Cities near Fiano Romano for Business Travelers
- 1Italy1161 reviews
Honestly Rome was a very busy and crowded city! Its full of old and new beauty! The one thing that disappointed me was that It felt dirty almost, trash and cigarettes everywhere. I mean it is Europe but still! Alot of Rome is streets with trash and ghetto if you are not in the main parts or "touristy" areas. Honestly ...
- 2Holy See191 reviews
This is very religious place and most touristic place in Rome. Visit in the church and go up to the Cupolo of the church. Vatican museum have a lot of art exhibitions.
- 4Italy10 reviews
Some of the most amazing gardens you will ever lay your eyes on. I felt transported in time.
- 8Italy1 review
- 10Italy1 review
This tiny town is an undiscovered, "authentic" (though I hate that word) piece of Italy. At the southernmost tip of Umbria, it features a historic Ursuline monastery, incredible views, homemade gelato in the central bar, and great porchetta (roast pork). A nice place to stay if you're looking for a taste of village life.
- 11Italy1 review
- 13Italy23 reviews
I've been all over Italy and this is by far my favorite city! Umbria sees to be a bit untapped, compared to Tuscany. Orvieto still has charm, beauty and while there are crowds, it isn't overrun with tourists. The city is full of quaint, small places to stay and there is plenty to see. A must would be the Orvieto ...
- 14Italy9 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.
- 15Italy7 reviews
Yet another gorgeous hilltop town, this Umbrian gem has been called the world's model sustainable city for its design and its ability to adapt over time. Indeed, it strikes a lovely balance between medieval charm and modern style. But I love it best for its gorgeous city theater, the phenomenal restaurant Antica Hosteria de la Valle, and the views.
- 16Italy4 reviews
Lovely medieval town located in the geographical center of italy. it still has the medieval towers around the city. It's like a ;little precious jewel in the middle of a typical Umbrian green hill. It's really worth seeing!
- 17Italy9 reviews
Terni is a strange, but useful, town in Lazio whose industrial history made it a target for bombings during World War II. Therefore it's beautiful old town is surrounded by newer, cheaper housing projects and box stores lining large, ugly streets. The town has its charms - particularly as you move towards its center - but its main draw is ...
- 18Italy3 reviews
Beautiful Medieval looking village that juts up out of a valley. Be prepared to walk to it. No motorized vehicles.
- 19Italy9 reviews
Il Porto di Civitavecchia, fondato dall’imperatore Traiano, come porta di Roma, ha rappresentato per molti secoli il fulcro degli scambi e dei contatti tra i popoli dell’antico "Mare Nostrum". Ancora oggi, Civitavecchia conserva questa posizione privilegiata, collocandosi al centro di un moderno ed efficiente sistema ferroviario, stradale e aeroportuale che collega la capitale ed il centro Italia con il resto ...
- 20Italy3 reviews
This labyrinthian medieval hill town has been restored by a prominent Belgian architect in the last 50 years, and the result is a stunning, functional, charming destination for strolling, dining, or simply catching a gorgeous view of the Italian countryside from the grassy knoll at the very top of the city. Stop by Boccondivino for world-class upscale dining, Tre Porte ...