todi is not only famous for its monuments, buildings, churches, history, landscapes or uncontaminated environment, but also for its artistic craftmanship, its genuine food, its strong wines such as Grechetto di Todi and for its hospitality towards its guests.
After Todi our next destination is Spoleto, one of the largest towns in southern Umbria, the perfect place to immerse yourself in Italian history, culture and food. A beautiful and charming medieval town, a perfect medieval city with loads of charm in a beautiful setting.
Spoleto has a lots of interesting sights, nice shops, and great restaurants where you can sample the Umbrian cuisine, which is bold with the flavors of truffles, porcini mushrooms, sausage, salamiand roasted meats.
The Duomo is one of Spoleto’s finest sights. Begun in the twelfth century, the delicate-looking cathedral is set against a backdrop of hills and valleys. The Duomo is an amalgam of styles, and boasts an apse frescoed by Fra Filippo Lippi, whose tomb lies in the church.
Spoleto is home to two important annual events – the Two Worlds Festival (Festival dei Due Mondi), a celebration of art, music and theater; and the Spoleto Jazz Festival, which bring people from all over the world. 
This tour is conducted by an English-speaking driver/guide that will not enter sites but drive you around and show you places, pointing out things while explaining what they are, as well as stopping at the places which require a visit and helping you access them.

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