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Half-day Guided tour of Mantua City Centre and Ducal Palace
"Mantua is surrounded by a beautiful environment in which water and earth are unexpectedly interwoven. Settled by the Etruscans the city enjoyed a position of status in the early modern world. 1198 the city optimized the Mincio river creating the so-called 'four lakes'.From the Middle Ages Mantua was ruled by the art-loving Gonzaga dynasty one of Italy's most important patrons of Renaissance art. The Gonzagas long cultivated a court which included some of the most illustrious artists and intellectuals of the 15th and 16th century like Pisanello Mantegna Correggio Giulio Romano
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Gonzaga's Residences Private Walking Tour
"Mantova Palazzo Ducale Walking Tour (2 hours)The Ducal Palace was the official and most significant residence of the Gonzaga Lords during their long rule. The guided tour of the present National Museum of Palazzo Ducale offers the visit of mag complex structures connected by corridors and galleries squares courtyards and several gardens. With more than 500 rooms it’s among the most extensive aristocratic palaces in Europe. It houses masterpieces of the 15th and 16th centuries such as Mantegna’s Bridal Chamber in the Castel of San Giorgio the Hall of King Arthur’s Knights by Pisanello the Isabella d’Este Apartment with its precious cabinetry works in the Old Court Raphael’s complete cycle of woven Flemish tapestries
From EUR110.00
 
Bike Tour and Aperitif in Ascoli Piceno
"The visit consists in an unusual guided bike tour through the typical streets churches (Duomo of Sant Emidio San Francesco San Vincenzo e Anastasio) squares (Piazza del popolo Piazza Arringo Piazza Ventidio basso
From EUR45.00

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Cattedrale San Ciriaco

The cathedral was built in the 11. century above a Temple of Venus which became in the 5. century a small church. Some of the ruins are still visible under the church and ruins of the Roman Forum are...
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Walking

The city center is not very big (but some steep streets) and you can walk allmost everywhere). Coming from the harbor you can take the elevator in the Palazzo degli Anziani to go to the upper town...
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Porto - Harbour

It’s easy to get confused with arches in Italy in general as there are so many of them, ancient romans were the first that systematically started to use them to a wide range of structures although...
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Passetto

The monument is not really far from downtown we have a quick stop and walk around. A stage of rare beauty that includes a stretch of high coast, as well as a wide hilly interior, featuring panoramic...
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Chiesa San Francesco alle Scale

Apart from the cathedral on the left side of the port I noticed another church just over the port. Again I didn’t have time to go near it (it was closed anyway at that time) but at least I took some...
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Day Trip - Grotte di Frasassi

If you look carfully you will see a catwalk and People walking up and you will see how big the stalagmite are some are taller thene 8 meters This chamber is called the Ancona Abyss And the...
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Arch of Trajan - Arco di Traiano

In the year 115, this arch in honour of Roman Emperor Trajan was finished. The triumphal arch is one of many monuments to this emperor found through Italy. It stands on the red brick harbour wall,...
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Roman Amphitheatre - Anfiteatro Romano

Ancona has a Roman Amphitheatre which lies near the cathedral. It dates back to the 1st century AD and is still being excavated. It looks like the amphitheatre has been used for foundations for small...
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"Ancona - Forgotten city on the Adriatic"
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