Connect with the history and architecture of Ravenna through a self-guided audio tour. Set out independently at a convenient time and get access to maps and audio content. Learn about the stories behind landmarks as you see them, including the Basilica of San Vitale and Piazza del Popolo. Complete the experience with a visit to the tomb of renowned poet Dante Alighieri.
Discover one of Modena’s most popular landmarks during a visit to the Pavarotti Museum. Utilize skip-the-line access with this ticket and maximize time at the museum, formerly the private home of beloved singer Luciano Pavarotti. See memorabilia, awards, costumes, and personal items during a self-led tour complete with audio guide.
A two-hour private tour to discover Modena: a city famous for its historic center with Unesco sites, for its gastronomy, for its engines, and for the friendliness of its inhabitants.
Pleasant in every season, Modena offers the visitor extraordinary beauties, all concentrated in its gracious historic centre, which tell the story of the splendor of a city for a long time the capital of a duchy, that of the Lords of Este, who resided there since 1598.
Unesco has recognized the universal value of its treasures by declaring the Cathedral, Piazza Grande and the Ghirlandina Tower a World Heritage Site.
Discover these great architectural beauties with our certified tour guide.
Take part in our guided tours that will take you on a pleasant walk along the main streets of the historic center of Ravenna to discover the most evocative and significant corners, famous people, anecdotes, food and wine and street art.
A guided tour that starts from the Tomb of Dante Alighieri, and then deepens the rich heritage of the city, of which the 8 Unesco monuments are only the flagship.
Ravenna with its basilicas, baptisteries and mausoleums tells us about a glorious past as a protagonist, in which it was capital 3 times.
Entering the historic center, small buildings adorned with portals, mullioned windows, balconies and arcades, testify to the building renovation carried out during the Venetian domination. Not to mention the fact that for centuries, Ravenna welcomed illustrious people who were profitable poets and ingenious revolutionaries in these lands. So much so that even today Ravenna continues to be a source of such great inspiration.
Once you've seen Ravenna Mosaics, you won't forget them.
Observe the details and jump into the stories they tell.
Taste Ravenna's seafood cuisine like Fried sardines or curzul with clams.
Discover the ingredients of the famous Romagna friendliness in an ancient tavern: Piadina and Sangiovese!
Ravenna, the city of mosaics… and more!
Through this tour, we wish to tell you a story in which Ravenna was the stage for important events, a treasure chest, an ancient and contemporary artistic laboratory, a source of inspiration for many authors such as Dante Alighieri, Gustav Klimt and Lord Byron and some street contemporary artists such as Kobra and Blub.
Starting from Piazza San Francesco, from the Zone of Silence, guardian of Dante's Tomb, and passing through Piazza del Popolo you can enter the heart of the historic center of Ravenna to learn more about what characterized a great past without neglecting its curiosities.
Through this walk, we therefore want to introduce you to the spaces and actors that characterize Ravenna in a different way, traveling through history and taste: starting out to discover the "Mosaic Capital" and concluding with an aperitif in the Spritz-based covered market and typical Piadina.
Break the binds of a set itinerary and strict schedule and explore Bologna at your own pace with this app-based quest that leads you to the top sights in the medieval old town. Learn about the city’s history and lore as you follow prompts to landmarks like Piazza Maggiore, the Two Towers, and the Quadrilateral in this combination treasure hunt and walking tour.
This walking tour is an excellent way to learn about Modena’s best bits and to get your bearings of the picturesque Old Town. As you walk between stops, the guide keeps you entertained with stories about the city, and the route takes you to some of its most significant sites, such as Modena Cathedral, the Palazzo Comunale, and the Ghirlandina Tower.
Are you looking for a way to explore Bologna without joining a tour group? Explore at your own pace with this affordable walking tour.
• Stroll through the ancient – and more recent – past of Bologna, a place that art critic John Berger once called “an improbable city.”
• Hear from producer Frank Bures, an award-winning author who spent time in Bologna as an exchange student in the 1990s,
• Do it all in an hour or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish
• Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it
• Use the virtual tour option at home
Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under “Before You Go”. Then simply install the VoiceMap app and enter your code.
The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, just pop in your headphones and tap start. VoiceMap has automatic GPS playback, with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.
Inject some fun into your Bologna sightseeing with this app-based quest that leads you through the old town and past the city’s main landmarks. Follow clues to take in the Piazza Grande, the Two Towers, the oldest university in Europe, and more while learning about their history and lore. Choose your start time and finish the game in an hour or take breaks to explore at your own pace.
The Archiginnasio is one of the most important buildings in Bologna. Located in the heart of the historic center of the city, it was the seat of the ancient university, and is now the seat of the Municipal Library.
The Anatomical Theater was the hall used for the anatomy lessons held at the Bologna medical faculty.
With this audio-guided tour you will discover the history of the oldest university in the world and the evidence of its long and important activity.
At the end of the tour you will be able to enjoy a tasting of products in the city centre.
