TUSCIA AND HOT SPRINGS

This area lies mid way between Rome and Tuscany and it boasts both the scenic countryside of the latter and the historical background of the first. The green landscape of volcanic origins gifted the area with the lakes of Vico and Bolsena, but also with the fertile ground for the production of a renowned oil and some DOC wines.

Tuscia and Hot Springs Map

This area lies mid way between Rome and Tuscany and it boasts both the scenic countryside of the latter and the historical background of the first.
The green landscape of volcanic origins gifted the area with the lakes of Vico and Bolsena, but also with the fertile ground for the production of a renowned oil and some DOC wines (you might have heard of Est!Est!Est!).
The relaxed pace of the the ancient peasant life can still be appreciated in the enchanting medieval towns surrounded by woods of oaks and chestnut trees.And the sandy coastline not far from Civitavecchia with crystal clear water is really tempting!
Here you find Renaissance residences of Cardinals such as the Farnese Palace in Caprarola or Villa Lante in Bagnaia.
But also the road of the pilgrims, Via Francigena, marking important stops with churches and monasteries. And what about the mysterious Etruscan heritage and the healthy hot springs that healed the Popes ? This land will blow your mind!

ROMAN COUNTRYSIDE

SABINE MOUNTAINS 

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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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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”