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Cerveteri Necropolis with Wine Tasting

Highlights
  • Visit the UNESCO–listed Cerveteri Necropolis with ease from Rome
  • Delve into 2,500 years of pre-Roman history
  • Visit a nearby winery and sample Italian cheeses, meats, and wines
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Cerveteri Necropolis with Wine Tasting
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Cerveteri Necropolis with Wine Tasting
US$150.56
Overview
The UNESCO–listed Cerveteri Necropolis is home to a series of Etruscan ruins dating back to pre-Roman times, which shine a light on a civilization lost in time. On this full-day tour, explore the necropolis with your guide and gain insight into its 2,500-year history. Then, sample Italian cheeses, meats, and wines during a winery visit nearby—with round-trip travel from central Rome included.
What to Expect

Departure from Rome towards the beautiful city of Cerveteri, famous for the findings of the Etruschi, an ancient population who settled down in the areas of Tuscany, Umbria and North Lazio and who had influenced the Roman civilization later on. 

We begin our adventure walking together with a local professional guide who will lead us inside the Necropolis, declared UNESCO World Heritage of Humanity. We visit the inside of the tuff excavated graves going back in time for more than 2500 years.

The day continues towards a new emotion by visiting one of the most famous Lazio wineries. It is located in historic castle which was built in the early thirteenthcentury.

After a relaxing stroll among the vineyards, there is a wine tasting session accompanied by typical cut meat, cheese and extra virgin olive oil and a delicious Pasta dish, all proudly “Made in Italy”.

Our experience concludes with the return to Rome, bringing ancient Roman memories and flavors.

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1 - 5 of 8 reviews

Reviewed 13 March 2018
Great Experience

Beautiful trip out to the countryside of Rome. Very enjoyable and to finish up with a meal in a local cellar was fantastic

Thank Cristian P
Andrea G, Owner at Vinebliss Trip, responded to this reviewResponded 14 March 2018

Hi Cristian, Thank you very much for such great review ! Hope you come back and enjoy an other tour. Cheers !

Reviewed 12 March 2018 via mobile
All'avventura

I had an amazing time with my two sisters! It was a great experience for a reasonable price. I will definitely take the tour again!

Thank Valerio R
Reviewed 5 March 2018
Dive into the ancient history of the Etruscans and discover the best wines of the region

I arrived at the meeting place and the tour guide was already there waiting for me and some others. He called the driver of our bus that would take us to Cerveteri and the bus arrived within a couple of minutes. The total ride was...More

Thank Romée V
Andrea G, Owner at Vinebliss Trip, responded to this reviewResponded 6 March 2018

Hi Romée we are especially pleased you enjoyed the tour. Loved showing you around :)

Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile
Etruscan tour

Lazio Food and Winery! I made a present to my cousin, coming to visit us from Piedmont, and she was so excited to discover Roman countryside with a guide at our disposal. He showed us every corner of the winery and told us interesting facts.

Thank Zaira Z
Reviewed 22 February 2018
A special day in the countryside of Rome

It was the first time we booked with Rome Lovetrotter and we was impressed with the patience, flexibility, and expertise of the team. We started our tour in Cerveteri and our tour leader facilitated our entries and touring--and even had a special video presented in...More

Thank FabZ84
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