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Roma caput mundi: Rome - center of the world.
According to the legend, the origin of Collevecchio dates back to 1253, when a brief signed by Pope Innocent IV authorized the inhabitants of the marshy and infertile area of Muziano to move towards the healthier higher grounds.
Spread out over a volcanic plateau above Lake Nemi, Genzano di Roma is a typical Medieval hill town.
Viterbo is a city that will surprise you with its medieval beauty and its interesting history.
Capranica lies among Mounts Cimini and Sabatini Hills, on top of a tuffaceous stronghold overlooking Via Cassia, at 27 Km from Viterbo and only 60 Km from Rome.
The beautiful setting of Castel Gandolfo has made it a popular retreat for centuries.
Fiuggi has perfectly preserved its rustic charm throughout the centuries, protecting the immense natural beauties from the risks of pollution.
The rocky island of Ponza is a surprise.
The ancient city of Rieti dates back to many millennia prior to the Romans.
Sermoneta lies on a hill, looking down the Via Appia and the Pontine Plain before it runs into the sea.
About an hour north of Rome but a world away from the crowds, Sutri is a historic town with loads of ambiance.
Tarquinia is a medieval city and internationally known archaeological site, the ancient Etruscan capital, in the heart of Southern Etruria.
Valentano sits in a circular cradle on top of a hill surrounded by rolling landscapes near Lake Bolsena.
Acquapendente is a lovely town located right at the border of Tuscany, Lazio and Umbria.
Anguillara Sabazia faces lake Bracciano at approximately 30 Km north of Rome.
Ariccia is a lovely town in the beautiful hills of the Castelli Romani south of Rome.
Arpino is high in the hills between Rome and Naples.
A planned beach resort that deliberately left the waterfront mostly undeveloped provides plenty of sandy stretches and a natural feel.
Bassano Romano is an attractive medieval town tucked between Lake Bracciano and Lake Vico, and protected by the Crimini and Sabatini mountains, north of Rome.
Bolsena lies at the foot of Mounts Volsini at 350 metres above the sea level.
The tiny town of Bomarzo seems other-worldly as its stone center reaches upward on the hilltop.
A hill above the south-western shores of Lake Bracciano (Lago di Bracciano) in northern Lazio, not far from Rome and Viterbo, holds the town of Bracciano.
The medieval Calcata is perched on a rocky plateau which dominates the wood-covered valley of Treja, between Rome and Viterbo.
A pretty town in the gentle Lazio hills north of Rome, Campagnano di Roma retains the atmosphere of the Middle Ages.
The stone hill town of Castiglione in Teverina stradles the border of Lazio and Umbria, occupying some of Italy's attractive rolling landcape.
Civita' Castellana is a truly ancient town in northern Lazio, near the Umbrian border.
The Alban Hills (Colli Albani) have been for ages one of the most pleasurable and definitely the most favourite Roman vacation stay.
Isola del Liri is an interesting little town near Frosinone, in southern Lazio.
Lanuvio is an historic hillside town south of Rome.
The hilltop town of Magliano Sabina sits in amidst a beautiful valley.
Montalto di Castro is a compact walled hill town in the province of Viterbo, just a couple kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea.
Montefiascone, with an enchanting view of Lake Bolsena, sits at 590 metres above-sea-level, on the the highest hill of Mounts Volsini, just 7 Km from Viterbo.
Nepi is a lovely town north of Rome near Lake Bracciano.
Ostia was a commercial city thanks to the great homonym port: its name derives from “ostium”, meaning “river mouth”.
Pescia Roman straddles the Lazio-Tuscany border amid fertile fields that give way to the wide sandy beaches of the coast.
Rocca di Papa is an interesting town with a telling name.
Sitting on a bluff near Viterbo, north of Rome, Ronciglione is a beautiful blend of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architecture in a compact space.
San Felice Circeo sits on a promontory that juts into the Mediterranean Sea, about midway between Anzio and Gaeta.
Soriano rises from a mountain setting among the abundant chestnut forests of northern Lazio.
The ancient Tibur Superbum, as per Virgil’s definition, is located at the foot of Mounts Tibutini, west side of Rome.
Torvaianica is a mostly-modern city south of Rome, best known for its beaches.
Trevignano lies along the placid shoreline of Lake Bracciano, north of Rome.
Tuscania rises at the end of Maremma Viterbese, close to the Lake Bolsena and not far from the sea, north-eastwards from Tarquinia on the Viterbo road.
Vacone is a tiny town in the Sabine Hills north of Rome.
Originally an ancient city with pre-Roman roots, it grew during the Imperial period.
An historic city in the Castelli Romani hills south of Rome, Velletri traces its founding to the tribe of Romulus.
Vetralla is in an area known as Etruria, a land of ancient origins which skirts the border of Lazio and Tuscany.
The lovely town of Vitorchiano grips a bluff at the foot of the Cimini mountains, near Viterbo and 90 km from Rome.
Anzio is a name that many Americans and English are familiar with because of its place in WWII history, but it is also a charming seaside city.
Caprarola is located on the south side of the Cimini Mountains to the east of the Lake Vico, perched on a tuffaceous spur near Viterbo.
Bagnoregio means "royal bath," alluding to its importance as a thermal spa two millennia ago.
Nazzano is less than an hour north of Rome and yet a world away.
Onano represents the northernmost point of Lazio, near Viterbo, at the foothills of Mounts Volsini.
A land of ancient wisdoms, in Sabina any visitors will find extraordinary places filled with the flavor and traditions of craftsmanships.
San Polo di Tarano is an ancient medieval village in the countryside but just 45 minutes from Rome.
Tarano is a charming village located in the Sabina (near Rieti), on the slopes southwest of the mount Cosce, in the hilly area between the River Tiber and the middle valley of the river L'Aia.
The attractive town of Zagarolo is just 36 kilometers from Rome but is far from the hustle and noise.
Guidonia Montecelio, a town in the province of Rome, is located in the area to the northeast of the capital, with a distance of 28 km between the two city centers.
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