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In this page, you will find the maps of the main points of interest of the historic centre of Rome, of the other areas of the Capital City and of Lazio. Discover with us what to visit during your holiday in Rome and compose your own itinerary by following our suggestions.
THE HISTORICAL CENTRE


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It is the area enclosed within the Aurelian Walls (the last ring of walls of the Imperial Rome) and of the Walls Gianicolensi: an area of about 15 square kilometres where the most important archaeological sites of ancient Rome coexist with the art of early Christian churches, with the medieval towers, the renaissance palaces, the religious and civil buildings of the Baroque seventeenth century, squares, neighbourhoods of the Umbertine nineteenth century and the works of the rationalist architecture of the fascist period.
 
CAMPIDOGLIO: One of the 7 hills of Rome with the homonymous Palace (seat of the Mayor of Rome), the square designed by Michelangelo, with the statue of Marcus Aurelius, the Capitoline Museums and the Church of the Aracoeli.
 
CAMPO MARZIO: in which are enclosed Piazza di Spagna (with Trinità dei Monti and the Fontana della Barcaccia), the "Fashion District" (with Via Condotti, Borgognona, Frattina, the Greek Coffee, Via Margutta and Via del Babuino) Piazza del Popolo, the Ara Pacis, the Pincio and Villa Borghese with the Galleria Borghese, that is defined as the "small Louvre” for the richness of its Art Gallery.
 
CELIO: with the Colosseum, Villa Celimontana, the Church of Santo Stefano Rotondo and a small area famous for "gay” hangouts.
 
COLONNA: where are located the Column Antoniana dedicated to Marco Aurelio, The Sordi Gallery, Palazzo Montecitorio, seat of the Chamber of Deputies and Palazzo Chigi, seat of the Government.
 
GIANICOLO: Roman hill which enjoys one of the most beautiful views over the entire city of Rome.
 
THE GHETTO: The "Jewish Quarter" of Rome, with the Synagogue, the Theatre of Marcello, the Portico d'Ottavia and the Fountain of the Turtles.
 
MONTI, the Suburra of the ancient Rome hosts the Fori Imperiali (of Cesare, Augusto, Nerva, Traiano), the Domus Aurea neroniana, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Terme of Traianus and the Torre delle Milizie.
 
PIAZZA NAVONA: one of the most famous squares in Rome, inside which two masterpieces of the roman baroque stand out: the Fountain of the Rivers by Bernini and the Church of Sant'Agnese by Borromini. In the surroundings of the square there are Palazzo Madama (seat of the Senate), the Arch of the Peace, Campo de' Fiori with the statue of Giordano Bruno burned alive as a heretic and the Farnese Palace, seat of the French embassy.
 
PIGNA: it is the ninth district of Rome and encloses the Largo of Torre Argentina, the Church of Jesus, the Pantheon, the Altare della Patria, the Piazza and the Palazzo Venezia.
 
PONTE: with the Ponte S. Angel (overlooking the eponymous famous castle) sadly famous for centuries '500, '600 and '700 as a site of capital executions, also encloses the Via dei Coronari (antiques) and Palazzo Taverna.
 
RIPA: The most ancient district of Rome, includes the Colle dell'Aventino (with the Romanesque churches of Santa Sabina and Sant'Alessio, the palace of the priory of Malta, with his now famous "keyhole ", the Giardino degli Aranci and the Roseto), the "Mouth of Truth", the Circus Maximus and the Church of the Velabrum.
 
TERMINI STATION: The main railway terminal of the city, where we find the remains of the walls serviane (the oldest), the Terme di Diocleziano, Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza Vittorio (with the Roman Chinatown), Porta Maggiore, the Opera Theatre and the Viminale Palace, seat of the Ministry of the Interior.
 
TESTACCIO: born on the "Monte dei Cocci" originally the district devoted to homes of the labourers, today it is the area of the "Movida Romana" with discos, pubs and trendy restaurants. The district encloses the Pyramid of Cestius, Porta San Paolo, the "English Cemetery" and Via Marmorata, with the Fountain of the Amphorae.
 
