Enjoy a 2 hour guided walking tour of the city of Pisa, exploring the major attractions but also getting to see some of the sites that are off the beaten track and popular with locals. This walking tour will introduce you to the real City of Pisa – right up to and beyond the iconic Leaning Tower. The itineary is absolutely even, wheelchair accessible and the walking is at leisurely pace. This is a unique experience to enjoy this unpretentious university city where you will have the opportunity to learn about the history and the monuments but also about every day life of a small and lively Medieval Tuscan town. You will see the City from a different angle – discover hidden lanes, photograph the city from unusual places, see the Leaning Tower and other famous monuments. The tour starts from the fountain in front of the railway station and ends at the momumental complex of the Cathedral and Leaning Tower where, after a general introduction about the history of the complex, you will continue your day in Pisa exploring the area on your own.
Erice rises on top of Mount San Giuliano overlooking Trapani, the valley and the sea. An ancient city (first Phoenician then Greek) and renowned religious center of the past, is a quiet town set at 750 m altitude, which collects in its walls a maze of cobbled streets populated by craftsmen's shops, the Cathedral of the Matrix, the typical Piazzetta, the many churches, the Castle, the Balio Gardens.
In only one day you will visit the two highlights of Campania Region: experience the shocking views of the Amalfi Coast stops with the possibility to take many pictures and to enjoy one of the most beautiful landscapes that change in colour everyday of the year. You will see the overhanging shore that characterize the Italian idea of panorama. After that you will have the chance to plunge into the ancient Roman city of Pompeii frozen by the 79 A.D. Vulcano’s eruption visiting the highlights of the thermal baths, the large theater, the Basilica and the Macellum and the famous House of Faun. Our guide will help you in learning many interesting clues during your visit explaining the most interesting places of this ancient commercial city.
An interesting and fascinating tour. It is the only place in the world that gives you the opportunity to visit an ancient roman town and drive you to the top of the volcano that destroyed the town nearly two thousand years ago and yet rendered it eternal. The visitors will experience, as if they had a time machine, how those ancient Romans lived and admire the level of civic progress and artistic skills they had reached so many years ago. After the fall of the Roman Empire such levels of progress were only reached in the 17th and 18th century. The route that will take you to the top of mount Vesuvius goes through a National Park of unusual beauty. Pine forests and lush woods, brooms by the bright yellow flowers and an uncanny volcanic landscape. A most spectacular drive with amazing views of the bay of Naples.
A complete walking tour to discover Naples. Choose the formula you like: -Group of 54 people maximum -Group of 16 people -Group Vip 8 people The day at the discovery of Naples will begin with the encounter of the tourist lift near the Fontana del Nettuno in Piazza Municipio, to begin the visit of the ancient Greek and the underground Roman excavations. After lunch you can also admire the view of the medieval castle of Anjou and one of the best neoclassical theaters in the world, the San Carlo Theater. In front of the San Carlo theater you will enter the Liberty style shopping mall known as Galleria Umberto I and the historic location of Via Toledo and Piazza Plebiscito.
You will have the opportunity to perform artistic activities and local crafts (painting workshop on canvas or on paper - stone or tile painting workshop - 3D painting workshop on different kinds of supports - creative artistic workshop with small objects - artistic ceramic workshop with clay and its cooking). Spaces between the different painting techniques. The material will be supplied on site and the final item that you have made will be able to take it with you at no additional cost. Halfway through the day you will taste the -Peasant's lunch-, based on typical local products. Immediately after lunch you will undertake the naturalistic path between the local fauna and flora, with the opportunity to interact with the animals on site, including owls, barn owls, hawks, buzzards and ... ..Abel, a beautiful golden eagle.
An easy, fast, fun and interesting way to discover the real Pisa. Our walking tour includes the most important monuments and tourist attractions of the city. We offer personal attention (we only take 6 persons per tour) at a very affordable price.
Discover Montepulciano and the deep, century-old bond forged between the town and its wine. Visit the dense network of underground cellars dug into the tuff. Savour the renowned Rosso di Montepulciano DOC and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG directly inside the historical cellars, where the wine -rests- in huge oak barrels.
A guided walking tour to find out Lecce and its artistic beauties and its more typical flavors. You will remain enchanted visiting the historical center streets with the amazing buildings and the wonderful monuments.
Guided tour in the area of ??the Phoenician-Punic Necropolis of Tuvixeddu, the largest in the Mediterranean. At the end you can taste the -archeo-dishes- offered by the modern Osteria RICERCATO, like the -Puls Punica-, spelled polenta with goat cheese and lentisk oil, or -In Ovis Apalis-, boiled egg with sweet and sour sauce a almond base.
An itinerary to discover the places linked to the Spanish Inquisition in Cagliari. We will visit the ancient historic districts of Castello, Villanova and Stampace to tell the stories related to brutal crimes, tortures, stakes and intrigues that had as a backdrop the Cagliari of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. SOME ANTICIPATION .... The Spanish Inquisition arrived in Sardinia in 1492 and for over two centuries it raged on the population without distinction of class, titles or gender. Cagliari hosted the official seat of the court of the Sant'Uffizio until 1565, when this, for strategic reasons, was transferred to Sassari. The task of investigating heretics - and witches in particular - belonged to the bishops, often ruthless and unscrupulous men, easily corruptible and often involved in subtle games of power. In Sardinia the Inquisition tortured and condemned hundreds of witches, relying mainly on fear and popular superstition that began to use them as a scapegoat for the evils of the time. Innocue practitioners of ancient agrarian cults, profound experts of folk medicine and of the beneficial and healing properties of herbs, witches became wicked women in the collective imagination, ready to ensnare men and feed on the blood of children ...