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Private Excursion to Tarquinia and Tuscana

Tour of Tuscania and Tarquinia
Tour time: 7 – 9 hours.
Discover: Rome & Its Outskirts..
Features: Private Guided Excursion
Pick Up Locations: Civitavecchia Sea Port, Hotel, Rome Airports.

For most visitors on a Rome tour it is almost impossible to even imagine that they would not make a small detour towards the ancient towns of Tarquinia and Tuscania, given their historical prominence. With All Around Italy you will clearly be able to make the most of this private tour of Rome seeing so many different prominent attractions all along the way. In Tarquinia for your Rome private tour you would cherish the site of the Etruscan necropolises that include as many as 6000 different tombs of which 200 have a variety of wall paintings. On this guided tour of Rome you would particularly enjoy visiting the Necropolis of Monterozzi which has numerous tombs with chambers.

While on your private guided tour of Rome in Tarquinia, you would also be able to see the remains of the Ara della Regina or the Altar of the Queen temple which dates back many, many centuries to either the 3rd or the 4th century BC. The attractions at Tarquinia clearly do not end there since a must see inclusion to your tour of Rome would include the Renaissance era Palazzo Vitelleschi or Vitelleschi Palace which houses the National Museum of Tarquinia within its precincts containing numerous archaeological findings from an era long gone by. The same can indeed be said about all private Rome tour guides to Tuscania since this is a town which in turn has such a large variety of attractions on offer. Kick starting your tour to Rome would be the Church of Saint Peter or San Pietro as it is locally known, dating back from the 8th century AD. The Tower of Lavello is another wonderful sight in Tuscania as is the Etruscan Museum which contains a variety of sarcophagi from tombs in the vicinity. In the same breath, a trip to Tuscania would be rendered incomplete without seeing the Fontana delle Sette Cannelle, a classic fountain from the ancient Medieval ages.

Finally, like in Tarquinia, in Tuscania too you would be able to see Etruscan necropolises especially that of Pian di Mola as well as the Tomb of the Queen. Given the vivid sights that you could view while in Tarquinia and Tuscania we would urge you to go ahead and fill up the form below for a customized FREE QUOTE on a Rome private tour guide of these places!

Five Reasons Why You Can Not Miss Tuscania

Tuscania is easily one of the most sought after destinations not only within Italy but indeed around the world. Visitors from all over the globe tread in, in large numbers to visit the place. So what is it that makes Tuscania so special? Well, in this article, we will offer you 5 reasons why you cannot miss Tuscania under any circumstances – and indeed what makes any and every Tuscania tour ever so special.

It contains the Church of Saint Peter:
One of the biggest draws by far of Tuscania is the Church of Saint Peter which in itself draws hundreds and thousands of visitors to the town. With its unique Lombard-Romanesque architectural style, the Church of Saint Peter leaves many visitors in complete awe of its exquisite beauty.

It has the Etruscan Museum:
Yet another reason for which you should not miss Tuscania is the fact that it has the Etruscan Museum which again is an absolute visual spectacle along the lines of the Church of Saint Peter. This museum holds sarcophagi from tombs in the vicinity while also holding a variety of other objects which together accentuate the attraction quotient of the museum manifold.

It houses the Tower of Lavello:
The Tower of Lavello makes Tuscania that much more irresistible to viewers since it is unique in design and also has a lot which visitors can make themselves privy to, over the course of their visit to Tuscania.

It contains the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore:
One of the most beautiful churches that you are likely to come across in this part of Italy, the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore is clearly a must visit while doing a tour of Tuscania. One of its biggest attractions is the three finely decorated portals which adorn the frontal facade. Moreover, the entrance has immaculate free standing columns which are reminiscent of structures in Jerusalem such as the Temple of Solomon.

Its proximity to Rome:
A final reason for which we highly recommend that you cannot – and should not miss Tuscania is because it is so close to Rome. And Rome is anyway a city which you will almost certainly visit on your guided tour of Italy. So why not make the most of your trip and take a Rome tour which includes going to Tuscania as well.

For a FREE quote on your customized private guided tour of Tuscania simply fill up the form below and we will take care of the rest!