TRASTEVERE: the district symbol of "the Roman People" is located on the right bank of the Tiber (trans Tiber) with the Fontanone dell'Acqua Paola and the Tempietto of Saint Peter in Montorio of Bramante on the Janiculum Hill , the Regina Coeli Prison, the Botanical Garden, the Villa della Farnesina (seat of the Accademia dei Lincei), the House of Dante, the Square and the Church of Santa Maria in Trastevere and Porta Portese, which hosts the most famous Italian flea market.
 
TREVI: where are located the famous fountain, Fontana del Tritone, Palazzo Barberini and the Palazzo of the Quirinale (seat historically in succession of the Pope as head of the Pontifical State, then of the King of Italy from 1870 to 1946 and currently of the President of the Republic.
 
VIA VENETO: the street symbol of "Dolce Vita" of the years '50 - '60, with the big and luxurious hotels (Excelsior, Flora, Ambassadors, etc.) the coffee shops (Doney, Cafe de Paris) and the night clubs (Jackie O) frequented by the international jet set. On the street, you can find also the Palazzo Margherita, seat of the Embassy of the United States of America, the Hard Rock Cafe, the Capuchin Crypt and the Fountain of the Bees by Bernini.
SAINT PETER


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Officially called State, Vatican City is the smallest sovereign state in the world both for the population and for the surface. It is an enclave in the city of Rome that extends between the Borgo district, the beginning of the Via Aurelia and the hill of the Gianicolo. Inside the State are enclosed the most important religious buildings of the Catholic Church.
 
The Basilica of Saint Peter: (located in the monumental square of the same name, crowned by the famous colonnade, work of Gian Lorenzo Bernini): it is the largest of the four basilicas of Rome and it is considered to be the largest church in the world. Like the Papal Chapel adjacent to the Apostolic Palaces it is the location of the main events of Catholic worship, such as for example the Christmas and Easter celebrations, the rites of Holy Week, the proclamation of the new Pontiffs, the opening and closing of the Jubilees, the canonizations of Saints, etc. inside the Basilica, among the numerous monuments, statues and paintings, stand the Canopy of St Peter by Bernini and the famous Pietà by Michelangelo. The Basilica is surmounted by an impressive dome ("er cupolone"), which together with the Coliseum, represents the image and the symbol of Rome.
 
Vatican Museums: they constitute one of the largest collections of art in the world, with the huge collection of works of art accumulated over the centuries by the Popes. On average 30,000 people every day walk along the 7 km of halls and corridors, where it is possible to admire the masterpieces.
 
Sistine Chapel: is the main chapel of the Apostolic Palaces and concludes the tour of the Vatican Museums. It is known throughout the world because it is the place where the Conclave for the election of the Pope is held, and because it is decorated with one of the most renowned art work, the Universal Judgment, the frescoes by Michelangelo covering the vault and the bottom wall above the altar.
 
Passetto di Borgo: (called by the Romans "er corridore"): this is the portion of the Vatican walls that connects the Apostolic Palaces with Castel S. Angel to allow the Pope to take refuge in the castle: in 1494 Pope Alexander VI Borgia found shelter there from the invasion of the French militias of Charles VIII, like on the 6 May 1527 Pope Clement VII used Il Passetto during the Sack of Rome by the Landsknecht of Charles V.

Castel Sant'Angelo: Built by the emperor Hadrian in 125 as his funeral mausoleum (and therefore originally named Mole Adriana), was then transformed by the Popes in a real medieval castle, used both as a bastion of defence against invasions and as a prison.
FORO ITALICO


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Inaugurated in 1932 with the name of Foro Mussolini, it is a vast sport complex on the slopes of Monte Mario (the highest point in the city) which includes in addition to the Stadium of the Marmi, the one of Tennis, of Swimming and even the Olympic Stadium. This is the most important multipurpose stadium of the city, which hosts the internal matches of the teams of Lazio and Roma, the two major football teams of the capital, as well as meeting of athletics, sometimes matches of the Italian national rugby team and extra sport events such as concerts and theatre performances. In 1960, it was the seat of the competitions of athletics of the XVII Olympic games and in 1990 was the seat of the final of the FIFA World Cup.

