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What you should know about Cassia

Located just outside of Rome, Cassia is the perfect choice for those who want to experience something other than your typical Rome vacation, with little-known sights to visit and idyllic countryside all around. The area is based around the ancient Roman road of Via Cassia that links Rome to Tuscany—and becomes one of the most picturesque roads in Italy once you’re away from the capital. Along its route, you’ll find villages exuding authentic Italian charm, historic sites, and more.

Hotels in Cassia


Although there are fewer hotels than in central Rome, there is ample choice for those seeking good hotel deals in Cassia. The accommodation in Cassia tends to be on the simpler side, but what you’ll discover is a much quieter area—perfect for those who want some tranquility in contrast to the busy streets of Rome. Resort La Rocchetta is a great choice for travelers on a budget. If you’re seeking something more upmarket, don’t miss the hidden gem of Castello della Castelluccia. Housed in a 13th-century villa, this 4-star Cassia hotel is stunning both inside and out.

Things to see in Cassia


There are some fantastic sights nestled in the charming countryside of Cassia. Near the village of Isola Farnese, you’ll find what remains of the ancient Etruscan city of Veii. Once a great city, it was destroyed by Rome in 396 BC. Other hidden gems can be found in the area, such as the Museo Civico di Zoologia—a fascinating museum focusing on animal biology. Although Cassia is ideal for a quiet getaway, you’ll find it’s easy to get into central Rome, as the Via Cassia goes directly to the city. The Museo Nazionale Delle Arti del XXI Secolo, for example, is close to the edge of Rome. This highly rated museum focuses on architecture, but has a broad range of exhibits including art and photography. A great way to spend an evening is with a visit to Ponte Milvio. This romantic bridge is just inside Rome, but isn’t overrun with tourists.

Good for couples


The Cassia neighborhood is perfect for couples wanting to plan a trip to The Eternal City, yet have some peace and quiet at the same time. As it’s located just outside of the city you’re only ever a short journey from all of the incredible sites that Rome has to offer. However, with beautiful countryside all around and great Cassia hotel rates on offer, it may be hard to leave. The district boasts a peaceful atmosphere and ideal opportunities to take romantic walks and enjoy scenic views and sights off the beaten track.

How to get to Cassia


With its close proximity to Rome, the best way to travel to Cassia is via the capital. If you’re flying into Rome, you have one of two options. Ciampino Airport mainly serves the budget European airlines, so if you’re traveling in from another country in Europe this could be the best option. From here it’s less than a half-hour drive around Rome to reach Cassia. Alternatively there’s Fiumicino Airport, which is a similar length drive away. This airport is more suitable for longer flights, including direct flights to New York. As Cassia is predominantly in the countryside it’s best to hire a car in order to get around.

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