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Your first stop will be Todi, also known for being the hometown of Jacopone da Todi, a famous Italian poet. Todi is still surrounded by medieval, Roman and Etruscan walls and is a quite a small town, full of famous monuments, such as the amazing medieval Piazza del Popolo and the Renaissance Consolazione Church (project attributed to Donato Bramante). Todi offers relaxing moments in an ancient environment and mystery. Todi is famous for the artistic craftsmanship, its genuine food, its strong wines such as Grechetto di Todi and for its warm hospitality. After Todi our next destination is Spoleto. The perfect place to immerse yourself in Italian history, culture and food. Spoleto has a lots of interesting sites, nice shops, and great restaurants where you can sample the Umbrian cuisine. Above all, you will find truffles, porcini mushrooms, sausage, salami and roasted meats. The Duomo is one of Spoleto’s finest venues. It is a mixture 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, a celebration of art, music and theater; and the Spoleto Jazz Festival, which bring people from all over the world. At the end of the tour we will drive you back to Rome.
price from €100.00
Discover Umbria, one of the smallest Italian Regions, but still breathtakingly beautiful, called the Green heart of Italy. As you travel through the typical landscapes you will reach Perugia, World famous for its chocolate productions. Once in Perugia you will see the Maggiore Fountain, the gothic Basilica of San Lorenzo and the Town Hall within Palazzo dei Priori. Perugia is also known for chocolate production and chocolate related events as the “Eurochocolate“. It takes place every year in October, attracting thousands of chocolate lovers and enthusiasts from all over the World. After Perugia, a private wine tasting in an ancient Castle! An ancient Etruscan settlement, turned into a winery. This exclusive locations is one of the most famous and ancient wineries in Italy. The vineyards are dated 217 b. C. And the winemakers have great consideration of respecting the environment, and have applied eco-friendly solutions to create superb wines. As part of the experience, we will arrange a private eco-tour of the vineyards, that you will visit with off-road golf carts. After the golf cart tour, you will take a guided tour of winery, the chambers where wine is made, cellars and an illustration of the aging system. Time for a tasting! Relax and unwind on the beautiful terrace overlooking the Umbrian region. You’ll taste a selection of the best wines, and sample some bruschettas with unfiltered olive oil and a selection of local delicacies. At the end of the tour, you’ll enjoy a wonderful trip back to your hotel in Rome.
price from €98.00
This private tour of Assisi and Perugia begins with a lovely drive north of Rome into one of the Italy’s most picturesque regions, Umbria, one of the smallest Regions of Italy. This is the perfect chocolaty experience in Perugia Once in Perugia, visit the amazing sites such as the Maggiore Fountain, the gothic Basilica of San Lorenzo and the Town Hall within Palazzo dei Priori. Perugia is also famous for the chocolate production, like the World wide famous Baci Perugina, The chocolate kisses! And for chocolate related events, like the “Eurochocolate“. It takes place every October. If you’re in Rome around that period, make sure not to miss it! A visit of the chocolate factory “Perugina” can be also planned. Other events in Perugia take place each year, like the “Umbria Jazz“! Next stop, Assisi! A visit to the Basilica of St. Francis is definitely a must. It’s also the resting place of the famous Saint, Francis. Hence the Basilica’s name. Beautiful, historical and religious location, that became a UNESCO world heritage site in 2000. Visit the Basilica of Santa Chiara next! Built around the church that housed the remains of St. Francis first. If time permits we can drive up to the Eremo delle Carceri, a small hermitage on top of a Mountain in Umbria. On the way back to Rome enjoy a final stop in the town of Santa Maria degli Angeli (Saint Mary of the Angels) to see another beautiful basilica. Where the Franciscan movement first started!
