Casa delle Fate
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Apartment / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Apartment / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
At the discover of all the most Beatiful Site to visit in Rome and the north of Rome,Lazio Region.
Welcome to North Rome to discover all the tourist sites to visit in the north of Rome in the Lazio Region;
Apartment to rent in Rome for short stays, in a very bright area, surrounded by greenery, roman umbrella pine!!
Discovering Rome for those lands in the Eternal City for the first time, in a green and peaceful location, for those who want to switch stays more long to discover the treasures of Lazio in the North of Rome, nice way between the cities of Rome and Viterbo, amazing trips, no more than 70 kilometers to the discovery art, nature, history and culinary,15 itineraries to try!
For those who wish to rent an apartment in this area off the beaten track of mass, with the benefit of a garden and peaceful.
For whom, for reasons of work, have a connection with the places of interest of this district, such as the International Schools, San Pietro Peter and St. Andrea Hospital some embassies, the Cooking School Chef Blanc, Courses for the lover of Italian Food in Giustiniana Road;
NORTH ROME TOURS
TOURIST GUIDE OF LAZIO
The adventure begins in Rome and Its Region Lazio North; here are my picks: I have organized rational routes, to avoid to you to turn in wrong directions loosing your time!
1st day: I recommend a visit to the heart of Rome, but do not expect to do everything in one day because you should come bach home exhausted.
As a First-day recommend (get bus 224 in Largo Sperlonga directed to go to Piazza Augusto Imperatore, (historic center) visit the Ara Pacis, the Steps of Piazza di Spagna, Villa Medici, The Trevi Fountain, Piazza del Collegio Nazareno, Via Condotti, Via Frattina, Via del Corso (also a nice way) dedicated to a cute and cheap shopping;
2nd day driving along the Via Cassia towards North, head into the low and high Tuscia and reach the Terme dei Papi (sulfure ferrous and warm waters make for a beautiful day at the Roman thermal baths, this site spa resort is very nice with tanks ancient Roman era, lawn, sun loungers, restaurants and cafes of various levels, natural caves for the bathroom situation. Delicious and at the same time you will begin to know the real treasures of Rome and Lazio Nord. A report of a lovely restaurant La Felicetta with excellent pasta carbonara.
More in the area there are many BB in case you decide to spend a night out. The obvious presence of the Etruscans and the Romans have left a very significant imprinting; spend beyond 4 hours and then let your swimsuit and plan to return to Rome, stopping in the woods in the Imperial Valley, for a walk (they are also wonderful location for mountain biking); visit the very ancient Citta 'di Sutri with little church of cloistered nuns who spread their prayers without being views, and the occasional visitor will find himself in an atmosphere of other times, mystical and spiritual being); go to the church of San Francesco and then reach the the Cathedral: absolutely not to miss a visit to the Crypt (go down a few steps and you will see something wonderful: a mix of columns and capitals wisely distributed, an altar) in the Romanesque style. A nice ice cream in one of the lovely square or a fine piece of pizza baker. Then you reach the ancient necropolis below with Mithras, the Catacombs, the Amphitheatre which rest in the beautiful countryside below and you are already on the Via Francigena. On the way back you browse the market on the roadside the brick and brack Mercante in Fiera hunting for some curios, paintings, objects will .... in the late afternoon at home very satisfied, I'm sure;
3rd day: this day is absolutely dedicated to the visit of the area of ? ?St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums (book always) also the Gardens of the Vatican Museums, and if you can not resist the temptation to go for shopping around in the afternoon, join Via Cola di Rienzo, if you are in Via Cola di Rienzo do not forget the ice cream shop in Via dei Gracchi because I presume to say which is one of the best of Rome, or to eat a suppli' Siciliano at Mondo Arancina or Mizzica. Many Food sicilian point are very pop in Rome, with regard to both the food and pastries.
You can bear to St. Peter's with the 201 bus to the Metro / FGR Rome Largo Giustiniana, which also stops at San Pietro station, departures every 15 minuti.Idem to return back, or taking buses till Ponte Milvio Bridge and from there get on bus 32 direction Piazza Risorgimento (the Vatican);
The visit to the Vatican Museums is long and challenging because of the superb size of the structure, and also of the Gardens and the Sistine Chapel, but I would say indispensable, to those who love the Sacred Art.
