Discover the masterpieces of the Etruscan civilization, the dominated central Italy before the Romans expansion. Visit the most important Etruscan museum in the world housed in the precious Villa Giulia. This was the lavish XVI century residence built by Pope Julius III with spectacular frescoes, statues and gardens.
On this 2.5 hour tour led by a top-rated local guide you will see some of the most interesting Etruscan artworks collected in the Villa. You will be impressed by the goldsmith precision of the Pyrgi Tablets, the fine craftmanship of the Spouses' Sarcophagus and the impressive ruins of the Veius Temple with the exquisite statue of Apollo.
You will feel like jumping back in time to X century bC Italy learning about history customs, traditions and art of the Etruscans. Your guide will make your experience truly interactive by using Ipad and other multimedia and visual tools to relive the past.