Rome & its Roman Castles

Period: Available all the year, on request
Location: Rome
Price: Starting from 450.00 euro per person (Price per person in dbl room)


Explore Rome and its surroundings, discovering lakes, hills and carachteristic villages tasting wine and eating typical food like the famous “Porchetta di Ariccia”


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  • Cathedrals Churches
  • Food
  • Gastronomy-gourmet
  • Historical sites
  • Museums-galleries
  • Wine tasting

Day 1:

Arrival in Rome Airport and transfer to Rome city center. We will start our visit with a beautiful walking tour among the classic monuments of Rome. Crossing Piazza della Repubblica with the Fountain of the Nayads, our local guide will take us on a pleasant stroll through the historical center, where we can admire the beautiful Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, la Colonna di Marco Aurelio, Palazzo di Montecitorio, designed by Bernini, the Pantheon (visit inside), Palazzo Madama seat of the Senate, Piazza Navona. Time at leisure for relax and shopping. In the evening, dinner in a cozy restaurant in Trastevere. Overnight.


Day 2:

After breakfast at Hotel, meeting with our guide for the private tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel (with a reservation we will skip the queue). After having lunch in a typical restaurant, in the afternoon we will proceed with the tour of the imperial Rome and we will visit The Coliseum, the Arch of Constantine erected in the IV century a.D. and the Arch of Titus I century a.D. We will continue walking through the Roman Forum, the biggest archaeological area in the world and arriving on the top of the Capitole hill, nowadays seat of the City Hall, we can admire the beautiful square designed by Michelangelo Buonarroti with the Palazzo Conservatori and the Palazzo Nuovo which hosts important Museums. After that, going down the Capitole Hill we’ll get directly into Venice Square where we will be astonished by the Vittoriano, the biggest European monument. In the evening, dinner in a nice restaurant in Rome. Overnight.


Day 3:

After breakfast at Hotel, we will discover the famous Roman Castel area proceeding towards Castel Gandolfo, the place where the Popes traditionally spend their summer holidays with a  beautiful panorama over the charming lake of Albano of volcanic origin. In the afternoon, we will continue visiting Albano, Genzano and the picturesque village of Nemi. Here, in a historical “norcineria” you’ll taste the characteristic and traditional products of the region, such as “porchetta”, sausages, cheese and homemade bread, served with glasses of the castles’ DOC wine. Dinner and overnight stay in the castles area.


Day 4:

After breakfast, departure for a guided visit of Frascati, where it’s possible to admire the magnificent Tuscolane Villas. Prosecution for Grottaferrata with the Basilica of San Nilo and Marino, famous for the Grape festival with a walk inside the Medieval village of Saint Lucia where we will enjoy a special Wine-tasting in a local cellar. Then we will proceed towards Ariccia for a typical lunch in a “Fraschetta Romana” (a particular location intended for the consumption of wine and salty food). Afterwords we will visit the park and Chigi Palace of Ariccia, an exemple of baroque art. In the evening we will come back to the hotel, for the dinner and the accommodation.


Day 5:

After breakfast, departure for Tivoli, famous for its beautiful villas with incredibly rich gardens animated by waterfalls and waterworks. We will visit the famous Villa D’ Este and Villa Adriana, the latter required by the emperor Adrian and composed of palaces, theatres, thermae and courtyards.  At the end of the visits transfer to Rome Airport.





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