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Orvieto: Pozzo della Cava Entry Ticket

Orvieto: Pozzo della Cava Entry Ticket

Visiting this centuries-old well in Orvieto will open up the history of the ancient inhabitants' ways of life, from their Etruscan beginnings, through the Middle Ages, to the Renaissance and beyond. The underground cave complex consists of nine caverns for you to explore. You’ll find countless Etruscan, medieval, and Renaissance artifacts preserved by the underground complex running beneath the medieval streets of the Cava neighborhood.  Start at the oldest part of the Pozzo della Cava, with its cistern lined with cocciopesto plaster, where you’ll discover artifacts such as ancient Etruscan burial remains. Next, descend into the hypogeum maze of Urbs Vetus (Orvieto’s medieval name) to discover the intricacies of the houses’ three-story basements.  The final part of the complex displays developments from the Renaissance, when the most recent parts of the Pozzo della Cava were excavated. Marvel at the impressive final cave, which preserves traces of the transformations carried out over a period of twenty-eight centuries.

Assisi: St. Francis Basilica Exclusive Digital Audio Guide

Assisi: St. Francis Basilica Exclusive Digital Audio Guide

Download our informative Exclusive Digital Audio Guide to enrich your visit at Assisi’s most famous site. Discover everything about the Upper and Lower Basilica, the House of the Tomb, as well as the crypt of St. Francis. Learn all about the masterpieces contained within including pieces by Cimabue and Giotto, and frescoes by Giotto. Learn fascinating stories about the façade of the upper Basilica, with its stately portal adorned with double doors and a large rose window framed with symbols of the evangelists that dominate Assisi’s skyline. Interestingly, this façade does not rest on the walls of the lower Basilica and did not suffer any damage as a result of the 1997 earthquake which caused extensive damage inside, destroying artworks by Giotto and Cimabue which have to date been only partially, albeit masterfully, restored. With our Exclusive Digital Audio Guide, you will discover the most fascinating masterpieces Cimabue, Giotto, Pietro Cavallini, Jacopo Torriti were involved with and at a later time also the Sienese painter Simone Martini and Pietro Lorenzetti. Once inside, you will be able to see frescoes by Giotto, considered to be one of the most important painters of the Middle Ages and the inventor of perspective. Please note that the Basilica is free to visit. This experience isn't a ticket entrance, but a digital audio guide so you can learn and appreciate all the masterpieces inside one of the most magnificent Churches in the world.

Assisi: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

Assisi: Old Town Guided Walking Tour

Your journey will stretch along Assisi Old Town. The local guide will make you plunge into Assisi's history by following the steps of personages who made the town famous worldwide: Saint Francis and Saint Clare along with other great personages of history, left marks that all still clearly visible today. Discover how Roman remains blend perfectly with Medieval architectures, as it happens with the facade of the Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva. Sense the powerful sacred aura Assisi is enveloped in, thanks to an intriguing narration.

Assisi: Saint Francis Basilica Guided Tour

Assisi: Saint Francis Basilica Guided Tour

The basilica of St. Francis, completed in 1235, stands on Paradise Hill, from which it dominates the surrounding landscape. Its imposing Gothic-style figure houses the works of some of Italy's greatest painters. Cimabue, Martini, Lorenzetti and Giotto, to name a few, have enriched this place and told the story of St. Francis through their works. This one is more slender, and much light filters through the colorful, historiated stained-glass windows. The contrast with the previous spaces is great and moves from the recollection of faith to the joy and splendor of God's glory. The play of colored light is interwoven with the frescoes that tell the story of the life of St. Francis created by Giotto. All this beauty is narrated and made even more fascinating and understandable by the guide who passionately accompanies the discovery of this authentic gem. The tour ends at the Upper Basilica, in the heart of Assisi. It is then possible to continue visiting the city independently, venturing through its streets and discovering its origins and most significant monuments.

Montefalco: Winery and Vineyard Tour and Private Tasting

Montefalco: Winery and Vineyard Tour and Private Tasting

The tour of the winery includes a visit to the vineyard and the vinification and aging rooms. Selection of 3 wines Trebbiano Spoletino, Montefalco Rosso, Montefalco Sagrantino with extra virgin olive oil bruschetta Be welcomed by a Wine Family! It will be our pleasure to tell you about our company history, the origins of Bocale and the philosophy that guides our daily work in the vineyard and in the cellar. Bocale is a testimony to the artisanal production of high quality wine with respect for the territory, the environment and people. The company started the conversion to organic in 2020 The company covers 10 hectares of which 6 are vineyards and has an average annual production of 40,000 bottles.