In the surroundings of the Foro Italico we find:
  • The Palazzo della Farnesina, seat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • The MAXXI, Museum of Arts of the XXI century designed by the Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid.
  • The Auditorium Parco della Musica, multifunctional complex designed by Renzo Piano that hosts musical and cultural events of various kinds, including the symphonic season of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia and the Rome Film Festival.
  • The Olympic Stadium
  • The Central Tennis Stadium
OSTIA/THE SEA OF ROME


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Traditionally considered the "sea of Rome", Ostia is known for its bathing establishments, some of which date back to the twenties of the twentieth Century.
Ostia Antica: the harbour of the ancient Rome, where used to dock ships coming from every part of the Mediterranean Sea offloading the goods that were then transferred on barges which sailed up the river Tiber until the port of Ripa Grande. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in Italy for the richness and the state of conservation of its ruins.
Castel Fusano: it is the southern coast of Ostia, surrounded by a large pine forest and a thick maquis: on its beach lies the famous bathing establishment of the Kursaal, that animated the summers of the Romans in the legendary sixties.
Capocotta: is the tract of coast with sand dunes between Castel Fusano and Torvaianica, where stands the estate of the President of the Republic and the  homonymous natural oasis.
EUR


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Is the architectural-urban complex of modern Rome, designed and started during the period of Fascism, stopped for the outbreak of the war and completed in the years '50-'60. It includes some of the most significant examples of rationalist architecture, such as the Palace of the Italian Civilization (called by the Romans the square Colosseum), the Conference Palace, and the buildings housing the Museum of Roman Civilization, the Prehistory and Ethnography National Museum Pigorini and the National Museum of the Early Middle Ages.
 
The area also includes:
  • The Small Lake, modern green area with small artificial lake
  • The Sport Palace, conceived and designed by the architects Marcello Piacentini and Pier Luigi Nervi and built on the occasion of the XVII Olympic games (1960) to host indoor competitions of basketball, volleyball, fencing, gymnastics, weights lifting and boxing. It stands as a futuristic flying saucer. Today it has taken on the commercial name of Palottomatica and in addition to sporting events also hosts events and concerts.
  • The Nuvola is the new Congress Centre of Rome: conceived and designed by Massimiliano Fuksas, it is located between Viale Cristoforo Colombo and Viale Europa and is intended to host events of various types such as conferences, shows and exhibitions.
APPIA ANTICA


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The "regina viarum" which linked Rome to Brundisium (Brindisi), one of the main ports of ancient Italy. Large stretches of the road (those close to the Aurelian Walls of Rome) are still today preserved and practicable, and are destination of the archaeological tourism.
 
Here we find:
The Baths of Caracalla: one of the most magnificent examples of Imperial Baths in Rome, commissioned by the Emperor Caracalla in an area adjacent to the initial stretch of Via Appia.
The Palace of the FAO: on Viale Aventino, between the Circus Maximus and the Baths of Caracalla, headquarters of the United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture.
The Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella: at the III kilometre of the via Appia Antica.
Porta San Sebastiano: the largest and one of the best preserved door of the Aurelian Walls: originally Porta Appia, because from there passed the Via Appia. Curiosity: in the forties of the twentieth century it was occupied and inhabited by the fascist hierarch Ettore Muti.
Fosse Ardeatine: ancient pozzolan quarries inside which on the 24 March 1944 were barbarously murdered 335 Italian  civilians and soldiers by the Nazi SS as reprisal of the partisan attack perpetrated the day before in Via Rasella against a German battalion.
Catacombs: along the via Appia Antica, the most famous and most visited are those of San Callisto and San Sebastiano.
Villa dei Quintili: archaeological site situated at the height of the V kilometre of the Via Appia Antica.
Capannelle Racecourse for gallop horse races and location of many Italian films of the years '50-'60. Today the seat of important events and concerts by famous artists and musical groups.
CINECITTA’


