Cities near Fiano Romano for Family Travelers
- 1Italy1166 reviews
Rome is, hands down, my favorite city in the world. If you are an art buff, you may find yourself stumbling upon a Bernini sculpture gracing some little piazza that is not even on your map. If you are a history buff, you have ancient rome through the renaissance. If you love food, the cuisine is out of this world. ...
- 2Holy See192 reviews
Vatican City tour brings you to the magnificent St.Peter's Cathedral, see its treasures including Michelangelo's Pieta.
- 4Italy10 reviews
tivoli has three famous villas. we went to one - villa d'este - known for it's gardens and fountains. it is sooooo beautiful, all the greenary and the water. it's especially beautiful at the end of october, when we went, because there are relatively few people and you can enjoy.
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- 11Italy1 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.
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- 14Italy9 reviews
This is the town that first made me fall in love with Umbria, return 10 times and write seven books about the region. It seems almost fake in its central Italian hill town perfection. When you first look at a map, you'll see streets that seem impossibly narrow. And they are; many of the central 'streets' are cobblestone pathways and ...
- 15Italy2 reviews
it's my native city! if you like medieval cities, Anagni it's one of the best with a great Cathedral!
- 16Italy2 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.
- 17Italy3 reviews
I enjoyed spending the day seeing Ostia Anticha, then walking around the town of Lido di Ostia. Some of the beachfront buildings and hotels are quite grand in an old-fashioned way, reminding me of Miami Beach or Viareggio. The were plenty of restaurants and cafes and great public transportation. You can also stay here if you have an early morning ...
- 18Italy23 reviews
Beautiful and pretty accessible Umbrian hill town. Great spot to get a taste of the smaller town Italian life.
- 19Italy9 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 ...
- 20Italy3 reviews
Civita of Bagnoregio was founded by Etruscans over twenty-five hundred years ago but has seen its population dwindle to just fifteen residents over the course of the 20th century. The town is noted for its striking position atop a plateau of friable volcanic tuff overlooking the Tiber river valley, in constant danger of destruction as its edges fall off, leaving ...