Art, history,archaeology and natural wonders.


While you wait for your holiday to arrive, have a look at these locations on Google to plan what places to visit during your stay in Italy.


In Rome for your first time some places are a "must" :


THE COLLOSEUM , buy tickets on line: 

www.thecolloseo.net



 ST.PETERS AND THE VATICAN MUSEUMS,
buy tickets on line:

www.biglietteriamuseivatican.va


THE PANTHEON, the best preserved Roman building in the world!

 THE ROMAN FORUM, buy tickets on line: 

www.capitolium.org


PIAZZA NAVONA,

SPANISH STEPS,

TREVI FOUNTAIN,

 THE MUSEUM OF VILLA BORGHESE
, buy

tickets on line: 

http://www.galleriaborghese.itborghese.it

 

DO YOU WANT TO DO SOMETHING REALLY SPECIAL? EXPERIENCE THE ROMAN LIFE IN A REAL ROMAN DOMUS IN THE MULTIMEDIA MUSEUM UNDERNEATH PALAZZO VALENTINI: 

 http://www.palazzovalentini.it/domus-romane/index-en.html


Here are some of the hundreds of beautiful churches of Rome:

  •  San Giovanni in Laterano
  •  Santa Maria ad Martyres
  •  Santa Maria del Popolo
  •  Santa Maria in Cosmedin
  •  Santa Maria in Trastevere
  •  Santa Maria Maggiore
  •  San Paolo Fuori le Mura
  •  Santa Sabina all' Aventino
  •  San Clemente


    In the region of Rome, Lazio, there are an incredible number of extremely interesting places to visit. Some of them are famous and some not known at all and almost hidden if you don't know about them.


    Here are a few very famous and interesting suggestions for places to see outside Rome: 


    OSTIA ANTICA , the extrordinary, huge port town from Roman times similar to Pompeii:

    www.ostiaantica.net


     
      HADRIAN'S VILLA (it's fabulous!) : 

    www.villa-adriana.net

  •  TIVOLI,with it's incredible gardens of "Villa D'Este":

    www.villadestetivoli.info


     
    CERVETERI and TARQUINIA to see incredible Etruscan necropolis:   

    www.cerveteribb.it  

    www.necropolitarquinia.it        

  •  SUBIACO The two Benedictine monasteries of Santa Scolastica in Subiaco with the marvellous frescoes give you a special feeling of peace.

     

  • ORVIETO, This uniue town is one of the most important sights of Italy  http://www.orvietoviva.com/en/orvieto-day-trips       

  • BOMARZO , the stone Monster Park from the 16th century that also your children will love:  

    www.parcodeimostri.com



    BAGNAIA , an exellent example of Italian gardens:
     

    www.gardenvisit.com/villa_Lante


    OTRICOLI (OCRICULUM) huge exavations from a big Roman port town on the Tiber river, 

    PALAZZO FARNESE AT CAPRAROLA with all it's beautiful renaissance wall drawings,

    CIVITA DI BAGNOREGIO,  the dying town on a high cliff,reacable only by a narrow footbridge. 

    VITERBO, an interesting and charming medieval town ( Take the beautiful " Via Cimina" to go there! ) where you also can visit the wonderful hotsprings: www.termedeipapi.it

  •  TERME DI STIGLIANO, a really magic place to relax in the warm water of the natural hot springs!
  • www.termedistigliano.it/piscina-termale/
     
      MONTERANO ANTICA a fascinating  ghost town hidden in the forest.
     
    NORCHIA, the unknown Etruscan valley that makes you ask yourself if you are in Aztec valley in  Mexico and not in Italy. 

    BRACCIANO,with it's wonderful and well preserved medieval castle www.castelloodescalchi.it
  •  
    SUTRI where you can see an incredible amphitheatre from Etruscan times,

    TREVIGNANO and ANGUILLARA two charming towns on the Bracciano lake,

    CALCATA, the charming "hippie town" just 15 minutes by car:

    www.calcata.info



    VIA AMERINA ,where you can walk into the forest on Roman cobblestones and see the incredible Etruscan necropolis. This is absolutely a different and fascinating experience.

     LAGO DI VICO, LAGO DI MARTIGNANO, LAGO DI BRACCIANO, where you can sail, swim or just have a walk in these beautiful Italian surroundings. The nature here is something overwhelming! 

  • CAMPAGNANO DI ROMA,our little village has a medieval part with the church of San Giovanni and a characteristic main street Corso Vittorio Emanuele with several pleasent restaurants. If you happen to stay at our property the last sunday of the month, there is a wonderful antique market in CAMPAGNANO DI ROMA

  •  In Rome you can visit the famous PORTA PORTESE Market which is held every Sunday in Via Portuense. It is well worth a visit if you like markets, but ...look up for pickpockets!

    Only a few minutes away from our property you can also visit  "adventure climbing" parks. http://www.trejaadventure.it

    We are happy to help you choose where to go!

To explore the charming medieval Italian villages is really worth it!