The surroundings

Megalithic walls and archaeological areas of ancient Signia, museums and libraries; medieval villages and Karst Lepini Mountain landscapes. Flourishing chestnut woods, higland pastures feauturing an exceptional fauna and floral species.
Spas and thermals baths that are famous all over the world: Fiuggi, Ferentino, Fonte, Filette, Gabinia - Fonte Meo.

historical Art towns: Anagni, Ferentino, Palestrina, Tivoli, Carpineto Romano, Artena, Paliano.

Poetically inspiring villages: Gavignano, Gorga, Motelanico.

An urban centre with prestigious industrial tradition: Colleferro.

Modern entertainment and shopping at the Fashion District Outlet and Rainbow Magicland Amusement Theme Park at Valmontone.

The promontory at Circeo and sandy beaches from Sabaudia to Torvaianica.

Anagni, the Town of Popes

Anagni is a well known town as it was a papal residence in the Middle Ages and it was the birthplace of four popes. The name of Anagni is particularly connected to the events of Pope Boniface VIII and the episode that is remembered in Italian history as the ‘Schiaffo di Anagni’ (Anagni’s Slap).
Walking through medieval streets and squares you will admire stylish austere palaces and Romanesque churches, towers, loggias and simple sombre architecture of the town ...

Carpineto Romano and the encyclical Rerum Novarum

This town is surrounded by Monti Lepini woods and it is one of the most interesting and attractive historical towns in the area. It is especially well known as it was the birthplace of Pope Leo XIII famous for his Rerum Novarum, the Rights and Duties of Capital and Labor. The town’s notable landmarks include Pecci Palace where Pope Leo XIII was born, several churches and noble palaces, ‘La Reggia dei Volsci’ Civic Museum and the permanent Pope Leo XIII’s memorabilia ...

Colleferro, a Planned Community Town

Colleferro is just a few kilometres from Segni. It is a modern and busy urban town. It was built according to a specific urban project in no time and it dates back to 1935. It is an important industrial town where chemical explosives for civilian and military use, cement, thread for nylon tights, train carriages, phosphate fertilizers and missile components have been made. Nowadays it offers good town services for the whole area. There are some fascinating underground air raid shelters that are ...


The town of Cori is monumental, fascinating and well worth a visit. Its origins are rooted in mythology and it is also a town of delights thanks to its special wines. A miss-see is Hercules Temple in late Italia/Doric style on the town’s acropolis and its columns still remain virtually untouched. Popular sites in Cori are also the Chapel of Santissima Annunziata internationally well known for its wonderful fresco paintings of the 1400s circa. The chapel is also known as the Scrovegni Chapel of ...

Fiuggi Thermal Baths

Fiuggi is one of the most popular spa towns in Europe. Its historical centre is hidden up on the hills and its new modern spa town is located in the valley in the midst of chestnut forests. Every year several prestigious events and national and international congresses are held in the town. It also offers a wide range of sport facilities including an 18 hole golf course, that was one of the first ones to be opened in Italy.

Palestrina and the Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia

The National Archaeological Museum of Palestrina is housed inside the Renaissance Barberini Palace, built above the ancient temple of Fortuna. It exhibits the most important works from the ancient town of Praeneste and the surrounding area in different sections related to history, culture and artworks from one of the most important flourishing towns in ancient Latium. The third floor contains a large polychrome mosaic that portrays life on the Nile during the flood, depicted by artists from ...

Rocca Massima, Flying in the Sky – The Flight of the Angel

Why not try a thrilling experience flying on a high security steel cable 2,225 metres long at a high speed of 150 km/h giving you the chance to admire a unique view of the valleys below? It is the longest zipline in the world and it was opened in 2014.

This zipline consists of a steel cable supported by two pillars 2,225 metres long, suspended at a maximum height of 310 metres from the ground that has a drop of 350 metres.

The Garden of Ninfa

The spectacular breathtaking Garden of Ninfa located on the border of Sermoneta, Norma and Cisterna di Latina is a true must-see. It is a romantic English-style garden spreading over eight hectares and it was created by the Caetani family in 1921, on the ruins of the medieval town of Ninfa, some of which were restored during the planning of the garden.

Thousands of botanical species have been imported from all over the world and it is situated along the Ninfa River with ...

The Monti Lepini

The unusual shape of the Lepini mountains, the kind of rock geology and their location not far from the sea have created a wide variety of microclimates that favour a lush and varied vegetation. These mountains are an important and the only one example in Central Italy of karst phenomena, that is a geological phenomena more common in North-East Italy.

Besides being marked by an imposing and gentle natural landscape, the area of the Monti Lepini is also ...


The town of Tivoli is situated at the falls of the Aniene river. The whole area had always been an important landmark in ancient times and it still is today. There has always been an abundance of rich water springs in the area that have favoured an important resource. Several villas were built around the thermal waters and fine examples are the Roman Hadrian’s Villa, Villa D’Este that was built in the 1550s and Villa Gregoriana.
It is a town of art, culture and it has two UNESCO World ...
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