Tarquinia is located approximately 110 miles (177 kilometers) south of Florence and about 45 miles (72 kilometers) northwest of Rome, the capital of Italy.
Why not spend some time exploring Tarquinia? Start with a visit to the the Etruscan Necropoleis of Tarquinia.
The area around Tarquinia is brimming with natural and cultural attractions, from firmly-established, must-see spots to lesser known gems. Roughly 11 miles (18 kilometers) away is Civitavecchia. Set aside a day here to enjoy the Port of Civitavecchia and Forte Michelangelo.
Orbetello, is another good spot to visit. It is around 30 miles (48 kilometers) from Tarquinia and offers a number of interesting tourist attractions, such as Cosa National Museum of Archaeology, Giannella Beach and Feniglia Beach. Talamone Port and Natural Dune Reserve Feniglia are also good spots for calling into while you are here.
Experience the region's rich cultural fabric at Lazio's fascinatingaters, history museums and indoor markets. To really understand a region, it helps to step back into earlier times. Lazio's evocative fortresses are a marvellous place to start.
Those adventurous souls looking for action shouldn't miss the chance to get their heart pumping by joining a bungee jumping or abseiling adventure. Specialized tours are a unique way to discover places only locals know. So consider signing up for one of the guided nature walks, city walking tours and cycling tours.
At the end of your vacation, bid a fond Ciao (farewell) to the new friends you've made and the places you've spent time.