Discover the most iconic ancient mosaics in the stunning, seaside city of Ravenna during this half-day walking tour. Highlights include mosaics commissioned by the Emperor Justinian of Byzantium, the tomb of the Italian writer and poet Dante, and the private chapel of the Ostrogoths King Theoderic. Choose from all-day departure timings; admission tickets are purchased separately.
It’s not every day that you can see a rare Stradivarius violin. With a ticket to Cremona’s Violin Museum, you can admire a number of these instruments crafted by Antonio Stradivari in the 17th century along with other historic instruments. Learn about the history and production of violins, as well as the techniques used by Cremona’s most famous master luthier to create his legendary instruments, with an audio guide.
A walking tour dedicated to the secrets of the Bolognese hill. In the monasteries and in the cenobies of the hill the communities of friars who hosted the pilgrims going to the city met, the bishops many centuries later built their villas here, and the great hydraulic projects to bring the fresh water of the hill took place in this wild corner and wooded in the city.
Our itinerary touches some of the wonders preserved in this part of the city, where nature and architecture come together in a unique union. The red and yellow colors of the villas, Renaissance churches and medieval cenobies (ancient medieval monasteries) blend with the light yellowish and white colors of the badlands and clay. Large wooded gardens are the setting for these architectural wonders.
It is an extremely complete tour to discover the wonderful Bologna. A day of culture, art and gastronomy among the main attractions of the city. The program has been carefully studied in order to be able to combine the great potential of Bolognese gastronomy, and those of the rich architectural and artistic heritage, such as the splendid churches, palaces, the very ancient university, canals and towers, and finally a rich museum of ancient art, the National Art Gallery.
Ravenna, the last refuge of Dante, father of the Italian language, is the city that hosts his Tomb, the starting point of our tour through which we will retrace together the traces left by the Supreme Poet in the Ravenna of the fourteenth century and for all the years in come. An opportunity to discover the vicissitudes that characterized the last years of the Supreme Poet, exile, life in the city, death and the daring fight for the remains, as well as the interventions to enhance the tomb over the centuries.
Get your bearings and take in the top sights in Modena’s old town in just a few hours without the hassle of following a guidebook and map with this private tour on foot. Meet your guide in the main square and stroll through the porticoed historic center to admire the UNESCO-listed cathedral, 17th-century Palazzo Comunale and Palazzo Ducale, and other architectural gems before ending at the city’s historic market.
Visitors will have the opportunity to climb up the highest medieval masonry tower in Europe to admire the surrounding panorama and during the ascent will be able to visit the rooms of the Vertical Museum dedicated to measuring time and its perception by man with interesting reproductions of watches and instruments used in antiquity as well as multimedia contents.
This tour includes a visit to the Baptistery, home to the Museo delle Pietre Romaniche della Cattedrale, where some magnificent medieval sculptures are kept.
Explore the historic and unique fortress of San Leo in the famous inland village of Rimini.
See the fascinating collection of weapons, frescoes, historical artifacts and much more.
Today the Fortress has returned to its architectural splendor which makes it one of the most celebrated examples of military art, in one of the most beautiful historical and artistic contexts in Italy
Get more out of your time in Ravenna, and discover the history behind the city’s mosaics and below-ground crypts with a private guide. Skipping the bustle of the standard group tours, you’ll explore at a pace that works best for your personal group, and focus on the sights of Ravenna that interest you most. Highlights include visits to the Archiepiscopal Museum and the Basilica di Sant'Apollinare Nuovo.
She wears a viewer and enters a vast scenery in the center of Bologna, walking freely through porticoes, streets and alleyways, visiting shops and meeting characters, to experience a real day in the Middle Ages, up to an exciting breathtaking flight among the many towers.
Learn more about the top 12 tourist attractions in Bologna. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary.
The top 10 advantages for those who prefer flexibility on their tour.
1. Safe - Not required to download, with just a click of secure access links it can be listened to online on any device.
2. Save - The lowest price in the city.
3. Stories - No imagination stories, only verified information.
4. Schedule - Listen at your own convenience of time, pace, and location.
5. Select - Preferred languages and attractions.
6. Self-control: No need to be behind someone's instructions in always.
7. Share - with co-travelers in just a click.
8. Soft - Selective crafted words that make you listen again.
9. Simple - Use our personally created itinerary which starts from the city's central station and then gradually moves one by one.
10. Smart - in all aspects.
Discover Bologna through a literary lens on a 3-hour private walking tour. Follow your local guide to the city’s world renowned libraries, along with charming independent bookstores. Learn about the archeological site on which the university library stands today and see special spots in the city which inspired some of its most famous authors. Bookworms, history nuts, and Italophiles alike, are sure to find the personalized tour an enriching experience.
There's an unusual Parma, made of nature, taste and tradition.
This tour will start from the extraordinary collection of Ettore Guatelli: more than 160.000 items, evoking the charming but almost forgot simplicity of rural life, are on display in a cottage, turned into a museum.
Afterwards, the tour will bring to a local winery; here, after having witnessed all the wine production stages, the guests will enjoy a picnic in the vineyards, based on Parma best known delicacies.
Escaping from urban life has never been so tasty...