Excursion to the blessed town of Umbria, where the "striped" Cathedral is located – the most significant piece of architecture of the Roman-Gothic style in Europe. Here you will also find a Well of St. Patrick, which you can explore by walking down the stairs breaking depth slightly less than a hundred meters. The Necropolis of The Crucifixion, built of tuff in the III Century AC. The underground caves that treasure many secrets, and much more...


During the tour you will see all the major sights of Rome, which once were visited by the legendary heroine of the film "Roman Holiday" – Princess Anne. You will visit not only the most important monuments, but also those inconspicuous tough no less significant areas and locations to appreciate Rome in a new way...


D’Este is one of the most famous villas which belong to World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. The ensemble is dedicated to two Greek heroes: Hercules - the patron of Tivoli and of the house of d'Este, and Hippolyte – the namesake of Cardinal. The park of the complex is praised to be the most beautiful park in Europe.  It has more than a hundred of fountains maintained by waters of the Aniene River, which are specifically brought to a maintaining tank...


This palace complex was the largest king residence built in European territory, only The Forbidden City of Beijing could compete with it. It’s here the Emperor Nero brought to life his unreal fantasies and oddest ideas, here was his personal world, the secret abode of muses and gods...


In its heyday Ostia was greater than Pompeii, being a major harbor and holding an essential value in trading. The city was a truly large center of goddess’ Cybele cult. Up to now here has remained a sacred meteorite that was worshiped by priests. Also in this ancient city there is a temple of the god Pan with the eerie goat-footed statues guarding the entrance of it...


In 1518 Cardinal de 'Medici decided to build a countryside villa. The architect of the project was Raphael, best known as an artist at the time. The stately palace built under his guide had an open-air theater, amazing mini-courtyards with gardens, cascading steps and terraces leading down to the Tiber... 


The highest man-made waterfall in the world was established by the Romans in the 2nd century BC. Amazing cascades burst out by a schedule only a few hours a day. A few kilometers from the park there is the town of Terni with its ancient Roman amphitheater Fausto, the church of San Salvatore and a symbol of the city and its aspirations for the future – Palazzo Vecchio Comunale... 


The main attraction in Caprarola is the Farnese Palace, which by fortune is the namesake of the building of the French Embassy in Rome. Based on the initial "fortress-like" drawings, the building got its pentagonal layout and became one of the finest examples of late Renaissance architecture with prominent features of Mannerism...


We present you a tour of Nemi – the city of flowers and wild strawberries and a tour of Pope’s summer residence– the city of Castel Gandolfo. Both excursions finish by tasting the amazing local delicacies - wild boar sausage, cheese with truffles, young wine, liqueurs and sweets with wild strawberries. The tour smoothly turns into lunch in a typical restaurant in Ariccia, famous for its hot porchetta...


At the time the whole city was filled with magical and symbolic conceptions. The entire land of Etruria was all magic. The peculiarity of the plateau where the ancient Etruscan settlement was based is an approximate orientation to the cardinal directions, as Etruscans conceived the model of the universe as a perfect square, oriented to the cardinal points...


You will see the 17th Century medieval castle, located on Lake Bracciano - one of the largest in the Lazio region. The lake was formed in the giant crater of an extinct volcano and the depth of it is a little less than two hundred meters. Also you will visit Cerveteri, the city known around the world for its Etruscan necropolis, and added by UNESCO to the list of World Cultural Heritage...


Rome is noble not only for Vatican City State and the St. Peter's Basilica. Rome is a home of more than 500 basilicas and cathedrals, the most majestic of which you will see during this tour. Along with visiting the major basilicas, cathedrals and churches, you are welcome to discover over 67 underground catacombs carved into volcanic tuff. Some of them are famous for their Early Christian paintings...


The Villa was built in the 16th century by Orsini Vichchino, influenced by “Hypnerotomachia Polyphemus” – the most significant book of the time. It was created as a monument of love and the search for the meaning of life. Centuries later it was dubbed by public as a "Monster Park" and believed to be a mysterious enchanted place inhabited by huge monsters carved out of tufa and mythical creatures coming to life at night...


Today Rome reveals its secrets for the younger generation. This program is called Rome for Kids because along with the magnificent sights that fascinate visitors of all ages, we also offer you to visit special places in Rome, which are the best for a trip with children. Here you can discover a unique Zoo of Rome, Zoomarine Water Park and Zoomarine amusement park...