Tuscania Wheelchair Etruscan Accessible Tours
Tuscania Wheelchair Accessible Tours
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Tuscania wheelchair accessible tours to the Etruscan Land

Suggestive medieval looking town, Tuscania wheelchair accessible tours, stands on seven tuff rock promontories 180 meters above sea level.

Located between the Marta River and the Capecchio Torrent, it has dominated the great communication route from the Tyrrhenian Sea to Lake Bolsena since ancient times.

The city is just over 90 km from Rome and can be an excellent destination for a day trip from the capital.

Or rather for a weekend, because there is a lot to see in the streets and countryside of Tuscania.

According to legend, the city of Tuscania was founded by the son of Hercules, Tusco.

In fact, there are traces of the presence of the Etruscan people in this splendid area of Latium‘s Tuscia.

Walking through the countryside surrounding the town of Tuscania wheelchair accessible tours, you can meet numerous necropolises.

They are traced back to the VII century BC.

Visit will certainly be a matter of interest, given the variety of tombs, keepers of frescoes and graffiti that narrate ancient Etruscan art and traditions.

Tuscania Wheelchair Accessible Tours

Tuscania wheelchair accessible tours with a guide and cruise shore excursions.

Accessible Italian Holiday provide a safe and a full accessible tours around it at previewed itineraries.

Visit this rich and fascinating land with a specialised tourist guide.

Adapted van transportation specifically designed for disabled tourists traveling on holiday to Latium.

Touring Tuscania

It is from the medieval walls of Tuscania that you can enjoy one of the most beautiful landscapes of Tuscia.

An intact countryside where numerous necropolises dating back to the Etruscan age are scattered.

The best known is that of the Madonna dell’Olivo with the Curunas Tombs, IV-II century BC, which returned a considerable quantity of sarcophagi and funeral items.

All are preserved in the Tuscanese National Archaeological Museum.

Famous especially for the two basilicas of St Peter and St Maria Maggiore, authentic masterpieces of Romanesque architecture.

Tuscania wheelchair accessible tours, offers numerous points of visit.

First of all, the ancient village in its entirety, perfectly preserved and where you can still breathe a medieval atmosphere of rare charm.

Near of the Madonna dell’Olivo, there is the Ara del Tufo necropolis (VII- VI century BC, with tumulus tombs similar to those of the Banditaccia Necropolis near Cerveteri.

Another necropolis is that of Carcarello, where there is the monumental sepulcher of the Etruscan family of the Vipinana.

Was used from the end of the IV century BC, which twenty-four sarcophagi were found in the tomb.

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Tuscania wheelchair accessible tours.

Unmissable visit at it with our Etruscan Accessible Tours.

Specifically tailored to wheelchair users, reduced mobility persons and disabled with an adapted transport.

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