Cities near Sacrofano
- 2Italy1170 reviews
Rome, the Eternal City, and epicenter of the Roman Empire which lasted almost a thousand years, is one of the most interesting places that I have ever visited. I've been there twice, and loved each and every minute of it.
- 3Holy See194 reviews
Wow! I was here for a conference and was very much impressed. Security can be very tight so don't wonder off piste.
- 4Italy6 reviews
Very charming Italian town with a nice Orsini castle and a spectacular view of the Bracciano lake
- 5Italy2 reviews
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 ...
- 7Italy3 reviews
me encanta romaaa
- 8Italy1 review
This is a mistake on the system, as Cesaro is actually in Sicily, but the system seems to have it conflated with the Trastevere neighborbood of Rome. Someone more skilled than me as as an admin should fix and merge!
- 12Italy1 review
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- 17Italy23 reviews
Loved Orvieto - great weekend getaway from Rome. This is an amazing city to explore wine in - see if you can find any wineries open to the public that are doing wine or olive oil tastings, taste as much as you can!! Also, eat as many meals as you can, lounge around in the parks by the city walls, ...
- 18Italy9 reviews
Xmas in the land of Saint Valentine. Where in Italy, In Terni, city in the south of Umbria. Shopping, Concerts, Xmas Markets and especially linving Gréches, all around in the small villages near Terni. Delicious food and wine too. A land full of love ideal for travelling
- 19Italy3 reviews
Beautiful Medieval looking village that juts up out of a valley. Be prepared to walk to it. No motorized vehicles.
- 20Italy10 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