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Situated on the Via Tuscolana, they are the largest and most famous cinematographic production studios in Europe. Founded as the "City of Cinema” in 1937 by Benito Mussolini, who considered the cinema a powerful means to achieve political consensus, in the years preceding the Second World War it was the protagonist of the so-called "white phones” film trend.
In the post-war period Cinecittà was renamed the “Hollywood on the Tiber river” for the big amount of cinematographic production, both qualitatively and quantitatively. In the years '50-'60 there was not an American producer, director or actor who has not worked at least once at Cinecittà.
A beautiful evocative "path" of Cinecittà is at the disposal of the visitors.
THEME PARKS


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- Zoomarine: Fun and learning go hand in hand in Zoomarine, the first Italian theme park dedicated to world of marine animals. Born in 1991 in Portugal, the project arrives in Italy in 2005 thanks to the winning formula that unites the environmental education to aquatic attractions, the scientific information to swimming pools, slides and 4d cinema. A combination that continues to attract families, satisfying adults and children.
- Raimbow MagicLand: Six hundred thousand square meters of fun, colours and fantasy to dream among magical environments and get lost in exciting adventures. All this and much more is Rainbow MagicLand, the amusement park a few kilometres from Rome dedicated to magic. Many characters, music and adrenaline for the whole family. A dimensional jump between magical castles, Vikings, magical fairies, powerful sorcerers and skilful adventurers with thirty-five different attractions for all tastes.
- Cinecittà World: is a theme park dedicated to the big screen, built in the former studios of Dino De Laurentiis at Castel Romano, along the Pontina, 10 kilometres from the Grande Raccordo Anulare and in the vicinity of the outlet. The park presents itself in all its magnificence, through the scenery of the maestro Dante Ferretti, three times Oscar award, that evoke the cinematographic genres.
- Hydromania: here you will find beautiful swimming pools, water slides and water games. The attractions of the park are the kamikaze, the toboggan, slides with several tracks, whirlpool and swimming pool with artificial waves. The park offers the possibility to spend a relaxing and refreshing day.
- Bioparco of Rome: it is located in the heart of Villa Borghese; extends over 18 hectares and has more than 1000 animals of 200 different species of mammals, birds and reptiles. Guided tours are available for classes, students and schools. It is an adventure in nature, in the heart of Rome.          
- Luneur: An important part of the history of Rome, Luneur is the oldest amusement park of Italy, built in 1953 on the occasion of the Agriculture Expo and became the symbol of the Eur, district that hosts it and from which borrowed the name.
- Treja Adventure: You will have the opportunity to explore the nearby woods between the foliage of oaks, thanks to forest acrobatic paths suspended on the shafts, constituted by walkways, Tibetans bridges, overhead platforms in wood and cordage, lianas, cables and pulleys.
- Park Club: The Park Club of Frosinone, operates all year round, with swimming and tennis courses. During summer, there is a big water park "Aquapark Ciociaria". This has some of the typical attractions: Kamikaze, 3 toboggan (2 open and 1 completely closed) and another small "baby” Kamikaze. In addition to the classical Wave Pool, you will find a lovely lagoon with a mini Toboggan for children and a third pool (with pebbles bottom), with a "mushroom” in the centre, from which start three slides for children.
- Adventure Park Riva dei Tarquini: In the province of Viterbo, a few kilometres from Tarquinia there is the Adventure Park Riva dei Tarquini that extends on a surface of 40.000 sqm in the striking pinewood of the homonymous Camping Village. The Park proposes 6 adventure paths of increasing difficulty and other exciting attractions such as the Powerfun Tower, to experience the thrill of a free fall, the vertical climbing wall with three levels of difficulty, Zorbing, the unique PVC sphere with which you can roll down a hill, and Kistenklettern or Box Climbing to stack and climb the highest number of plastic crates. For all the activities, we guarantee maximum safety with state-of-the-art equipment: helmet, sling, snap-hooks and pulleys.
OASIS AND NATURAL PARKS


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 - PARK OF VEIO: What a fate for the lands of Rome rivals. Yesterday the southern edge of the Etruria, enemy to be defeated that only Furio Camillo in 396 B.C. managed to conquer. Today the precious green lung for the citizens of the capital in search of relaxation and good air at the gates of the metropolis. Fifteen thousand hectares wide, the Park of Vejo extends in the north of Rome between Via Flaminia and Via Cassia and includes the so-called Agro Veientano, in a territory where the naturalistic and historical-cultural components blend in a landscape of particular value.

