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Walking along the Via Francigena we entered the regional park of Veio, a beautiful area that used to be the site of the ancient Etruscan town of Veio, then conquered by the Romans in the 4th century B.C.
The open countrysides, the valleys and the streams are filled with history and culture from 900 years BC. Every step is filled with natural beauty of surrounding nature. Your journey also takes you along he path where the Etruscans lived and flourished centuries ago. Remnants...More
We were told we could only visit the sanctuary not the tombs as the guide has been off sick for months and visitors are not allowed to go to the tombs without a guide. The two men on site, one of whom spent almost our...More