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What you should know about Castelli Romani

Castelli Romani is well known for its excellent food and wines, and when coupled with the outstanding beauty of the Alban Hills, it’s easy to see why Romans have frequented this area for centuries. Located approximately 20 miles from Rome, this former volcanic area is home to a dozen towns offering a range of things to see and do. In contrast to the bustling streets of Rome it offers blissful tranquility and serene surroundings, where you can experience the best in local produce while enjoying the gorgeous natural landscape.

Hotels in Castelli Romani


As the area covers several towns, you can expect a range of Castelli Romani hotels depending on your taste and budget. You’ll find plenty of discount accommodation in Castelli Romani that offer all of the basic amenities travelers on a budget need, as well as more upmarket offerings. Notable properties include the Castelli Romani’s 4-star Hotel Villa Mercede with its casino, spa and outdoor pool for those seeking a taste of luxury. The Hilton Garden Inn is another great high-end choice in the area—located near the airport it provides ease of access to those visiting the Castelli Romani area.

Things to see in Castelli Romani


The best-known part of Castelli Romani is the town of Frascati, which has been a favorite getaway for Romans for hundreds of years. Here you can enjoy the town’s fantastic white wines and delicious cuisine, as well as taking in the beautiful buildings such as Villa Aldobrandini—anyone can enjoy a stroll around the villa’s enchanting gardens. A short 4-mile drive from Frascati and you can visit what remains of the Roman town of Tusculum. Amid the tranquil scenery lies the ruin of an amphitheater from the 2nd century AD, and some of the best views in the area can be found atop the hill here. Another town that is well worth a visit is Castel Gandolfo, which is where the Pope has his summer residence. The town commands spectacular views over Lago Albano lake and the surrounding hills, and also has some great places to visit, including the papal residence’s extensive gardens and museum.

Good for couples


The charming area of Castelli Romani is perfect for those who wish to experience Italy, but are seeking a more relaxed environment than you would expect in nearby Rome. With around a dozen picturesque towns to visit, each with its own sights and gorgeous views across the Alban Hills, it’s an ideal choice for couples seeking a romantic getaway or those who choose to travel in Castelli Romani alone. With plenty of local produce to sample, from wines to porchetta boneless pork, it’s also the perfect location for lovers of food and drink who want to get a true taste of Italy.

How to get to Castelli Romani


Reaching Castelli Romani is a simple matter of flying into Rome and making your way from there, with several transport options available to you. Two airports serve the city of Rome—Ciampino Airport (mainly for European budget airlines) and Fiumicino Airport (the main international airport). Ciampino Airport is located conveniently close to Castelli Romani, with towns such as Frascati and Marino reached in less than 20 minutes by car. From Rome itself, you can travel by car or bus, or by taking one of the trains that connect the capital with several of the more popular towns. Travelling around the area is easiest by car, although local bus services are available.

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