L’Aquila lies on the slope of a hill in an area inhabited since ancient times. In the 3rd century b.C. it was ruled by the Romans and now it’s possible to see remains of that period: the theater and the amphitheater testifying the importance of this town. Walking through the city centre together with Your assistant you can see some of its historical highlights remained after the earthquake occurred in 2009. You can admire the Fontana delle 99 Cannelle, completely restored, the Basilica di Santa Maria, the outside of the fortress.