-MUNICIPAL ROSE GARDEN Rome is a city that never stop to amaze and surprise the millions of tourists that every year visit its monuments, the archaeological areas and its historical centre because it has the capacity to reveal always new places and new spells that inevitably attract its guests. There is in Rome a hill that more than any other is the ideal place where to fall in love for the first time or to go, as lovers, to spend happy and unforgettable moments. We are talking about the Aventine Hill where you can get lost between the aromas and the fragrances of the Oranges’ Garden and of the Municipal Rose Garden that welcomes visitors from the month of May to October during the period in which the roses bloom and fill the garden with colours and perfumes. A unique and unrepeatable experience, not to be missed for any reason in the world. There are more than a thousand species of roses from all five continents which constitute the Collections of the Rose Garden

- BOTANICAL GARDEN:  Twelve hectares of park, two thousand square meters of greenhouses to accommodate tropical plants, are the numbers of the Botanical Garden of Rome, one of the largest in Italy. Walking inside the garden to discover the extraordinary plants and botanical essences, sitting on the benches to relax and read a book, seeking refreshment in the shade of the most majestic trees in the hot summer days. Inside the Garden, the remarkable staircase of the Eleven Fountains deserves a stop, conceived and designed by Fuga, consisting of five tanks from which spring eleven jets of water between the decorative elements along the edges. The cultivated species are organized and distributed by sectors and branches within the surface of the botanical garden; among the different species, it is recommended to admire the nine greenhouses which preserve the prestigious tropical plants, the garden of aquatic plants, the Japanese garden and the Mediterranean garden.

- BOMARZO MONSTERS’ PARK: Few are the more representative artistic sites of the era in which were built like the Monsters’ Park of Bomarzo, in the province of Viterbo. It was built by Vinicio Orsini in memory of his wife. He commissioned the architects Pirro Ligorio and Jacopo Barozzi from Vignola to place in the park "impossible” buildings, monsters and mythological animals. It was the XVI century. The alchemical influences were very strong and it was the rich and creative time of the Renaissance. Several inscriptions tend to amaze and confuse the visitors more than to guide them. The symbols mix and overlap. In time, many were the academics who tried, not without frustration, to understand its logic. The puzzles are hidden everywhere. There is a house inclined. There are very mysterious statues. The citations may relate to works of Ariostor and of Petrarch. The technique and the virtuosity dominate all the monumental complex.
VILLAS


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- VILLA TORLONIA: Villa Torlonia is a small jewel in neoclassical style that is located not far from Porta Pia on via Nomentana. It belonged to the families Pamphili and Colonna that in previous centuries used it, as it was common at the time, as a country estate, the villa changed appearance when it was purchased in the nineteenth century by the Torlonia who entrusted the task to restructure it to Valadier. Valadier ordered the avenues of the garden, introduced the neoclassical statues and worked on two buildings making them become the Casino of the Princes - today the seat of prestigious temporary art exhibitions - and the Palace of the Villa today perfectly restored and returned to the fruition of many tourists and Romans that crow together on weekends.

- VILLA DORIA PAMPHILJ: The Villa, belonged to the noble family of the Doria Pamphilj, was purchased by the Municipality of Rome in two different moments, the first in the mid-fifties, the second, for the remaining part, at the beginning of the Seventies of the Twentieth Century. It is interesting to observe how the natural environment of the Villa is very similar to the past, when it was the country estate of the important patrician Roman family of the Doria Pamphilj. The Villa is composed of three separate bodies but in close relationship between them: the Casino of the Algardi, seat of the representative of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the Italian Gardens in the pure Renaissance style, the area of the pinewood and, finally, the country estate itself, for a total of 180 hectares.

