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“Caput mondi”, “Eternal City”, “Cradle of Civilization”, Rome is the city of 1.000 faces who built history since its foundation in 753 BC In every corner of this extraordinary European capital you can see the vestiges of its legendary past: the impressive monuments of the imperial age – first of all the Colosseum – blend with the princely Renaissance palaces and rich Baroque architectures, which form the backdrop to the elegant liberty buildings with the rigorous structures of the decò period. Without obviously forgetting that Rome is also the center of Christianity, hosting the Vatican City and the Basilica of St. Peter.
However, Rome is not only the city of monuments but also a large and modern metropolis that lives both day and night, offering its guests a myriad of very interesting social and cultural events.


Capital of northern Lazio, Viterbo has a very ancient history that has its roots in the Etruscan civilization and developed, in the following centuries, within the mighty crenellated walls that circumscribe the village. It is also known as the “City of the Popes”, since in the second half of the 13th century it was the seat of the pontiff in place of Rome, as witnessed today by the papal palace that rises above the city.
An authentic jewel is the historical center that preserved its medieval flavor intact, with a succession of aristocratic palaces, tall towers, elegant terraces and innumerable churches and fountains.

Via Francigena

Via Francigena.is the ancient road still traveled today, as a sign of devotion, by thousands and thousands of Catholic pilgrims from all over Europe going to Rome to pray at the tomb of St. Peter.
The center of Vetralla is crossed by the route and is the point of arrival of the 41st stage.

Civita di Bagnoregio

Located in the heart of Tuscia, Civita di Bagnoregio is one of the most beautiful and fascinating towns in Italy, an authentic treasure where visitors can travel back in time to the Middle Ages and live an unforgettable experience simply by walking in the small alleys of the center.

Palazzo Farnese di Caprarola

Built in the 16th century for the powerful Farnese family, this palace represents one of the most admirable architectural models of the Mannerist style in vogue at that time. Built in the shape of a pentagon, the villa preserves in its interior truly majestic rooms, richly decorated frescoed by the most illustrious artists of the time, culminating in the grandiose “Stanza del Mappamondo” (Room of the World Map).