price from €105.00
Orvieto is perched on a plateau of tufo rock (soft volcanic rock) that was once an island in the sea covering the Paglia Valley below. Here, you will have time to explore one of the finest Duomos in Italy, a gem of Gothic architecture and take an hour long tour of the underground city with its winding tunnels and Etruscan artifacts. Explore 3,000 years of history by following the ancient hidden passages, tunnels, stairs, and rooms. Another important stop is St. Patrick’s Well. This 203 feet deep well showcases double-spiral staircases for easier access to the water. Experience a delightful lunch with delicious local wine. Your tour driver will be happy to can suggest some local restaurants in the area for an authentic “Umbrian” lunch. After exploring this charming town with amazing views, you will head to Civita Bagnoregio, an almost deserted town accessible only by a foot bridge. With only 25-50 inhabitants, it mirrors a ghost town. Stroll the narrow streets, and marvel at the existence of a place where time stopped several hundred years ago. Enjoy a visit to an ancient olive oil press, originally built by the Etruscans from this area. This tour will allow you to explore the unique history of this fascinating area. At the end of the tour we will return to Rome.
Cascia was the home of Saint Rita. After her dedication in 1900, a large shrine was built in Cascia, which is still an important place of pilgrimage, and the house where she was born is open to public. The modern territory of Cascia was a Roman settlement , destroyed in the 1st century BC by an earthquake. In the middle ages, it became a feudal center. And then it became a papal town until the unification of Italy in 1860. Visit the beautiful Cascia and Roccaporena, to discover the life of the famous Saint Your tour driver can suggest to you some great, typical restaurants in the area for lunch. After, you’ll go to Roccaporena, Santa Rita’s birthplace in 1381. Here you can visit some places associated with the Saint, such as her native house, the miraculous rose garden, the church where she was baptized, and the so-called “Scoglio” — a cliff which the Saint used to climb to pray. From Roccaporena, your private tour driver, will take you back to your hotel in Rome, while you enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Today your tour driver will take you “off the beaten path” to enjoy a day excursion to Sulmona. Once arrived in Sulmona your tour driver will introduce you to the history of this charming little town and will give you some free time to walk around and explore the area. Sulmona has several squares, churches and palaces of historical significance. Sulmona is also famous across Italy and beyond for the production of the country’s finest sugared almonds, known in Italian as “confetti”. They can be found at almost any important event, from weddings, christenings, graduation or anniversaries. The region of Abruzzo is well known for the great food and strong wines, too. Your driver will recommend a great restaurant for lunch! And visit to the Confetti factory and Museum is a must. The museum features well-preserved original equipment and photos, and of course you can taste and buy confetti too. At the end of this exciting day you will enjoy a relaxing journey back to Rome.
Your journey will begin with a trip through the hills and villages of the typical Roman Countryside. Before you know it, you’ll be immersed in the real Mediterranean culture. Escape from the usual, touristic routines and explore the Umbrian Region of this wonderful Italian Country! Quaint villages, still inhabited, by those who want to carry on the tradition of local customs, in the agricultural and historical field. But also artistically. You will visit the fantastic little village of Deruta. A small hill town, famous for its medieval predominance and artistic singularity. It is renowned Worldwide for its refined ceramic, maiolica and pottery production. It’s most popular style is the “Bella Donna”: incredibly beautiful paintings of women portrayed on typical ceramic plates, trimmed with colorful, floral patterns. We highly recommend a walk in the old part of Town, such a rustic charming atmosphere… Then make sure to stop at the “Antica Fornace”, the most Ancient Pottery Kiln, converted to workshop, where you can find millions of art pieces. Take a piece of this incredible land back home with you! Of course, the Umbrian region is also known for wine & olive oil production! For the perfect ending, your private tour driver will take you to an ancient winery for a private visit! The vineyards in this winery, are so ancient that the record books have them dated back to the year 217 b.C. The winery also hosts centenary olive trees. Take a guided tour of the vineyards and groves, with an off-road golf carts!! At the end of the tour, you will enjoy the breathtaking view from the terrace, appreciating a selection of local wines and none filtered olive oils, to sample with culinary samples and bruschettas. At the end of such a captivating experience, your tour driver will take you back to your hotel in Rome.