- VILLA CELIMONTANA: On top of the Celian Hill, from which the name, Villa Celimontana is located in one of the most suggestive and charming  corners of the capital. Opposite there is the Palatine hill with the ancient ruins of the city of Rome and besides, the majesty and the magnificence of the coliseum​. The entrance is today situated in Piazza della Navicella which takes its name from a beautiful fountain at the centre of a square where there is also the church of Santa Maria in Domnica one of the most ancient churches in Rome and among the most wanted, also by foreigners, to celebrate weddings.

- VILLA ADA: Along the Via Salaria, leaving from Rome in the direction of the Grande Raccordo Anulare, between the Parioli and Trieste district, there is one of the widest public park of the city after the one of Villa Doria Pamphilj. The realization of the park and of some small outbuildings dates back to the Eighteenth Century when the culture of the landscape garden emerged; before then the Villa was the seat of the Irish College within a large farm.

- VILLA ADRIANA : Just a few kilometres from the city of Tivoli, Villa Adriana - a complex of monumental structures, water and garden architectures that extends on a tuff plateau of 120/200 hectares - represents one of the fundamental building complexes of the first half of the II century A.D. It Is the residence of the Emperor Publio Helium Adriano, distant from the capital only 17 miles. The villa is the result of a unitary design. The site plan layout is complex and studied before the realization, as demonstrated by the effectiveness and accuracy of the functions: the water and sewage system and, especially, the network of communications and services. The buildings are arranged according to discontinuous axis in view of a scenic and spectacular composition that alternates the buildings to wide-open areas. The complex develops from a central core consisting of an ancient villa, of republican age (the end of the II century A.D.) that Adriano restored and inserted in his project, and that was perhaps relevant to a previous property of the family Elia returned to Adrian after the marriage with his cousin Sabina.

- VILLA D’ESTE: Its geographical location, about 30 km from the centre of Rome and just a few steps from the Tiburtina Railway Station and from the motorway A24, makes it suitable for a day visit from the capital. In the immediate vicinity, you can find Villa Gregoriana, 750 mt, a splendid and fascinating natural park immersed in the green and surrounding the ancient bed of the river Aniene, and Villa Adriana, Unesco site and seat of an international festival which takes place between June and July, and can be reached on foot from the Villa d'Este using a cycle track of 3.5 km. The three Villas orbit around the town of Tivoli, the ancient "Tibur Superbum" as it was called by Virgilio, a small archaeological paradise that has really a lot to offer to its visitors. Thanks to the efforts for the election of Pope Julius III, in 1550 the Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, son of the famous Lucrezia Borgia and of Alfonso I d'Este, was appointed governor of Tivoli for life.  He had the bad surprise to discover that his residence would have been a narrow and old Benedictine monastery near the church of S. Maria Maggiore, that did not befit the comfort to which he was accustomed in Ferrara.  He immediately decided to transform it into a sumptuous villa and he commissioned the project to the Neapolitan architect Pirro Ligorio.  During the difficult and long construction works, Ligorio realized an imposing hydraulic system to convey a huge quantity of water of the Aniene river to the slope on which he would have built a magnificent residence and made one of the most amazing gardens of the time.  To realize this majestic project, the Cardinal managed to obtain the permission to use the marble of the Tomb of Cecilia Metella on the Appia Antica, largely used to build the fifty fountains and the many jets that still today decorate the park in a continuous exchange of views, perspectives and water games. Many of the sculptures that enrich the various games of water are dedicated to Greek myths such as the Grotta di Diana, the Fountain of Pegaso or the Loggia of Pandora. Some of them have singular forms, like the Fountain of the Bicchierone, which saw the intervention of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and the Rometta, where you will find a miniature of the most representative monument of Rome, the wolf with the twins Romulus and Remus. One of the major attractions of the park is the Fountain of the Organ fully powered by the movements of the water and perfectly functioning still today.

