In 271 d.C. the Alemanni invaded Italy, defeating the Roman army in Piacenza and moving forward Rome. The Emperor Aurelian organized an immediate defense strategy and succeeded in defeating the barbarian troops near Pavia.
The threa... [READ ALL]
Todi is a beautiful small town in the province of Perugia.
It rises up on top of a hill a bit higher than 400 metres, overlooking the Tevere valley and stretching over one of the most evocative natural landscapes in Umbria, right in ... [READ ALL]
After meeting at the cathedral entrance, we will visit the Duomo roof.
This is the fourth biggest cathedral in the world and the first in Italy; it is also one of the few whose roofs are actually accessible. From Milan cathedral roof... [READ ALL]
Situated in the heart of Tuscany, MONTEMERANO, is a tiny village of the 12th century surrounded by a town-wall and honoured with “one of the most beautiful village of Italy”. Among strong walls built by Aldobrande... [READ ALL]
Frascati villas and gardens reached their greatest splendor around the second decade of the seventeenth century. In Roman times the Tuscolo hill, with a pleasant climate, had been chosen as a favorite place of Villas and gardens by the m... [READ ALL]
Visit to the civic museum of Albano and to the archeological path towards the Cisternoni, the amphitheater and the museum of the second parthian legion.
According to the tradition the town is on the ancient Albalonga, established by ... [READ ALL]
The Via Appia Antica , ancient Rome's "Queen of Roads," is the reason we say all roads lead to Rome. Engineered in the 5th century B.C., it was the widest and largest road of its time. In its heyday this avenue spanne... [READ ALL]
The Palatine is the most famous of Rome’s seven hills.
In Ancient Rome it was considered one of the most desirable neighborhood in the city, and was the home of aristocrats and emperors.The Palatine was desirab... [READ ALL]
Meet your travel assistant and travelling companions and diparture for Umbria.We will enter Spello,village situated in the Umbria region,walking through the main ancient entrance to the city, and continue on to the Collegiata di Sant... [READ ALL]
A journey in the Italian Renaissance with an interesting Renaissance Pottery Laboratory: we will spend the day in the heart of the ancient Duchy of Castro established by Pope Paul III Farnese.
Being easy, entertaining and rewarding, th... [READ ALL]
During the visit of Trastevere, with its historical alleys and the secret piazzette (small squares) you will see the ancient beauty and the most genuine essence of Rome; perhaps the one mostly lived by Romans themselves. In spite of its ... [READ ALL]
The itinerary begins at the legendary fountain of the Four Rivers in Piazza Navona and continues walking through the most famous squares of the city: Piazza della Rotonda, Trevi’s Fountain, Spanish steps and its “Barcac... [READ ALL]