103 Other Adventures In and Around Rome

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103 OTHER ADVENTURES IN AND AROUND ROME

A book by Silvia Prosperi and Bill Richards.
Ready to take a deeper dive into your discovery of Rome?
Beyond the most famous sites, countless adventures await.

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Zipline “Flying in the Sky”

The longest zipline in Europe is in Rocca Massima, 70 kms south from Rome. You can experience a real flight of a couple of minutes surrounded by the peaceful panorama of Ciociaria countryside and reach the speed of 150 km/h. A thrilling moment in your day trip in Ciociaria.

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Viterbo and around

Viterbo never fails a visitor, with romantic corners and a long history related to Popes and saints. It is a perfect destination to appreciate the life of an Italian small town, rich in cultural events and never hectic. The surroundings offer a great variety of option to build your perfect day trip.

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Mount Soratte

Mount Soratte was chosen by Mussolini to build a huge war shelter for the Italian Government, but it ended up been used by the occupant Nazi army! During the "cold war" it was turned into an advanced fallout shelter. Finally in 2001 the local municipality was returned this area and it is now open to the public.

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Civita di Bagnoregio

Civita di Bagnoregio is known as “the dying town” for the process of erosion that is slowly but relentlessly erasing this ancient Etruscan site and later medieval village. A scenic bridge connects the main residential area of Bagnoregio to the “Civita” where you are surrounded by the ravins, the local “calanchi”