4th day: one more trip outside Rome with the Treasures of the North Lazio: Bracciano Lake (and in summer for swimming) with his three village of Anguillara, Trevignano, and Bracciano, beautiful landscapes and picturesque corners of medieval villages, all to be photographed, with the backdrop of the Sabatini Mountains, overlooking Lake Bracciano and Lake Martignano (not very well marked but i prefer it even to the other one). Many and vaious restaurants with lake fish and various tastings. Landscapes not to be missed out in Bracciano Castle of the Princes Odescalchi. The day is over and you can go home for dinner. There are several restaurants around this house as the Osteria La Francescana, the Biology Life Pizzeria, La Capannina, the Egyptian, Pizza baked pizzas, (deliver it at home), or you can make your barbecue in the garden if you like, according with season).....
5th day: I know you can not wait to see the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, so get on the bus 201 from Via Cassia, direction Piazza Mancini , (near Auditorium and Museum Maxi) and reach Piazza Venezia using the tramway, electric bus that runs along via del Corso and arrive in Piazza Venezia: the day is entirely dedicated to this area, or is always reachable with bus 224 from Piazza Augusto Imperatore;
6th Day: Treasures of the Lazio-Rome, Veio Park, the village of Isola Farnese, with the romantic waterfalls of Mola, the old village of Santa Maria di Galeria, (where there is also a restaurant), head to the Park Treja Valley (go to the waterfalls of Monte Gelato), Valley Park Baccano with a view to the villages of Formello and campagnano romano, and finally reach the medieval town of Calcata also known as the village of artists, much" in fashion" since the '80: really a vista point......... and many small restaurants, lively especially on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, the houses are built in the rocks;
7th day: You cannot say to a tourist not to go for a walk to Trastevere and then if you want to see the area go to Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere; please use the Metro Train Station / Largo Giustinianand get off at Stazione Trastevere, visited Trastevere you can go to to see the Isola Tiberina, Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori, "the plus of Rome" for anyone who arrives in Rome especially for the first time.The historic and popular restaurants of Trastevere are Carlo Menta (with great prices ) and Comparone.
8th Day: Treasures of the Lazio-Roma Nord .The tour that I propose today is another visit to Tuscia, north of Rome, along the Cassia (we are in Viterbo area), lake, rural,with a visit to the ancient city Civita di Bagnoregio also called the dead city, with its beautiful bridge climbing the tancient towun, and Montefiascone, Simbruini surrounding with views of Lake Bolsena; in Montefiascone tasted the wine est est est of Montefiascone. I have omitted other details you will find nothing but venturing them alone, because the remote corners and suggestive in this area are still many to be discovered because there is no mass tourism.
9th day. The North Sea part of Rome. The beaches of Maccarese, and Fregene (Rome North West) are very large and very well equipped, some of them have swimming pools on the beach for those who do not want to swim in the sea, beach, restaurants generally have a good standard and you eat in the sun on beach .Most of them are private beach, but there are also areas of public beach where you do not pay anything; Roman people are great fan, so I recommend not to attend them on Saturday and Sunday; you can easily reach from the Great ring road Roma, exit Aurelia; nice village and beach the resort of Santa Severa and Santa Marinella, with the huge Castello Odesclachi on the beach; At the height of Ladispoli and precisely in Palo stop for lunch at a tavern on the edge of the road, his name is Augusto also known as "the king of artichokes" ..... prices slightly above average but everything is homemade, including fettuccine rolling pin to flatten and fresch fish;
10th day: Just what you can not 'leave out "is the Borghese Museum in Rome, situated between the Parioli hill and Valle Giulia (if you have more' time do not miss the Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, is for me the jewel in Rome , along with the wonders of the Park, busts, statues, the Pincio and Piazza del Popolo, Piazza del Popolo entering (this part is called Tridente), I report the first church on the left with frescoes by Caravaggio.
11th Day: Treasures of the Lazio Roma Nord, 60 km "Tuscia" The Lake of Vico, The Monti Cimini, Caprarola;
Vico lake is situated along the Cassia Veintana also known as Cassia Bis, always to the north of Rome: the landscape of this volcanic lake is amazing, you stop at Riva Verde area with lawn and deck for sunbathing, games children, coffee, green. Charming area, clear water to swim.A nice swimming and continuetill to the point Belvedere, always following the path of lake (Vico is the name of a noble feudal family), the view from an altitude already considerable is gorgeous, 360 degrees view)
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
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