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Strada Provinciale 43, 01016, Tarquinia, Italy
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All reviewsetruscan tombswall paintingsclimb downglass doorthe light switcha unesco world heritage siteabove groundmen and womenlovely siteancient culturethe usual tourist trailticket officelaminated mapwheelchair accessbehind glassthe buslong walk
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It was not opened when we came to visit Necropoli two days ago. As if they have giving up due to few visitors.

Thank Anita S
Reviewed 15 July 2018

For anyone who loves ancient history this necropolis is amazing. Not much left exists of the Etruscan civilization and so this rather large complex of buildings and tombs is really fantastic. You can also have a great view of the sea and of Lazio's landscape....More

Thank William B
Reviewed 18 June 2018

This necropolis has very well preserved tomb paintings. Quiet area that is away from the busy sites of Rome.

Thank mmathis21
Reviewed 20 May 2018

We had already been to Rome and wanted to see something different this trip - this was perfect! The tombs are pretty well preserved and interesting to look at. However, one person in our group was mobility challenged and to go down about 20 steps...More

Thank Kris M
Reviewed 11 May 2018

What a lovely site. On the edge of the town on a beautiful hillside. There are about 20 tombs you can walk down into. All are enclosed with a glass door and lighting. At least 90% of them the glass viewing point is outstanding the...More

1  Thank fssutton1
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

Very nice old city, with a lot streets and historical buildings, very peacefull. Too much commercial stands.

Thank Robert G
Reviewed 6 May 2018

It took a lot of walking & many stairs, but a fascinating glimpse into the Etruscan history around burial. All the graves have English explanations. My 70 year old mom struggled with the stairs.

Thank Leonise777
Reviewed 3 April 2018

When I first went back in the early 1980s you could still enter the tombs and only the 'tomb of the leopards' had a barrier. Now you can only look through the glass but the paintings are still so beautiful. We were lucky to be...More

1  Thank BonnieMacB
Reviewed 12 February 2018

Very interesting site with a lot of tombs. There are lots of stairs – you have to go down at least one flight of stairs and sometimes more to each tomb. All of the tombs have lights on timers and glass walls at the bottom...More

1  Thank 234worldtraveler567
Reviewed 27 December 2017

Take time and get out of the city. This location is easy to get to by taking the train from Roma Termini to Civitavecchia, then the Hertz Rental Car Agency is 500 feet from the train station. From there, it is an easy 20 minute...More

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24 June 2017|
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Response from NoelPrendiville | Reviewed this property |
We took a taxi and arranged for the driver to collect us some hours later. You need to do this as there are no taxis in Tarquinia. On weekdays there is a regular bus service.
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8 February 2017|
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We decided to visit Tarquinia as we landed in Civi on All Saints Day and Rome was a zoo. The necropolis was interesting but not great but the museum that displayed the artifacts from the necropolis was excellent. We took a... More
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31 March 2016|
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Hi: There are about seven of the best ones available for entry in the Necropoli del Calvario: Pulcella, Caccia, Caccia e Pesce, Giocolieri, Moretti, Baccanti, and Leopardi. A steep stairway takes you down to a Plexiglas... More
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