Sutri - Discover The Roman Amphitheater from Rome

Leave the crowds of the big city and enjoy a nice walk in one of the most beautiful villages in central Italy. Located in the countryside of Lazio Region, Sutri boasts very ancient origins dating back to the Etruscans time, so get ready to explore clear evidence of its past. During this interesting walking tour you will even taste typical products in a local Tavern.

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Duration 6 hours

Multi-language

Multi-languageTour guide

Guide languages:

Italian English

Tour highlights

Tour highlights
  • Sutri (Necropoli Etrusca, Anfiteatro, mitreo)Sutri (Necropoli Etrusca, Anfiteatro, mitreo)
  • Old town (St. Sylvestre church, old Wash Tub)Old town (St. Sylvestre church, old Wash Tub)
  • Local Tavern (tasting of typical local products)Local Tavern (tasting of typical local products)

Meeting point:

Meeting point

GREEN LINE TOURS – Booking Stazione Termini
Via Giovanni Amendola, 32 Roma

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What's included in the price?

Tour description

What's included in the price?

Spend unforgettable moments in the footsteps of the Etruscans, far from the chaos of the Eternal City, deep in the green hills of Lazio countryside. After an hour’s drive north of Rome, along the Via Cassia, you reach the lovely Ancient Town of Sutri, ancient Gate to Southern Etruria. Walking around the Necropolis, one of the best preserved examples of tombs of the Roman time, dating back to the 1st century B.C., through the 3rd century A.D.

Then you enter the amazing Amphitheatre, outstanding and unique, totally excavated in the tufa (local volcanic stone). Just a few more steps bring you into the Church of Madonna del Parto. Inside the church, originally built as a Mithraeum, is the beautiful ancient fresco representing Nativity.

Passing through Porta Furia (Furia Gate), you stroll through the medieval narrow streets and then reach the “sofa” Square. This houses the monumental fountain (18th century) and an Etruscan arch. A clock-tower was placed on the arch, overlooking the Town Hall, where some Roman epigraphs are kept.

After a dip into the Romanesque architecture at the Church of S. Silvestro, you reach one of the most evocative spots with a wonderful view, the Old Wash Tub. There you will enjoy a delicious lunch with food & wine tasting.

What's included in the price?

What's included in the price?

Included:

  • Bus rideBus ride
  • Local guideLocal guide
  • Lunch, wine tasting and typical productsLunch, wine tasting and typical products
  • Amphitheatre admission ticketsAmphitheatre admission tickets
  • A free one run non stop ticket for the Panoramic Open BusA free one run non stop ticket for the Panoramic Open Bus
  • Contact our agency in advance to find out if a pick up service from your hotel is available.Contact our agency in advance to find out if a pick up service from your hotel is available.
  • Expected return to the Green Line office in Via Giovanni Amendola 32, near Termini StationExpected return to the Green Line office in Via Giovanni Amendola 32, near Termini Station

Not included:

  • BeveragesBeverages

Things to know

Things to know

Tour available from 1 April to 31 October: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

and from 1 November to 31 March: Saturday

Time: morning

Duration: about 6 hours

Departures are guaranteed with a minimum group of 3 participants.

Entrance to churches requires appropriate dress code (shorts, miniskirts or uncovered shoulders are not allowed).

We suggest comfortable sportswear and sneakers. In Summer time, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended. 

The tour is not recommended for people with walking difficulties. Architectural barriers along the path.

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