Tarquinia was one of the most important Etruscan sites. It’s Necropolis, called “Monterozzi” was designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. The artifact excavated from the necropolis is exhibited in the Tarquinii National Museum, one of the most important Etruscan Museums.
Vulci Archaeological and Natural Park is a unique mix of culture, history and nature. The canyon was formed by the Fiora River which is populated by wild horses, cows and the lush vegetation along the banks of the river are the scenery of this archeological site. The trails leading to the Vulci Archaeological and Nature Park include itineraries of various lengths to enjoy in full relax with friends, family and even with children.