Around the lake Bolsena

In the heart of Province of Viterbo is Lake Bolsena, the largest volcanic lake in Europe. The lake has an oval shape typical of crater lakes, it’s over 13 km long and around 80m deep. The entire lake is surrounded by hills, and the landscape is incredibly varied: from the rushes to grassland and farms, woods, medieval “borghi” and tourist establishments.

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Up and down the hills in Acquapendente

Acquapendente is one of the less known jewels of central italy, but it has over one thousand years of history. One of the oldest building of the town is the Basilica del Santo Sepolcro (Church of the Holy Sepulchre), which dates back well over a thousand years.

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Tarquinia and the painted tombs

The Necropolises of Tarquinia and Cerveteri, inserted onto the UNESCO World Heritage List, represent a unique witness of the ancient Etruscan Civilization, the only urban civilization of the pre-Roman Age.

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