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Full-Day Private Tour to Saturnia Bath and Montemerano Village From Rome
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Full-Day Private Tour to Saturnia Bath and Montemerano Village From Rome

In this tour, you will have a different experience when you get the chance to swim in Saturnia Bath and visiting one of the most beautiful cities in Italy Pitigliano The region surrounding Pitigliano is typical of the Maremma and the territory ranges from the border with the Lazio region up to the Volsini mountain range, a typical tuff area. The city, in fact, borders to the north with the municipality of Sorano, to the south-east with the Lazio region and, in particular, with the municipalities of Farnese, Ischia di Castro, Latera, and Valentano, while to the west we find the town of Manciano.
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Stephanie C wrote a review Sep 2019
Bath, United Kingdom8 contributions6 helpful votes
Stay in Sovana at Sovana hotel and resort and go to sorano for vie cave walk. Visit Saturnia therme and Mulino cascate too. Oh, on second thoughts, don't bother. Dont want everywhere packed when we return for lovely stay.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Yvonne O wrote a review May 2019
The Netherlands435 contributions128 helpful votes
These pathways are awe-inspiring. Not only a beautiful walk, but amazing to think of the history behind the making of these walkways. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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momelise wrote a review Mar 2019
Tifton, Georgia85 contributions68 helpful votes
We walked portions of the Via di cave, but we went with Raphaela, a local guide who grew up in the area. I enjoy walking in the woods anyway, and the added allure of an ancient road, Etruscan and perhaps pre-Etruscan was plenty to interest me. You are on an ancient procession on these roads, one more traveller. You don't know what you will see on either side-- woods, grape vines just pruned, a flock of geese, sculpture standing without explanation, in the middle of a field. You don't know. We saw all of these things, and with Raphaela we always stayed on the road. There are Etruscan tombs, but also the plants and geology travellers would have seen 2,000 years ago or more. It is an immersive experience. I did enjoy it and recommend it.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Travellingesther wrote a review Jan 2019
Lubeck, Germany230 contributions135 helpful votes
Nobody knows, what they were ... what they were used for ... and that's their asset. Just assign any function you want - nobody will be able to correct you.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Alec D wrote a review Oct 2018
Seattle, Washington2,753 contributions4,694 helpful votes
Interesting and beautiful hike. Walking on this Etruscan paths/road will really give you a sense of how old this area is. It's not a hard hike but it does have a fare amount of vertical
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Date of experience: September 2018
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