A Day long tour to one of the most beautiful places on Earth Through the rolling hills, crops and olive groves and vineyards, you'll arrive in Orvieto. This quaint village boasts with history, art and architecture that have survived the Eras, from the Etruscans to the Romans and later the Goths and Byzantines and so on. Creating today a centuries-long, unique and intertwined net of curiosities and traditions, perfectly coexisting. Every inch, above and below the surface. The first thing you'll notice about Orvieto, is it's curious position, nestled on a steep edge of Rocks. It hosts several beautiful churches like the unmissable Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo, the Gothic jewel. With it's breathtaking facade, and interiors, paintings and 14 and 1500s frescos of San Brizio's Chapel. And many other Ancient churches, Gothic-Romanic, 12-13 Century buildings, towers, palaces and Medieval Fortress. Saint Patrick's well is also World famous. An ingineering delight commissioned by Pope Clemente VII in the mid-1500s to supply the Town with water. With two separate stair cases to the bottom, it is deep 60 meters approximately. Just when you think Orvieto couldn't be more interesting, there is a whole other layer of things to see. Underneath the surface. The Undergrounds of Orvieto host an entire system of caves and tunnels carved entirely in the Tufo rock. As it was customary for the Etruscans to do so, around the 4th-5th century bC. The undergrounds have been used from century to century to this day! In fact, since Orvieto is World producer of delicious wines, most of the Etruscan tunnels and caves are used today by the several wineries in the area, as natural cellars, to store their wine barrels. The perfect temperature and dark climate are essential to make the Orvieto Wines so delicious. It's fascinating to see how people from different Ages, take full advantage of this land's Natural resources. Creating a very personal connection with the past. Speaking of Wines, before returning to Rome, your tour driver will take you to a local winery, for a private wine tasting and tour. Visit the venue, the unique cellars and learn about their wine's history from harvest to the finished product. Sample a fine selections of wines to go with some local traditional dishes. At the end of your wine tasting, you will enjoy a nice relaxing ride back to Rome, with lots of stories to tell.
price from €115.00
During this tour you will enjoy a trip down the Amalfi coast! With a private tour driver that will pick you up in your location in Rome. And will assist you in every way, during the day. Your first stop on this amazing tour is Ravello, the ideal place for a quiet and relaxing walk through the alleys of the historical centre. Ravello host two famous ancient villas, Cimbrone and Rufolo that deserve being visited. You will then go to Amalfi. You will have free time in order to explore the centre of this old village which was the most important centre of the Maritime Republics. The tour continues… Leaving Amalfi our next destination is Positano, certainly the most impressive town on the Amalfi Coast. Visit the little town on foot to appreciate its pretty narrow streets! You can discover the cute boutiques, selling signature Italian clothing. Your tour driver will be also happy to suggest you some typical local traditional restaurants in the area. After lunch our last destination will be Sorrento, the city of orange and lemon groves. We highly recommend walking through the narrow streets where in additions to shopping for local crafts, you will be able to try the ice cream and of course the world famous limoncello! After Sorrento you will enjoy a relaxing ride back to Rome.
A visit to Cortona and Montepulciano is a special encounter with history, great food, and high quality wine. How would you like to spend a day wandering in the Town featured in “Under the Tuscan Sun”? Cortona is a neat quaint hilltop town, dominating the south side of the Chiana Valley. From the fortress, you can enjoy magnificent views of Lake Trasimeno and the surrounding forests, along with vineyards and olive groves that produce some of the best wine and olive oil in all of Italy. You will then continue to Montepulciano, home of the famous “Vino Nobile di Montepulciano”, a wine that originated in the 1300s. The heart of Wine Country Montepulciano’s traditions is to be one of the few places in the World where there are ancient underground cellars, in the heart of the town, that date back to Etruscan times. You will visit one of these ancient cellars, below a city palace where the wine rests in oak barrels, maturing into what will be the future Vino Nobile. Take your time and discover that it is not only famous wine that makes Montepulciano special, but also the medieval atmosphere and friendly people. Finally, we will leave Montepulciano, saying goodbye to its beauty, and start the drive back to Rome.
