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Jonathon - 6 February 2019
Bella Napoli! Plan a Day Trip from Rome to Naples
Did you know that in just over an hour by train, you could be well on your way to visiting some of the world’s best museums, biting into some of the world’s best pizza, and diving into a cultural world unlike any other in Italy? Bella Napoli – Naples, as it’s known state-side – is […]
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Jonathon - 21 December 2018
Visiting Etruscan Burial Mounds: Day Trip to Cerveteri
Before the Ancient Roman Empire, the Etruscan civilization was the most prominent and civilized on the Italian peninsula. The current city of Cerveteri is much smaller than the original city established by the Etruscans, called Caere. The population of Caere is estimated to have reached 25,000 – 40,000 making it one of the most important cities […]
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Jonathon - 25 September 2018
Day Trip to the Dying City: Civita di Bagnoregio
Known as the “Dying City” (la città che muore) Civita di Bagnoregio is a testament of nature vs. man, as the land surrounding the charming borgo slowly erodes, risking total and inevitable destruction. Founded by the Etruscans over 2,500 years ago, Civita di Bagnoregio has seen a resurgence of tourism since it received worldwide attention for it’s […]
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Jonathon - 28 March 2017
Ostia Antica: A Day Trip to Rome’s Ancient Seaside Port City
Ostia Antica is likely Rome’s most missed and undervalued site by tourists visiting the city. Easily reached by the local train in just 25 minutes from the Piramide metro station (Ostiense train station), Ostia Antica enchants the imagination of ancient Roman life. The port city was founded in 620 B.C. with both Republic and Empirical […]
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Jonathon - 25 November 2016
Day Trip from Rome to Pompeii and Herculaneum
A Roman vacation is not complete without a day trip from Rome to visit the historic sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum. The cities were destroyed in the 79 A.D. eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. Now you can freely explore the excavated sites for a window onto life during the Ancient Roman Empire. About 2 hours from Rome […]