Travel back in time and discover the Etruscan side of the area
Admire the enchanting “Castle on the Lake” in Bracciano
Visit the half-Christian, half-Pagan church of Santa Maria Maggiore in Tuscania
Discover the 9th Century B.C. Necropolis in Cerveteri
Suggested pick up time
Luxury air conditioned vehicle
English speaking driver
Stop at Bracciano Lake and time to visit
Stop in Tuscania town and time to visit
Stop in Banditaccia in Cerveteri
All taxes, parking tolls, gasoline and driver maintenance
Meals and Drinks
Entrance fees, if required
Lake Bracciano, Città Metropolitana di Roma, Italia
Necropoli della Banditaccia, Via della Necropoli, Cerveteri, RM, Italia
Tuscania, VT, Italia
Travel back in time and discover the Etruscan history just outside Rome.
You will visit Tuscania, an ancient town allegedly founded by Tusco, son of Hercules, famous for its medieval walls and towers, and for the Etruscan necropolis. Do not miss a visit to Santa Maria Maggiore church, half-Christian and half-Etruscan, where the sacred and profane blend perfectly.
You will stop at Lake Bracciano, the second largest of Lazio’s volcanic lakes. There you will have a chance to visit the “Castle on the Lake”, a medieval castle which dates back to the 10th Century, or just take a relaxing stroll along the clean shores of the lake.
You will reach Cerveteri, home to a Unesco World Heritage Site, the Etruscan Necropoli in Banditaccia, dating back to IX century B.C. and visit what used to be one of the most important commercial centres in the Etruscan time.
What should I wear for this tour?
We suggest that you wear comfortable walking shoes as there is quite a bit of walking involved on uneven surfaces.
What should I wear if I want to visit some religious sites?
If you intend to visit religious sites, please have knees and shoulders covered (both men and women).
Where and how will I find the driver?
Your driver will be waiting for you at the confirmed pickup location (your arrival train track, at the airport arrival exit gate, at your accommodation) holding a sign with your name written on it.
Is this tour accessible for people with limited walking abilities?
The itinerary can be certainly customised according to your needs, but please note that some areas may not be accessible with a stroller/wheelchair or for people with limited walking abilities.
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