Pompeii is a buried and ruined Roman city near modern Naples in the Italian region of Campania, in the territory of the commune of Pompeii. It, along with Herculaneum (its sister city), was destroyed, and consequently buried during a catastrophic eruption of the volcano, Mount Vesuvius spanning two days on August 24, 79 AD. The volcano collapsed higher roof-lines, and buried Pompeii under many meters of ash and pumice. It was lost for nearly 1,700 years before its accidental rediscovery in 1748. Since then, its excavation has provided an extraordinarily detailed insight into the life of a city at the height of the Roman Empire. Today, it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Another location you’ll visit is Herculaneum, an ancient Roman town, located in the territory of the current commune of Ercolano. It is most famous for having been lost, along with Pompeii, in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Since the discovery of bones in 1981, some 150 skeletons have been found. Herculaneum was a smaller town, with a wealthier population than Pompeii at the time of its destruction. Our tour driver will be happy to suggest some local, typical restaurants in that area. After lunch, your English-speaking tour driver will drive you back to Rome.
price from €850.00
Our tour driver will welcome you at your hotel or any other place of your convenience in Rome for a memorable tour of Pompeii and the Amalfi coast. Your first stop will be Pompeii. One of the most famous locations in the World. It is intriguing and interesting and so fascinating. You will enjoy strolling along in the ruins of the ancient city, where everything has been preserved so incredibly. Here, *upon request we can provide a local, archaeological expertise English-speaking guide for a private 2 hour walking tour into the ruins of this ancient city. This will give you the best opportunity to discover the way of life during the times of the Roman Empire. You’ll then head for the famous Amalfi Coast next! You will drive through the city of Amalfi, capital of the divine coast, then stop to visit Sorrento or Positano. Your tour driver will be happy to take you in one of these locations, and recommend some local restaurants for a traditional Mediterranean meal! The great thing about this tour is that you can decide which venue to explore. Positano or Sorrento, the choice is yours! Just let us know your preference, we’ll take care of the rest. Positano, one of the most beautiful seaside villages of the Amalfi coast. Narrow streets that slowly descend from the hilltop to the beautiful beach with picturesque boutiques that will warmly welcome you for a stroll. Sorrento, known for its famous coast line and charming little boutiques. You will then head back to Rome.
Your tour driver will welcome you at your hotel or any other place of your convenience in Rome at 8:00am (suggested time). The tour begins and ends in Rome, for a private Chianti Wine tour. During the trip we will educate you a bit about the region you are about to visit, its history, culture and of course wines. You’ll drive directly to the Chianti wine region, which lies between the major cities of Florence and Siena, bordered on the east by the Chianti hills and on the west by the Elsa River. The Chianti wine region boasts delightful vistas framing the vine-covered rolling hills and ever present cypresses, along with an unhurried pace of life. We select some of the most famous wineries in Chianti for your special wine tasting tour so you can enjoy your beautiful day in the Chianti region. During wine tasting you might also have the chance to talk about wine and wine stories with old wine makers or passionate new generations involved in wine business while sipping incredible wines. This tour includes 1 winery visits, wine & Olive oil tasting at a winery with a brief visit of San Gimignano
If you are looking for a slice of seaside in Tuscany in an out-of-the-way, then you should definitely visit the Monte Argentario. Surely one of the most beautiful areas of Tuscany Monte Argentario, with its mountain, its shores, beaches, lagoons and natural reserve, is the ideal place for nature walks lovers. There are two pretty harbor towns perfect for sightseeing: Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano. Porto Ercole where bars and restaurants are interspersed with terraces overlooking the sea and shops made by former warehouses of fishermen. Porto Santo Stefano is the largest town on Monte Argentario and is situated in a picturesque bay, complete with a bustling old port, busy streets and a chic marina, which is often frequented by more than a few luxury yachts! You can take a relaxing stroll around, and stop at the Piazza dei Rioni for a cool drink or gelato at one of the many bistrots. There is also a wonderful Spanish fortress situated in a dominating position and built to control the port during the Spanish rule in the 17th century. Have lunch in Porto Santo Stefano! It has a fantastic culinary reputation for the excellent seafood, many Italians from Rome and Northern Italy are also drawn here. On the way back to Rome you can consider another stop in Capalbio, a charming medieval town, very lively all year round.
