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Etruscan Necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia (Necropoli Etrusche di Cerveteri e Tarquinia)
Etruscan Necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia (Necropoli Etrusche di Cerveteri e Tarquinia)

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When we think of ancient civilizations, more often than not we think of Rome. Yet before the Romans, there were the Etruscans who lived in west Italy from the 9th century onward. Their necropolises, or burial grounds, represent much of what we know about not only Etruscan culture but also burial practices from that ancient time.

Depictions of daily life can be found on frescoed walls, and many of the necropolises resemble Etruscan homes. The necropolis of Cerveteri alone has thousands of tomb structures which are arranged as if a small city. It can be navigated in largely the same manner, with paths, city squares, and even distinct neighborhoods.

The nearby Tarquinia necropolis has more than 6,000 tombs carved into rock. Interestingly, these tombs built for death are one of the greatest keys we have to understand how the Etruscans lived. Many of them are the only existing structure of their kind.

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Castles and Lakes with Driver Private Shore Excursion for Cruisers

Castles and Lakes with Driver Private Shore Excursion for Cruisers

The Roman countryside is one of the most beautiful, relaxing and peaceful areas of the surrounding area of Rome, and oftentimes underrated by the average tourist, but often sought after by discerning visitors seeking off the tourist beaten path treasures. On this private shore excursion from Civitavecchia you'll be taken by surprise because of the unspoiled countryside that you will enjoy as you travel to Bracciano to visit the famous Renaissance Castle and admire its pristine Lake Bracciano, experience a culinary delight inside the ancient Medieval hilltop fortress of Ceri, and then explore the ancient and mysterious Etruscan civilization inside the Banditaccia Necropolis in Cerverteri. This is as Tour By Car with only an English Speaking Driver (it does NOT include Tour Guides or Walking Tours). Italian laws permits only licensed tour guides to accompany guests on foot to sightsee. To comply with these strict laws, Driver will wait for you with the vehicle while you SELF TOUR.
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Ostia Antica and Cervetri with Driver Private Tour from your Hotel in Rome

Ostia Antica and Cervetri with Driver Private Tour from your Hotel in Rome

Not too far from the Eternal City midst, the tranquil countryside of Rome lay the last vestiges of Ancient RomeÔÇÖs and EtruriaÔÇÖs greatness: Ostia Antica and the Banditaccia Necropolis in Cerveteri. On our Ostia Antica and Cerveteri tour you will spend the first half of the day exploring the beautifully preserved 2nd century ruins of the once-thriving Ancient Roman city of Ostia Antica, and afterwards, walk among the sacred tombs of the mysterious Etruscans who ruled central Italy for centuries as the most advanced civilization west of the Mediterranean until overtaken by the invincible Romans. And with so many stunning medieval towns crowning LazioÔÇÖs hilltops as well, it is only fitting that we visit one for lunch!
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The Etruscan Necropolis & Rome Countryside from the port of Civitavecchia (10h)

The Etruscan Necropolis & Rome Countryside from the port of Civitavecchia (10h)

When you're in port in Civitavecchia, consider a day trip to Etruscan ruins instead of going into busy Rome. This tour takes you to nearby villages where you can see the remains of this ancient civilization that influenced and was then absorbed by the Roman empire. You'll have the chance to enter underground tombs and admire carvings and paintings.
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Self-guided all-day trip from Rome: Ancient Etruscan Necropolis of Tuscia

Self-guided all-day trip from Rome: Ancient Etruscan Necropolis of Tuscia

Leave bustling Rome behind for the day and immerse yourself in the almost-vanished world of the Etruscans, a pre-Roman people who inhabited a swath of central Italy just north of Rome called Tuscia. After getting picked up at your hotel, head to Tarquinia, a town northeast of Rome that boasts a large amount of fascinating Etruscan-era fresco-filled underground tombs. Explore the necropolis and then head to Cerveteri where you'll wander around a millennia-old necropolis inside a burial mound that is still crammed with ancient Etruscan artifacts. Learn about the history and culture of the Etruscans from the guide and head back to Rome with the knowledge and appreciation of a people historically important to Italy.
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Tarquinia&Cerveteri private day trip from Rome

