Rome Nord Coast could be a really surprise as walking along the ancient Via Aurelia we will discover Castles, Ancients Ruins and the last landing of Caravaggio. During the day we will stop in one of the better wine site of the area for tasting local wine, oil and products. Program (timing will be changed as for request)
SENSORY VISIT BETWEEN NECROPOLIS, VINEYARDS AND SEA
A whole day to discover in full relaxation the largest Etruscan Necropolis recognized as a Unesco World Heritage Site and to taste products of the territories north of Rome. After walking through the Etruscan ruins, we will move to a renowned winery in the area to taste wine, oil and local produce. After visiting the vineyards, the Ladispoli waterfront awaits us to end our day with an apericena made with fresh fish to enjoy by the sea.
Diving in an outdoor hot tub with heated water by the sea? Exhausted desire. 30 kilometers from Rome, on the iron black beach of Ladispoli we organize Apericena based on fish with hot tubs in tanks for the exclusive use of 2 people.
In ancient Rome the basilica was a building to deal with business, heal disputes and administer justice... Each church has its own history, belongs to an era, it houses precious relics and many works of art produced by the minds and works of great architects, painters, sculptors, artisans...
The Valley of the Forum among the seven hills of Rome was formerly a swamp. From the end of the 7th century BC after the reclamation of the swamp in the valley was built the Roman Forum that was the center of Roman public life for over a millennium...
Today it is hard to believe, yet in the Middle Ages in Rome there were up to three hundred towers that, together with the bell towers of the churches and the towers of the Aurelian Walls, gave the city a verticalized, thorny appearance... Our visit will take us to discover this unknown Rome through the streets of the old town.
One of the most interesting examples among the historic villas, from the late Renaissance to the nineteenth century, which have entered the urban landscape of Rome is Villa Borghese. The result of the important activity of patronage undertaken in the first decades of the seventeenth century...
Villa Giulia, built by Pope Julius III during the years of his pontificate between 1550 and 1555, is a splendid example of a Renaissance villa, created as a suburban villa, similar to other sixteenth-century complexes in Rome and its surroundings. Villa Giulia is today the most representative museum of the Etruscan civilization ...
More than four hundred years ago, on 7 February 1600, the philosopher Giordano Bruno was taken to the tor prison of Nona to Piazza Campo de Fiori, where, in the place where his statue is observed today, he was denuded, tied to a pole and burned alive... A journey between science and faith in Rome, trying to understand and explain the reasons for both.
Beautiful, erudite, famous and rich to the courtesans of the Renaissance there was also no lack of imagination, always ready to profit from the spasms that gathered around them, to which they distributed even smiles, kind words, caresses and furtive kisses, then abandoned them.... Ours will be a path through the alleys of Rome papalina stopping in the places frequented by Veronica, Nenna, Pippa, Imperia, Vanozza and many others.
CENTRALE MONTEMARTINI (EXHIBITION CENTER MUSEI CAPITOLINI)
The Montemartini power station was the first public electricity production plant in Rome, which was built in the early 1900s on the Via Ostiense, between the General Markets and the left bank of the Tiber. The history of the exhibition center of the Capitoline Museums in this former Thermoelectric Power Station begins in 1997...
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