Fascination of the the Middle Ages: paper and candles, life, food and clothes like in the Middle Ages.
BEVAGNA, what a great experience for both adults and children!!!
This small town, once a key Roman city, still bears witness to the splendour of its Roman past and this tour will show you how in the Middle Ages people recycled the old Roman structures of their splendid theatre and used them for their new needs. Step in and you'll understand what it means to be surrounded by 2000 years of history. Visit the marvellous romanesque churches where they used to pray, see how the medieval spirituality as well as a new economic boom influenced that society. Our visit to a medieval paper mill will show you how they could produce a sheet of paper from old clothes, and do not miss the chance of making your own piece. In a medieval workshop you'll learn how they made candles. There will also be time to see how they lived and what they used to eat and wear. ( HALF DAY 3 HOURS)
discovery of the city with churches and little streets, this is anyway a flat town. Time for a coffee/gelato
Visit of the workshops mentioned in what's included.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: to be talked about after booking,
End location: Bevagna where you can stop for a glass of great red wine, shop in one of the cashmere outlets etc..
Duration: 3 hours
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 euro - Comment: This is just an idea of the amount of money that you need for the items underlined in the "what's extra inbox" of the tour, but as you can easily understand this can vary a lot according to your needs .
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
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Marco was pleasant, helpful and informative. We learnt much more having him as a guide than just looking at the town on our own. Bevagna was an interesting town and the re-creations of the Medieval world made it come to life. I would recommend this tour for adults and for older children.