Tarquinia&Cerveteri private day trip from Rome

The most striking aspect of Tarquinia is undoubtedly the legacy left by the Etruscans. The Necropolis of Monterozzi (the highlight of your visit) dates back around 3000 years and has about 200 painted tombs.Visiting the Necropolis of Tarquinia (inserted onto the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2004, ) is beyond doubt the best way to get to know the magnitude and at the same time the artistic refinement of the Etruscan people. Not less interesting, to learn about the Etruscans, is The Necropoli della Banditaccia, in Cerveteri which has been declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site together with the necropolis in Tarquinia. It covers an area of 400 hectares (990 acres), of which 10 hectares (25 acres) can be visited, encompassing a total of about 1,000 tombs often housed in characteristic mounds. It is the largest ancient necropolis in the Mediterranean area.
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Day trip from Rome: The Etruscan heritage: Tarquinia&Cerveteri - private tour

Day trip from Rome: The Etruscan heritage: Tarquinia&Cerveteri - private tour

Enjoy your private trip from Rome with your English speaking driver and meet your guide directly on spot, ready to visit the Etruscan necropolis of Cerveteri and Tarquinia : this locations have been a unique UNESCO sites since 2004, mirable examples of funerary architecture and reproduction of inhabited centers and Etruscan houses. The frescoes inside the tombs, in fact, faithfully reproduce daily life, while the mounds follow the types of buildings that have unfortunately disappeared without leaving evidence in any other form than the funeral one. A stop for lunch is included during the day ( fees at your own expense )
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  • 9 hours
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Best Of Civitavecchia Shore Tour: Best Of Rome And Cerveteri Ruins - Cruise Tour

Best Of Civitavecchia Shore Tour: Best Of Rome And Cerveteri Ruins - Cruise Tour

THE TOUR ITS AN UNIQUE EXPERIENCE TO COMBINE TOGHETER THE VISIT OF THE MOST FAMOUS ETRUSCIAN ARCAEOLOGICAL SITE AND THE BEST OF ROME.
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Cerveteri - The Etruscan Necropolis Private Tour from Rome

Cerveteri - The Etruscan Necropolis Private Tour from Rome

Cerveteri, an ancient city formerly known as Caere, lies between the Lago di Bracciano and the Tyrrhenian Sea near Ladispoli. The city dates back to the middle of the 9th century BC during which the Etruscans were the most prosperous and developed civilization within Italy; indeed, they had profound influence on Roman civilization and were merged in the 1st century BC. Cerveteri is famous for its Etruscan necropoli which are on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The Necropoli della Banditaccia is an expansive area comprised of Etruscan funeral mounds that house one or more tombs within them. The tombs date from the 8th century BC to the 2nd century BC and are a tangible example of ancient burial practices.
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Etruscan area Ceri and Cerveteri full day from Rome

Etruscan area Ceri and Cerveteri full day from Rome

CERVETERI AND CERI Proceeding with the project started with the Archeological Museum of Cerveteri, also the necropolis was provided with innovative multimedia itinerary. Inside the eight graves, multimedia setup has been installed. Thanks to audiovisual animations, they reproduce how the environment must have been in the past. The Necropoli counts in addition with a Bookshop, toilet and refreshment areas, with indoors and outdoors tables, where you can stop by for break during your visit. Visiting the interior of the illuminated tombs is a suggestive experience, thanks to which you will get in contact with ancient Etruscans and the mysterious cult of dead. The Necropolis of Banditaccia is absolutely the most extended ancient necropolis of the whole Mediterranean area. A curiosity: it took its name in late nineteenth century, when the fields of the area were announced by public notice to be let by Cerveteri landlords to locals (in Italian, "bandire", thus "Banditaccia.
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