- VILLA GREGORIANA:  It takes its name from Pope Gregory XVI, which in1826 reacted in a decisive way to the disaster caused by the umpteenth flooding of the Aniene river. This river, one of the main tributaries of the River Tiber, was not new to natural disasters, which always put the lives of the inhabitants of Tivoli at risk. In order to secure the area and, especially, to demonstrate a strong will to control and manage the Papal State, the Pontiff commissioned a great project to Clement Fochi, which was at the base of the creation of a very romantic green area. The architect conceived the tunnel of Monte Catillo where a double gallery diverted the course of the Aniene and took the river back to its original course through the creation of a majestic waterfall, more than 120 meters high.
THE THERMAE


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 - TERME DEI PAPI: In the heart of Tuscia, just two kilometres far from Viterbo, gushes out the famous thermal waters already known to the Etrus​cans first and to the Romans then. Sung by poets, frequented by the great Popes and by famous artists, the Terme dei Papi still dispense beauty and wellness ensuring a relaxing stay made even more unforgettable by the beautiful attraction surrounding them. It should however be emphasized that the Terme dei Papi are equipped with a modern cosmetic and beuty Centre that, using an advanced technology, exploits the beneficial effects of the waters and of the muds for the treatment of dermatological problems and for beauty treatments, assisted by the new line of cosmetic products specifically designed by the Spa Centre.
 
- ACQUE ALBULE OF TIVOLI: Just twenty kilometres from Rome and eight from Tivoli​, these thermal baths offer, both to tourists and to the Romans, the opportunity to spend a vacation of health and not only ….
Art, history, culture, scents, flavours, suggestive landscapes and beautiful surroundings to visit, will be the frame of unforgettable days of true relaxation, that will significantly rise from the magnificent physical form regained and from the beautiful appearance of a luminous, rejuvenated and relaxed face.
 
- TERME DI STIGLIANO: The Waters of the Thermal Baths of Stigliano, located in the locality of Canale Monterano, 50 km from Rome, are among the most iodized in Europe and gush from various hot springs at a temperature ranging between 36 and 58°C.; the main sources are those of the Bagno Grande (39°), of the Bagnarello or of the Grotto (53°) and of the Fangaia (55°). The thermal cures consist mainly in baths, mud baths, showers, inhalations, sprays, aerosols and massages; furthermore, the Thermae has sudoriferous caves inside which the steam emanates from hot springs at a natural temperature of 51°C. The thermal mud used in the establishment, instead, are obtained from the muddy materials extracted from siliceous-clay deposits present on the spot and then left to mature in the spring thermal waters.
THE PATHS


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- VIA FRANCIGENA: The great pilgrimage route in Europe and in Italy is the Via Francigena. It was used as a means of access by the Franks, as the road for merchants and travellers on which circulated ideas, art, legends, languages, traditions. In this sense, the Via represents a great testimony of the ancient roots of the European cultural identity. The track, in its Langobardic part, comes down from the Alps, crosses Emilia Romagna and Tuscany and reaches the North of Lazio. It passes through Acquapendente, where there is the sacellum, an imitation of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, Bolsena, note for the miracle of Santa Rosa, Capranica, Sutri, Campagnano, Formello, and arrives in Rome from Monte Mario, the ancient Mons Gaudii, named in this way for the joy that the wayfarer felt seeing the Eternal City.
CIAMPINO


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Terminal of the second airport of Rome (hub of the low-cost airline Ryanair) is the town considered "the door of the Castelli Romani". From Ciampino depart the roads that lead to numerous neighbouring localities. For example, Marino, where the Festival of the grape is celebrated every year, and Albano, where there is the homonymous lake. You can continue towards Castel Gandolfo, seat of the Papal Palace, Ariccia (famous for its porchetta) and Genzano (known for home-made bread). From Ciampino you can also reach Rocca di Papa (with the Campi di Annibale), Nemi (the village of strawberries and witches), Frascati (with its Villas Tuscolane) and Grottaferrata (where there is the Abbey of San Nilo and Squarciarelli).
FIUMICINO


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Independent Municipality (even if previously was part of the XIV town hall of the Municipality of Rome), it is situated at the mouth of the Tiber and hosts the most important and busy civil airport (Leonardo Da Vinci) in Italy and one of the most important and busy of Europe. In the vast area of the town of Fiumicino we also find:
The Sacred Island: with an important tourist and fishing port as well as numerous shipyards, in addition to the archaeological area of Porto.
Fregene: One of the most popular seaside resort of the Roman coastline, frequented in the sixties by known celebrities of the showbusiness, entrepreneurs, politicians.
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