En las Bodegas Jean Leon realizarás una visita guiada y una degustación de vinos. Según la temporada, también podrás probar el mosto envejecido en bota e incluso la uva directamente de la vid. En esta bodega también te explicarán algunas curiosidades sobre su fundador, Jean Leon, que fue amigo y confidente de muchas estrellas de Hollywood, además de pionero en el estado en la plantación de variedades como el Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot y Chardonnay.
En las Bodegas Torres, además de la visita guiada por las cavas, te invitarán a realizar un maridaje de tres vinos y tres quesos típicos catalanes. Tendrás la oportunidad de conocer y saborear los productos de una bodega asentada en el Penedés desde hace tres siglos. Desde entonces, el apellido Torres está ligado al vino. Hoy cuenta con más de 1300 hectáreas de viñas propias y está presente en más de 140 países del mundo.
En las Cavas Freixenet disfrutarás de una visita guiada por las cavas y también podrás degustar su cava haciendo un aperitivo con productos típicos del Penedés, la zona vitivinícola por excelencia del país. Conocerás de primera mano la historia de esta empresa familiar, que comenzó en el negocio del cava a principios del siglo XX y que hoy cuenta con más de 18 bodegas en 7 países de 3 continentes.
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The price can vary according to visit date and time selected.
This climb departs as the day closes. Get the best of both worlds as you soak up the day’s disappearing light while the moon takes its nightshift.
5 Things you need to know before your climb
Health & Safety
Your health and safety is important: If you are pregnant or have any pre-existing health conditions you may need to provide a doctor’s Certificate of Fitness note before you climb. You must have a blood-alcohol reading below 0.05 to climb (the same as if you are driving). You will be asked to complete a BridgeClimb Declaration Form before your Climb. Please be honest about your health so we can ensure your wellbeing is not at risk. All discussions will be confidential.
How should you prepare for your Climb: Ensure that you have eaten before your Climb and you’re well-hydrated – the experience can last up to 3 ½ hours. Wear comfortable, enclosed rubber-soled shoes such as running, sport or hiking shoes and don’t forget your sunglasses. It is recommend to wear comfortable clothing. You will be equipped with everything else you need for your Climb! Ensure you arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled Climb time to allow enough time to check in.
All your personal belongings can be stored in lockers, including cameras: there are FREE secure lockers for you to keep your personal belongings in, including phones, cameras and GoPros. The Climb Leaders will capture photos of you during your Climb. For safety and security reasons, cameras, video technology and mobile devices are prohibited on the Climb.
You must be 8 years old and 1.2 metres in height, or taller: Children aged 8 to 15 must be accompanied by and are the responsibility of an adult, with a maximum of three children per adult.
Climbs operate in all weather conditions: You will equipped with all the gear you need to keep you dry, but remember to bring your own shoes, which should be enclosed, like running shoes. In case of extreme weather conditions like electrical storms or during times of extremely high wind, Climbs may be postponed.
iFLY welcome flyers from 3 to 103. If you have reasonable health and fitness you can fly. But do check the criteria below before you purchase tickets.
There are a few exceptions:
Flyers must be over 3 years of age.
Participants must weigh less than 300 pounds.
Participants who weigh between 260 and 300 pounds must bring this to the attention of an iFLY representative as additional restrictions and instructor scheduling limitations may apply.
Women who are pregnant should not fly.
Folks with recent back, neck and heart problems should check with a doctor before flying.
iFLY recommends people with prior shoulder dislocations DO NOT FLY!
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Explore not just the Colosseum, but all the major sites of Ancient Rome on this small group tour; providing context, history and fascinating anecdotes to bring ruins to life. The tour starts by skipping the long lines at the Colosseum and diving right in to its bloody but politically-important history.
As you wander its first and second tiers your expert, passionate guide will help you separate the facts from the fictions that are often fed to tourists. From the lives of gladiators, to the real hand signals that emperors used to condemn combatants, you’ll never get a more thorough and enjoyable lesson than this.
From the entertainments of Ancient Rome to the business, you’ll head to the Roman Forum to learn about the commercial and political heart of the empire. Along the way you’ll pass the titanic arch of Constantine, the final resting place of Julius Caesar, and the Temple of the Vestal Virgins, who were charged with the unenviable task of safeguarding the morality of Ancient Rome. Finally you’ll ascend the Palatine Hill and learn the legend of Romulus & Remus, the mythological twin founders of Rome who were raised by a she-wolf.
Explore ancient palaces, learning how the word “palace” actually originated right here, in the home of Caesar’s heir - the first emperor of Ancient Rome, Emperor Augustus. As you hear tales of the characters that played such a crucial role in shaping history; you’ll come to understand the importance this once-great empire like never before. In your a small group of no more than 15 people, you’ll have incredible access to your expert guide. There is no better way to immerse yourself in the legends and facts of Ancient Rome.
NOTE: There is a new rule at the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill that only small backpacks and regular-size handbags are allowed inside. Guests with larger bags will not be allowed to enter (there are no storage facilities) and all guests must now pass through a security check before entering the Colosseum.
The Colosseum has changed its admission policy to ensure that only 3,000 people are allowed within the amphitheater at any given time, meaning much less crowding during busy periods. Although the tickets are pre-booked with Skip the Line access, this may mean a slight delay on entering if capacity has already been reached. It is expected that the instances of this will be limited but ask for your patience if you travel on a busy day and are affected by this unavoidable circumstance. In all, it should make for a much nicer experience for all (and longer general access lines!).
On the first Sunday of every month, entrance to the Colosseum is free to the public. Guests travelling on a Walks of Italy tour on this day will receive a refund of their ticket price after their tour. Please note that, due to restrictions allowing fewer people inside the amphitheater than usual, there may be a slight delay in entry time on these days.
The Colosseum is subject to occasional closures. The Colosseum administration is usually aware of this and informs us the day before or of a given closure. Please provide us with detailed contact information in the event that we need to reach you to reschedule your tour. The Colosseum and Roman Forum are ancient sites that are neither wheelchair nor stroller friendly.
Sometimes due to soft sand dunes delays may occur. Tour is not suitable for pregnant women, people with back problems or infants. Infants 0-3 are free when travelling with an adult however do not occupy a seat and will not be provided meals on tour. Infants will not be accepted on the 4WD component of this tour. A parent will be require to disembark the coach with the infant for the 4WD component of the tour. Wildflower season commences September through to early November. Profusion of wildflowers depends on weather and other conditions, therefore we cannot guarantee sightings. Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. Tour may operate within a 4WD and/or coach, depending on passenger numbers. The adventure component of the tour will always operate in a 4WD vehicle.