Around Rome

Provincia di Roma

Around Rome

Do you want a trip out of town around Rome?

Left Inspire from this list of 25 must-see places and day trips to do in the day starting from Rome.

Rome is an immense city, rich in history and things to see. Of certainly not a couple of days are enough to explore it all: from the Way.

Appia to the Colosseum, from the Pantheon to the Vatican, from Trastevere to Gianicolo, in Rome there is always something new to discover and give to do.

Then just move away from the center a little bit and explore the areas surround the city, to find suggestive tourist attractions and stimulants. In short, things to do and see in Rome and around surroundings are many and all deserving.

Whatever your interests and passions are, in fact, moving you from the center of Rome and exploring the surroundings of the city, you can find places that will surprise you.

Archaeological excavations, Roman villas, seaside resorts, small villages unknown, enchanted gardens, breathtaking natural scenery and places unusual: you just have to choose your destination and organize a trip out door that will give you unforgettable memories.

Are you looking for a destination to visit around Rome? Here are many ideas for a trip around Rome.

Anzio (Antium)

Anzio an Italian town of 54,211 inhabitants of the Metropolitan City of Rome Capital in New York. The ancient town of Anzio, Anzio Latin (current Anzio and Nettuno), was for a Long-term Capital of...

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CastelGandolfo

Castel Gandolfo

Castel Gandolfo is an Italian town of 8 762 inhabitants  in the metropolitan city of Roma Capitale, in the Castelli Romani area. The town is part of the circuit of the most beautiful villages...

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Castelli Romani (Roman Castles)

Castelli Romani ( Roman Castles)

With the name of Castelli Romani it indicates a set of towns or cities of the Alban Hills located a short distance from Rome, in part of the territory of the Lazio Vetus. As...

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Etruscan Lazio

Lazio is a region waiting to be discovered. Many people know the hundreds of Roman sites throughout the area but not everyone knows that this area of central Italy, particularly that which extends between Tuscany and Lazio,...

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Bracciano Lake

Lake Bracciano

Lake Bracciano (Italian: Lago di Bracciano) is a lake of volcanic origin in the Italian region of Lazio, 32 km (20 mi) northwest of Rome. It is the second largest lake in the region (second only to Lake Bolsena) and one of the major lakes of Italy....

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Villa D'Este Tivoli

Villa Adriana & Villa D’Este – Tivoli

If you have an extra day it is worth getting to Tivoli, about 25 km from Rome VILLA ADRIANA built between 118 and 138 AD by Adrianohttp://www.romecaputmundi.sitoin24h.it/roman-empire/ (Publius Aelius Hadrianus) probably born in Italica,...

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