Your English speaking driver will welcome you in Rome Hotel for your private Outlet Shopping experience. Make your day of outlet shopping just perfect by taking one of our convenient and worry- free transfers. We’ll pick you up, wait while you shop, and take you back to your cruise ship in Livorno; all you’ll have to think about are the bargains! The tour takes you to the outlets of the most prestigious designer labels in Italian Fashion. The outlet will allow you to buy with solid 30% to 50% discounts. Gucci and Prada – Outlets shopping tour: where you can find prestigious high fashion companies including: Gucci – Giorgio Armani – Ferragamo – Y.S. Laurent – Ungaro – Zegna – Bottega Veneta – Sergio Rossi. The pleasant Café in the Center offers the chance of a snack (not included).During a comfortable trip on luxury, air-conditioned coaches, you will enjoy the beautiful landscape offered by the Arno Valley, where Masaccio was born. You will find Gucci and Prada at 30% to 50% off the retail price; forget haggling for deals on the Ponte Vecchio. The real bargain hunters head to such designer outlets as Prada and Gucci, which have become a shopper’s paradise. Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Gucci, Armani and Much more!
price from €107.50
On this private tour you will see some enchanting locations, hilltop villages and the atmosphere that makes Tuscany so unique. Siena, in the Tuscan Countryside, is quaint and boasts with so many things to see. From Medieval streets and squares, to it’s Gothic buildings that still preserve an interesting charm. Visit the Gothic cathedral and Torre Del Mangia and other unique sites. Although, Piazza Del Campo is probably the most famous spot in town, as its the place where the World famous “Palio Horse Race” is held. The Century long traditions are very important! After the visit, we’ll proceed to San Gimignano This Town has so many interesting features you wouldn’t want to miss like the Towers, the “Duomo” or Collegiate Church, the “Palazzo Del Popolo”, the town hall, S. Agostino Church, the Museum of Holy Relics, and the infamous Museum of Torture. And of course, San Gimignano is known World wide for the famous productions of “Vernaccia” wine. Why not stop in a local restaurant for a delicious meal to pair with exquisite local wine? Your driver will be happy to recommend a perfect place. At the end of this interesting and relaxing day you will enjoy a pleasant journey back to Rome.
