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Discovering the Etruscans Tour

Stay in the Castle of Santa Severa

Discovering the Etruscans Tour

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Stay in the Castle of Santa Severa

  • Stay in the Castle of Santa Severa

    Luxury Car & Driver

    Expert Private Guide


    Duration: 3 days | 2 nights

  • Castle of Santa Severa & Pyrgi

    Necropolis of Cerveteri

    Necropolis of Tarquinia

    Archaeological Site of Vulci

  • 5 persons: NA
    4 persons: NA
    3 persons: NA
    2 persons: € 4,500
    1 person: € 4,500
    10 persons: NA
    9 persons: NA
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Tour Details

Unraveling the Mysteries of the Etruscans

A Journey Through Time

Introduction: The Etruscan Legacy and Rome's Foundations

Embark on a captivating journey with Roma Experience as we delve into the profound influence of the Etruscans, the indigenous people of Lazio, on the very fabric of Roman civilization. Their contributions, from monumental urban planning feats like the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus to Rome's intricate sewer system, are testimonies to their indelible mark on history.

I. The Ancient City-State: Exploring Vulci

Trade, Temples, and Timeless Tales

Vulci, a significant Etruscan city-state, sprawled across 120 hectares, its life rhythmically flowing with the Fiora river. Renowned for its trade and strategic position, the city witnessed remarkable growth in the 1st century AD. Marvel at the remnants of the Domus del Criptoportico, once home to Caligula's brother-in-law, and uncover the mysteries of the Mithraeum, a testament to the vibrant oriental cults that thrived here.

II. The Treasures of Abbadia Castle

Etruscan Artifacts and the Devil's Bridge

Nestled within the archaeological park of Vulci stands the Abbadia Castle, a repository of exquisite Etruscan artifacts unearthed from ancient tombs. The nearby Devil's Bridge, with its layers of history, showcases the enduring Etruscan influence over the ages.

III. The Grand Necropolis: Banditaccia of Cerveteri

Tombs, Tales, and Timeless Adventures

Step into the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Necropolis of Cerveteri, also known as Banditaccia. Spanning from the 9th century B.C. to the 3rd B.C., this vast burial ground offers a window into the lives of the Etruscans. With its myriad tombs and serene ambiance, you might just feel like an adventurer, reminiscent of Indiana Jones, as you traverse its paths.

IV. A Night of Enchantment: Castle of Santa Severa

From Papal Retreat to Military Base

Conclude your journey with a stay at the mesmerizing Castle of Santa Severa. Built in the 14th century atop the ancient village of Pyrgi, this castle has witnessed the passage of popes seeking solace and German soldiers establishing a base. Recently restored to its former glory, it promises a night of regal relaxation.

An Etruscan Odyssey with Roma Experience

Three days of immersive exploration and relaxation await as you journey through the annals of Etruscan civilization, uncovering secrets, stories, and the soul of a bygone era.


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The Gate of Etruria

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With Wine Tasting in a Princes' Estate

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Exclusive Access Alone in St. Agnes' Catacomb

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