martignanoHave you already been in Rome or do you have more than two days at your disposal? Well,  you can discover the interesting areas around Rome…

Some ideas?

  • the hilly towns called ‘Castelli’ with lakes, wine and food experiences, noble residences (including the Popes’ summer palace), abbeys, the archaeological treasures of Albano and Nemi….
  • a day along the Appian Way, hiking or by bike/horse with so many naturalistic and archeologica attractions
  • the ancient Roman harbours of Ostia and Portus, the necropolis of Isola Sacra and the beach at hand
  • the UNESCO villas of Tivoli, a journey from ancient Roman time to the Renaissance
  • the Etruscan necropolis of Cerveteri and Tarquinia, with little medieval “borghi” to explore nearby, but also the seaside
  • the lake and castle of Bracciano, and the “ghost town” of Monterano nearby…