When in Rome, you don't want to miss out on the opportunity of visiting as much as possible of the surroundings. There is so much to do and see! Also, Rome is in the perfect strategic point to travel to other regions in a day! Take Tuscany, for example. A neighboring region with a ton of things to offer. For this activity we are happy to arrange a private tour on a day trip from your Rome location, to visit Pisa and Florence. If you'd love to see these cities in Tuscany but you don't know how to reach them, you can cross them off your bucket list! One of our professional tour drivers will welcome you in any requested locations of yours, in Rome. You will then head to the country, on one of our luxury vehicles, a spacious Mercedes V Class Limovan or a Sedan, for a more intimate experience. Driving on the Highway of the Sun, l'Autostrada del Sole, as it's called here in Italy (a highway that travels across Italy from North to South) you will get to learn more about the locations you'll visit, thanks to the knowledge and funny anecdotes of your personal tour driver. Drive along different sceneries, cypress hills, sunflower fields, vineyards, olive tree groves, quarries and windmills. Pisa, one of the 4 Italian Maritime Republics Being it nestled on the coasts of the Tyrrenian seas, it was once a prominent Maritime Republic, along side Amalfi, Genova, and Venice. Now it is a quaint little city really, easy going living is a priority here. It hosts one of the most important universities in Italy, one of which was founded by Napoleon in the 1800s, La Normale di Pisa. This city is marvelous. An emblem of Italian art and literature all over the world. And architecture obviously. The high points of Pisa in fact, are not only the artistic and literary aspects. But its buildings too. Everything from Middle Ages, Renaissance with a hint of Gothic, Pisa boasts with beautiful architectures. Take the Leaning Tower, for example. A bell tower that is an architectural digest finished in 1372. Which is part of a 3 building complex dislocated and overlooking Piazza dei Miracoli, adorned with immaculate green fields, along side the Cathedral of Pisa and the Baptistry. Florence, the Noble Town (Città Nobile as Dante depicted it) Once in Florence your tour driver will make all the suggestions on what to do first, what to see, where to go. You will reach Porta Romana, a street where your tour driver will stay while you enjoy touring the city. Then off for a great time in Firenze! You can visit the famous Saint Mark's Square, where the Academy of the Fine arts are located. Galleria dell'Accademia, or Accademia Gallery is definitely a MUST SEE. It hosts several paintings, sculptures and artworks from so many artists in Renaissance times, like Allori, Pontormo and Michelangelo. Speaking of which, among other impressive masterpieces, make sure to see the David, one of Michelangelo's finest works. Walking through Via Ricasoli you can "stumble upon" Saint Mary of the Flower, the Florentine Cathedral. You can't really miss it. Literally! This church is Europe's third Largest Cathedral. With a dome created by Brunelleschi in the 15th Century and the naves on the inside beautifully decorated with Giorgio Vasari's paintings of the last judgement scene of Heaven and Hell. Another Mandatory stop is Piazza della Signoria Beautifully decorated with magnificent statues from Giambologna, Benevenuto Cellini, Bartolomeo Ammanti and Pio Fede. While you are here in the square, make sure to admire the Loggia dei Lanci, another selection by a multitude of artists are hosted here, from Statues to artwork. But you can't visit Florence without a stop to view the Old Bridge, il Ponte Vecchio. A promenade, really, that crosses the Arno river. A bridge that seems so fragile and precarious, with buildings swinging on top of it, it seems. But this bridge is stronger than it looks! It was built in a different time, the 14th century, it is incredibly sturdy. Even if not enough to house families and homes. That's why the buildings on Ponte Vecchio host workshops and boutiques today, some of which owned by Florence' most important jewelers. When in Florence you can also see the Giotto bell tower, the Baptistery, Palazzo Vecchio and S. Lorenzo district, famous for its leather market. At lunch we highly recommend a meal in one of the Taverns in the city, where locals usually go. Because, let's face it: who, better than the locals, know where the best spots are to eat a good meal? You can sample some local delicacies, that are not so delicate but oh so tasty and delightful. Pici all'Aglione are strongly recommended, a pasta dish with a tomato sauce spiced with a particular variety of garlic that doesn't grow anywhere else in the world. Or The Fiorentina, the famous steak. A ton of meat for just one person, so come with an appetite or you'll end up splitting your steak with three other people (just joking, of course. But it is big) After Florence, you'll enjoy a nice gentle ride in the countryside, all the way back to your location in Rome.
