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Take a stroll among the ruins of the Ancient Ostia’s city and learn
about the social and cultural life of past times. The city was built
around the 6th century BC and was born as a commercial port center.
It is now a point of interest for history enthusiasts.
Set off from Rome to reach Molo Beverello in Naples and discover the
pearl of the Mediterranean: Capri. Do not miss the suggestive Blue Grotto
and the breathtaking Farallon islands with their rich vegetation.
The quintessence of the classical style from Julius Caesar to the Baroque art, passing through the Column of Marcus Aurelius and Palazzo Montecitorio until reaching one of the most famous fountains in the world: the Trevi Fountain by Nicola Salvi.
Set off from Rome, pass through the Chianti Valley and reach
Florence. Cherish the city and its masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s
David, the cupola realized by Brunelleschi, Giotto’s campanile, Piazza
della Signoria and Santa Croce.