Cities near Fiano Romano for Vegetarian
- 1Italy1161 reviews
While I had the privilege of living in Rome for four years and getting to know it really well, I'd recommend it for a vacation anytime. The mix of amazing food and layers of history is truly unique. If you can, give yourself more than the standard 3 day highlights tour and start to explore the secret bits of Rome-catacombs, ...
- 2Holy See191 reviews
It is a very historical and memorable experience attending the 3pm mass with the pilgrim devotees at Divine Mercy Sunday. On his canonization day, I wrote my prayers at the new chapel of our new Saint John Paul II in the Church of Santo Spirito in Sassia. Our new St. JP II appointed this church as the Divine Mercy Spirituality ...
- 4Italy10 reviews
Small town approximately 40km from Rome in the hills which contains the remains of Hadrian's palace as well as some thermal springs where you can bathe
- 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
Orvieto is a lovely little Umbrian hill town, which is right on the train from Rome and thus not, shall we say, undiscovered. However, the Duomo is one of the loveliest sights in this part of Italy. The white wine from the region, Orvieto Classico, is a must.
- 14Italy9 reviews
Spoleto is a great example of an Italian hill town. It's also the home to the Festival dei Due Mundi-the Spoleto Festival, as it's otherwise known. Off the main piazza, look out for a little trattoria called La Lanterna-its food is not overpriced and it offers daily specials in season. My only amico spoletano (spoletan friend) turned me on to ...
- 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
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.
- 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 tiny town is undiscovered by the English speaking expat set, although full of Dutch. You can stay at the Art Monastery, situated a ten minute walk outside of town in a medieval monastery. The local wine bar, Boccondivino, is right up there with the best of Rome. And the town is perfectly restored with great views of Lago di ...