Are you curious to find out what the ancient Romans ate?
I suggest you an unusual “Culinary Archaeological Day”!
Sunday october 30, the exclusive visit to the “Sepolcro degli Equinozi”, of the second century BC, followed by
a brunch of dishes prepared according to the ancient Roman tradition, transmitted by Catone and Alpicio.
The preparation of the food will also be explained!
Appointment on SUNDAY 30th of October, at the Archaeological Area of Capo di Bove, in the beautiful and charming area of APPIA ANTICA, at Via Appia Antica 222, at 10.00 a.m.
For info and prices about this event:
_COLAZIONE ARCHEOLOGICA CULINARIA_ Culinary Archeological Day
contact the Associazione Culturale Info Roma
Not all tourists arrive in Rome by plane.
Many arrive by bus or by train or by car… many with the cruise ship!
Especially these have one or two days to visit as much as possible ….then, in addition to the indispensable visit to Rome, here is the second essential stop: Tarquinia!
UNESCO World Heritage Site, welcomes you with its history and its ancient ruins that you can see in the beautiful National Museum of Etruscan treasures,
and visiting the Necropolis.
600 years of history
You must provide almost two hours to visit the museum, and another hour to visit the Etruscan tombs in the Necropolis. You will be amazed!
Tarquinia National Museum, Piazza Cavour, 1a TARQUINIA
(closed on monday)
from 8.30 to 19.30
4 euros, for the museum only
6.50 euros, for the museum and the Necropolis (suggested!)