After you are greeted in the port of Rome, you will proceed northeast through the countryside reaching Tarquinia (located 30 min away from the port) which lies on a limestone plateau just west of Viterbo, overlooking the majestic Tyrrhenian Coast.
Formerly the location of a Villanovan settlement where various Etruscan tribes gathered, it surrendered to Rome between 311 and 308 BC. This beautiful city is still home to an incredible array of medieval remains and priceless archeological artifacts.
Here you will find the greatest Etruscan museum in the world, with well-preserved sarcophagi, paintings, tombs, frescoes from the 6th to 1st centuries B.C. and the largest Etruscan necropolis.
Moving on, you will arrive in the medieval town of Ceri for some lunch and further sightseeing. You will spend the duration of your day inside the medieval walls of the city. Before you are returned back to your ship in the port of Rome.