Italy/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Italy/Europe: 5G eSim Mobile Data Plan

Make your trip to Italy hassle-free with your convenient eSIM. Stay connected on your travels with high-speed coverage in Italy and another 43 European regions (full list below). Purchase and install your eSIM anytime and anywhere, and choose from a variety of data packages, validity options, and coverage in additional countries. Simply scan the eSIM QR code to access all your essential apps on your trip. Avoid the trouble of managing multiple SIMs with this zero-waste solution. Get one eSIM per device and top up by simply buying and activating additional eSIM plans as you go. Once activated, your coverage will begin according to your selected duration. Most devices released after 2019 are compatible with eSIM (e.g. iPhone XR, XS of models beyond, Google Pixel 4, and beyond). If you are unsure, please check the compatibility guideline photos to confirm eligibility. Network coverage: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (including Cyclades), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Vatican, San Marino, Sardinia), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (including Azores and Madeira), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (including Canary Islands and Balearic Islands), Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and Uzbekistan.

Santa Maria Navarrese: Cala Goloritzè and Mariolu Boat Tour

Santa Maria Navarrese: Cala Goloritzè and Mariolu Boat Tour

The tour includes a visit to the most beautiful beaches of the Costa di Baunei / Gulf of Orosei: • Cala Goloritze (stop at anchor for swimming from the dinghy, about 20 minutes); • Cala Mariolu (stop on the beach of about 1h15 min); • Cala Biriala (stop on the beach about 2h); • Piscine di Venere (stop at anchor for swimming from the dinghy, about 20 min); • Spiaggia dei Gabbiani (beach stop for about 1h 30min); Visit of the coast with entry by rubber dinghy to numerous caves at sea level; not to be missed.

Perugia: Traditional Umbrian Food Guided Walking Tour

Perugia: Traditional Umbrian Food Guided Walking Tour

Welcome to the beautiful city of Perugia, known for its charming medieval architecture and most importantly for its delicious local Umbrian cuisine. Join us on our Walking Food Tour and we will take you on a journey through the city's best food stops. We will try the locally-known Umbrian bread, "torta al testo" which has been a staple in the region for centuries. This sandwich if we can call it that way, will be filled with local delicacies. You'll get to taste Umbrian prosciuttos beautifully paired with local red wine. Pecorino, is also included considering that it its a staple ingredient in many traditional Umbrian dishes. Our third stop is at a traditional trattoria, where you'll get to taste some of the most famous Umbrian dishes. From fresh pasta with local ingredients, this restaurant is sure to delight your taste buds with its authentic Umbrian flavors. Finally, we'll end our tour on a sweet note at a gelateria or a patisserie, where you'll get to taste some of the best gelato in the city. From classic flavors to a pick-me-up coffee! As we walk through the charming streets of Perugia, you'll get to learn about the history and culture of this beautiful city, as well as the traditional foods that have been a part of Umbrian cuisine for centuries. Join us on this tour and discover the true flavors of Perugia.

Guided group tour of Ducal Palace and National Gallery

Guided group tour of Ducal Palace and National Gallery

Enter the court of the Duke of Montefeltro and discover all the beauty inside this important palace: this is the city's main monument and one of the greatest artistic-architectural examples of the Italian Renaissance. It houses the National Gallery of the Marches. One of the major artistic attractions of the entire region, and definitely a must-see gem of the country's Unesco heritages: inside you will find admirable works by the likes of Federico Barocci, Piero della Francesca, but above all by Urbino's best-known artist and among the most important Italian painters, Raphael Sanzio. Come with us to discover all these works with the enthusiasm and knowledge of our guides, to learn every secret of this admirable ducal residence.

Recanati: Orto sul colle dell'infinito Entry Ticket

Recanati: Orto sul colle dell'infinito Entry Ticket

In Recanati, a few steps from the home of Giacomo Leopardi, the Orto sul Colle dell’Infinito is the vegetable garden of an ancient monastery and the site where the poet set his famous poem L’Infinito in 1819. Following a long restoration, it is today possible to stroll around and take a seat in this place. The garden is the last leg of a “guided tour” inside the poem, a tour that invites the visitor, through immersive projections and engaging experiences, to rediscover the meaning of the few short lines, masterpieces of Italian culture.

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Paolo was an excellent guide, not only for his knowledge but also for his enthusiasm and warm personality. We thoroughly enjoyed our tour with him and the 3 hours went very quickly as we marveled at the treasures of Urbino. Highly recommended!

Beautiful tasting and discovery activity of the area. Quality local winery with excellent wines and a passionate and in-depth presentation of the business. Must do if you are in the area!!!!

Excellent tour with a wonderful guide! Make sure you come hungry because you will eat a lot on this tour! Great food, views, and cultural information! Must do in Perugia!

We were so lucky to get a guide like Fuglio. Such a knowledgeable and likable guy. He made our day.

Easy to find the station, nice comfortable bus ride