price from €162.50
Your first stop is Montalcino, world famous for the infinite selections of Art, history and curiosities. And renowned for one of the finest red wines of Italy, the “Brunello Di Montalcino”. You will visit a winery and vineyard of one of the Brunello Di Montalcino producers. Have lunch in a typical Tavern, not far from the winery. Try the local culinary delicacies along with the finest wine! Speaking of food and wine, your next location is Pienza Another beautiful town in Tuscany, a hilltop village famous for its architectures, but also for the excellent sheep’s milk cheese, called pecorino. Stroll around this beautiful town where there are many charming, little shops that sell Pecorino cheese and other local treats. *UPON REQUEST, For the ultimate experience, you can visit Montepulciano as well. The must see locations in Montepulciano are the Duomo, Palazzo Piccolomini, and Palazzo Comunale. The town so unique and rustic, but it’s also famous for the renowned wine, “Vino nobile di Montepulciano”. *Upon request, before leaving Montepulciano we can organize a visit in one of the famous local wineries. Tour the vineyards and enjoy a detailed and interesting tour of the beautiful cellars. Above all, you will be able to enjoy a tasting of local wines! At the end of this trip you’ll return to Rome, with good memories of a day spent in Tuscany. To top it off, a bottle of “Vino nobile di Montepulciano” to bring home or enjoy during your stay in Italy. With compliments of Discovery Guided Tours
Your private tour driver will welcome you at your hotel in Rome, for your wonderful day tour of Southern regions of Italy. Visit Monte Cassino and Caserta. Take your time to get a taste of what these beautiful locations have to offer. Cassino, known for its famous Abbey founded in 529 AD, one of Europe’s oldest, by St. Benedict. The monastery located high above the town of Cassino, a top Monte Cassino, has been destroyed and rebuilt a total of 4 times during its 1500 year history -the last time following a massive World War II bombing. Today, you will find it returned, more than ever, to its ancient greatness. The Monte Cassino Monastery is home to brilliant works of art and houses rare books in its library, archives and museum, which the Benedictine monks will proudly show you when visiting. Caserta is on our to Naples; we will stop at the Caserta Palace, the so-called “Versailles” of Italy. It was built by King Charles, the Borbon, in the 18th century to give his Kingdom of Naples a new and fortified capital from naval invasions and similar military offensives. You will be astounded by the immensity of the palace’s 1,200 rooms, packed with precious artwork, as well as the property’s 5 hectares of carefully manicured gardens, 75m high waterfall, and numerous marble fountains. Your English-speaking tour driver will suggest to you some local restaurants for lunch in the area. In the afternoon, you can explore some of the local highlights. After, we will drive back to Rome.
Your tour driver will welcome you at your requested location in Rome. You will head for the beautiful Tuscan Countryside, driving through the gentle hills and beautiful sceneries. You’ll visit Saturnia today. One of the most amazing spa resorts in Italy located in the most beautiful and uncontaminated Maremma, Tuscany. The village of Saturnia is famous worldwide for its unique hot springs and thermal baths. There are two outdoor waterfalls, the Cascate del Mulino and Cascate del Gorello. Visit the Thermal sites in this incredible atmosphere Cascate del Mulino are probably the most famous natural springs in Tuscany. The hot springs of crystal light-blue water flow into dozens of steaming white limestone pools, and are known for their therapeutic and relaxing properties. Your vehicle & tour driver will remain at your disposal for the entire day if you wish to just enjoy a relaxing day in the natural hot springs of Saturnia. Time permitting, on the way back there’s the possibility to stop in Manciano. A pretty hilltop town in the Maremma area of Tuscany. Where you can enjoy the outstanding views of the hill side.
price from €93.50
What a way to discover Italy.
For when you are in Rome, we have thought of the perfect Day trips for you. From our personal experience we were able to create private tours so that our guests can enjoy these local, authentic activities. With leisure, of course…after all, that is our specialty!
Let our tour drivers take you for a magical tour, from your Hotel in Rome. Day tours from Rome to Tuscany, Umbria, Campania and More!
With these tours, we offer the opportunity to learn about the local culture and traditions and just enjoy the picture-perfect venues. With our fun and entertaining tour drivers, and luxury transportation, you will drive through some of the most beautiful sceneries in the World.
Each activity tailored to your needs, to satisfy all your requests!