LANGUAGES: English and Spanish
The tour begins at 09:00 am from the center of Bilbao to direct us along the right bank of the river and leaving the other side of the estuary the industrial towns of Barakaldo, Sestao and Portugalete.
Once in Getxo, we reach the famous Hanging Bridge, where we make a brief stop for who wants to climb on it from above has breathtaking views magnificence cas. We travel to pass through the imposing Castle Butron with 45 meters high and Mungia. From here we head for the coast to San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, beautiful chapel clinging to a rock and surrounded by the sea. We will continue along the coast to the typical fishing village of Bermeo, where we stop to visit. Then get up the coast to Mundaka, where we can enjoy its beauty and magnificence cas delight with views of the Biosphere Reserve of Urdaibai.
We followed the trail to reach the emblematic town of Gernika and visit its famous Opera House and Tree Boards.
Back to Bilbao Bizkaia inside with beautiful scenery and return to your hotel about 14:00
Die Kuppel der St. Paul's Cathedral ist aus der Skyline von London nicht wegzudenken. Nach dem der große Brand von London im Jahr 1666 den Vorgängerbau zerstörte, wurde die Kathedrale in den Jahren 1675 - 1710 nach den Plänen des berühmten Architekten Sir Christopher Wren gebaut. Sie war die erste Kathedrale, die zu Lebzeiten des Architekten fertiggestellt wurde.
Seitdem werden in der St. Paul's Cathedral Ereignisse von nationaler und internationaler Bedeutung zelebriert. Königliche Hochzeiten, Thronjubiläen und Staatsbegräbnisse für britische Helden wie Winston Churchill fanden in den Gemäuern der Kathedrale statt.
Sir Christopher Wrens architektonisches Meisterwerk wurde anlässlich des 300. Geburtstages der Kathedrale über 15 Jahre für 40 Millionen Pfund grundlegend renoviert. St Paul's Cathedral der bedeutenste sakrale Bau im Herzen von London und wird jedes Jahr von Millionen Menschen aus der ganzen Welt besucht.
Besuchertickets können für Montag bis Samstag gebucht werden. Sonntags ist St. Pauls nur für Gottesdienste geöffnet.
Die Standardtickets von 365-Tickets beinhalten einen Rabatt und werden einfach bei der Ankunft Eingang vorgezeigt.
Kombinieren Sie Ihren Besuch der St Paul's Cathedral mit anderen attraktiven Zielen in London wie dem Kensington Palace oder einer Fahrt auf der Themse.
Rome is a city that has built and rebuilt upon itself for thousands of years. The Crypts, Bones & Catacombs tour is designed to take you deep down into the layers of Roman history, in order to uncover the spell-binding story of the city through the ages. This tour does it in the most dramatic way possible; by exploring the underground cemeteries and temples that once housed many of the city’s dead and its most mysterious cult, a guaranteed thrill for adults and children alike.
The tour starts in the city’s most interesting (and paradoxically one of the least-visited) catacomb, the Catacomb of Santa Priscilla. This is where ancient Christians were buried when their religion was still outlawed and they were considered enemies of the state. The catacomb contains extraordinary frescoes, miles of creepy tunnels and the world’s oldest depiction of the Virgin Mary. Your expert, guide, hand-picked for knowledge of the catacombs, will lead your small group of 15 people or fewer through these wonderfully historic and atmospheric tunnels, while telling you the story of early Christianity.
Large groups simply can’t fit into these areas, so take advantage of this truly unique access. Next, you’ll head to one of the most singular and spine-tingling sights in Rome, the Capuchin bone crypt. The cemetery festooned with the bones and remains of some 4,000 Capuchin friars is a jaw-dropping display of life and death. Although it might appear macabre, you’ll learn why the monks actually consider the display life-affirming. Finally, you’ll visit one of Rome’s hidden (literally) treasures. The 12th-century San Nicola in Carcere holds not one but two secrets: a 4th-century Basilica beneath it, and a 1stcentury Mithraic temple beneath that! Mithraism remains one of the unsolved mysteries of ancient Rome, a religion that many powerful people followed but evidence of it exists in almost no historical records.
As you descend through the layers of Roman history your expert guide will tell you what they know and what historians don’t know about the Mithraic Mysteries and show you the lost, underground stream that almost drove the man who found it insane. With comfortable, air-conditioned transport throughout, and a small group of 15 people or fewer, your only responsibility is to immerse yourself in the thrills and wonder of underground Rome. An expert guides have been hand-picked for this experience based on both their knowledge and love of history. They make the perfect escorts through our eeriest and most mysterious tour. Important Information:
Sites on this itinerary include holy places, and attire must be appropriate for the visit. Both men and women are asked to wear clothing that covers at least the shoulders and knees. Walks of Italy cannot be held responsible for denied entry due to improper dress. It is sufficient to bring extra coverings with you and put them on before the entrance to the holy areas.
Photography is not allowed in the sites visited on this tour, due to their religious nature.