Slow tour in Lazio: Cerveteri e Pyrgi

Take this interesting historical and archaeological Slow Tour in Lazio, following the path of ancient Etruscan: welcome to Cerveteri and to the Etruscan port Pyrgi, set in a stretch of the Tyrrhenian Sea between Civitavecchia and Rome! Travel in time with some expert guides who know everything about the history - and the legends - of these places. Visit the Castle of Santa Severa, the archaeological area of ancient Pyrgi, its sanctuaries and the Antiquarium, the necropolis of the Banditaccia and the National Archaeological Museum of Cerveteri.
 
Special thanks to "Regione Lazio - Agenzia Regionale del Turismo" for the aerial shots of the Caslte of Santa Severa 
 
Cover pic by Flickr User MCAD Library
 
► Visit MiBACT official web-site: http://www.beniculturali.it
► Visit Museum and Necropolis of Cerveteri official web-site: http://www.tarquinia-cerveteri.it/en

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