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Italy - Dolceacqua & Italian market Private Full-Day Tour
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Italy - Dolceacqua & Italian market Private Full-Day Tour

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Discover the best of the Italian Riviera from the French Riviera with this full day private excursion:<br>Menton, a peaceful town with a microclimate, on the border of Italy, known for its lemon festival.<br><br>Ventimiglia, first Italian city from the French border, famous for its open air market.<br><br>Sanremo, a tourist town, famous for flower growing, its car rally, its role as the finishing point of the Milan-Sanremo cycling race and its brand new outlet mall.<br><br>Dolceacqua is a medieval village 15 minutes north of Ventimiglia. With its old arched bridge built of ancient stones and Claude Monet was inspired. Its Baroque St. Antonio Church and Castello Dei Doria Castle attract hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.<br><br>This tour is limited to a single booking of up to 8 people as it is a private tour with a private guide.<br>
$684.26 per adult
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Pierre B wrote a review May 2017
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Good to take a break during the visit of the old town but not a must see. Seems to be inside an old chapel. Beautiful pictures.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Lizzy A wrote a review Nov 2016
Sheffield, United Kingdom6 contributions3 helpful votes
All encompassing 4 dimensional cinema. Truly unique lovely family experience complete with scented vision!
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Date of experience: December 2015
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MellisGlasgow wrote a review Jul 2015
Glasgow19 contributions10 helpful votes
This has to be one of the most unlikely attractions one could find in a medieval Italian village: a 3D mini-cinema with surround sound and special aromatic effects. The premises are quirky, old fashioned and charming, and a pleasant cool escape from the heat outside. It was surreal to find ourselves absorbed in the sights, sounds and smells of Himalayan village life while on holiday in Liguria. It's also worth spending a few minutes admiring the wooden models of the village and castle inside the visionarium at the end of the movie. There are several films to choose from and no fixed viewing times, as far as we could see. We just turned up and chose a film.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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KatherineLouiseTeres wrote a review Sep 2014
Chens-sur-Leman, France6 contributions1 helpful vote
Thank you Marina for recommending this. Simply beautiful images of the area, complete with running water, the smells of the flowers, images all around a tiny chapel. Has to be experienced to be believed, will never forget it. The classical music enchanting, my 6 year old asked to buy the CD & often play it now in our car...
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Date of experience: August 2014
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Martin G wrote a review Feb 2014
Hythe, United Kingdom205 contributions67 helpful votes
You don't expect to discover such an unusual and deeply emotional experience in a little mediaeval town! Yet the proprietor has created a 3D experience that challenges all the senses with his 3D envisioning of Peru, Nepal, and places more local. You are completely wrapped up in the experience
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Date of experience: February 2014
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