Cities near Campagnano di Roma
- 21Italy9 reviews
Gateway to ROME!
- 22Italy1 review
Where do all the young Romans go for Friday afternoons in the summer? Fregene. Tons of fabulous beach bars ranging from casual, to very fancy. The parties start in the afternoon but the real party begins after the sun goes down.
- 23Italy8 reviews
If you are headed to Umbria from Rome and need to stretch your legs, Todi is a perfect place to break up the trip. This pretty hilltown has calming views over the rolling countryside (in case the drive has stressed you out) and is full of small trattorias in the center for a reviving lunch.
- 24Italy2 reviews
Great little town outside Rome for some great seafood and walking along the beach and ocean. Definitely head to the Sicily Rome American Cemetery which can be quite a moving experience. Nettuno is easy to get to by train from Rome and can be an easy day trip.
- 25Italy9 reviews
This town is Beautiful,Quaint and has retained its Charm in spite of its increasing popularity. If you are in the region of Umbria I would suggest that you spend a couple of days in Spoleto. It is small and easy to get around with a small town hospitality you rarely find in Italy.
- 26Italy1 review
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- 28Italy4 reviews
La cittadina è suddivisa nei quartieri del "Centro - Centro storico", "Miami - Cerreto - Campo Sportivo", "Caere Vetus" e di "San Nicola - Monteroni". La piazza principale è da sempre Piazza Marescotti, la cui attuale configurazione risale al 1988 e, recentemente ribattezzata Roberto Rossellini, rendendo così omaggio al noto regista nonché assiduo frequentatore di Ladispoli. Vi è un monumento ...
- 29Italy3 reviews
I live here , 25 minutes from piramide on the metro (every 10 minutes) Technically a part of Rome, it is a small seaside city, a quick escape from the traffic, tourists, and prices in the city center. Surrounded by a national park it is a breath of fresh air during the often sweltering summer months, but it's inhabitants are ...
- 30Italy5 reviews
A lesser known hill town which is yet packed with curious artefacts. Narni Sotterranea is home to bizarre medieval torture instruments, while the town itself allegedly inspired C.S. Lewis' Narnia tales (although he never visited). In April/May check out the Corsa all'Anello, a yearly medieval festival which sees the town come alive with costumes, markets, jousting and taverns.
- 33Italy3 reviews
A must see in italy. A town perched up on a big rock in the middle of a valley. Overlooking beautiful scenery.
- 35Italy3 reviews
If you're looking for a sexy little trip outside of Rome one day, Frascati is not a bad choice. Only about 40 minutes outside of the city (I used to go with my boyfriend on his motorino even) the town, which is part of the Castelli Romani area, is sweet. It's known for lightly sparkling white wine. I recommend buying ...
- 37Italy3 reviews
Small harbour town to the south of Rome, scene of the landings during the second world war. The best pizza I've ever had came from a small place next to the harbour.
- 38Italy2 reviews
Sto cercando qualcosa di bello nella mia citta'
- 39Italy2 reviews
it's my native city! if you like medieval cities, Anagni it's one of the best with a great Cathedral!