Sightseeing's of Rome includes the Roman Forum, the Arch of Constantine, Circus Maximus, King Victor Emanuel Monument and the outside view of Coliseum. Rome is an ancient city, still left some of the walls.
Cities near Rome for Art & Design Lovers
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If you have a car and are exploring the area surrounding Rome, the town of Nemi (overlooking a lake with the same name) should be on your list. The town is famous for its tiny wild strawberries – they are delicious. Get a pastry topped with these strawberries and a cup of coffee, sit outside and enjoy beautiful views – ...
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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 ...
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This a huge cruise port west-north-west of Rome. We took the train from Termini station and it worked fine since it ends in Civitavecchia. You can walk from the train station to the cruise shuttle buses and you can buy your return train ticket at a booth right next to the port entrance - watch your change, they seem to ...
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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 ...
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Very charming Italian town with a nice Orsini castle and a spectacular view of the Bracciano lake
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In Etruscan Places, D.H. Lawrence opens his first section "Cerveteri" writing: "The Etruscans, as everyone knows, were the people who occupied the middle of Italy in early Roman days, and whom the Romans, in their usual neighbourly fashion, wiped out entirely in order to make room for Rome with a very big R." What I like about Cerveteri is that ...
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Cute little coastal town good for strolling and bar hopping. The night scene is on the younger side, though you'll find all ages depending where you go. It's quiet in the winter and crowded in the summer. Officina del Pesce is a pretty good restaurant, but there isn't a big foodie scene otherwise.
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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 ...
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A very quaint Italian hill town with a system of caves underground that have quite a fascinating history. The town inspired CS Lewis in naming, Narnia.
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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.
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it's my native city! if you like medieval cities, Anagni it's one of the best with a great Cathedral!
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This tiny lakeside resort-town is a charming place to spend an afternoon or a whole vacation. You can rent paddle boats, canoes, or motor boats and cruise around Lake Piediluco, dine waterside or sun yourself at a rented chair/umbrella area, or, if you time your right, watch rowing races from the bleachers or catch itinerant artistic performances snaking through the ...
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Such a cute town. Just about every alleyway is picturesque and leads to great views; it could be a little cousin of Montepulciano. Much of it (including the castle) is closed outside of the summer months, but you can still walk around during the other seasons and pass the time pleasantly. It's a mountaintop village, so it's got great views ...