Spend a day outside of the capital and discover beautiful beaches, ancient caves, lush woods and unforgettable islands.
Here we offer two options; visit the coastal towns and surrounding nature or head to Anzio and jump on a hydrofoil that will take you to Pontine islands.
We will head down south to Gaeta which is known principally for its seaport and Gaeta Castle, once used as a royal residence, army barracks, and even a prison.
Then time to grab a quick refreshment and we are ready to get to know the town.
Next we will travel just a few kilometres further south and stop at the Circeo, in Sperlonga. From there, we can choose to take a boat to the Grotta di Tiberio to see the treasures of the ancient Romans.
The next part of our journey takes us to Terracina where we visit the cathedral of San Cesario and the Temple of Giove Anxur, a place of worship dating back to the 1st century B.C.
A quick ride and we are in San Felice, where we will stroll through the characteristic historic center.
At the feet of Monte Circeo, San Felice forms one of the gateways to the National Park of the Circeo and its fascinating series of caves.
You can opt for a visit to the Grotta dei Guaccerior Grotta della Maga Circe or just hangout and relax a little longer in San Felice.
Proceeding along the coast, we arrive in Sabaudia, the most glamorous of Circeo's seaside resorts, characterized by gorgeous beaches, secluded bays and a marvelous azur sea.
For nature lovers, just a few kilometers away, there are Circeo's four coastal lakes, the most important of which is the Lago di Paola, a saltwater lake attracting dozens of species of migratory birds.
Next stop, Nettuno: the origins of which are linked to the temple dedicated to Neptune, god of the sea. A well known sea resort, Nettuno boasts both a castle and, just a few kilometers from the center, another fortress.
Another option is to start the day by driving to Anzio. Where the beaches greet tourists with a mixture of sea and ancient Roman ruins, the most important of which is the Villa di Nerone, residence of the emperor who made Anzio an important port.
To this very day, life in Anzio still centers around its port from where each day the hydrofoils boound for the Pontine Islands.
We will take a ride on the hydrofoil to discover Ponza, the perfect mix between slow and chic.
Be a part of a slow pace and laid-back atmosphere sitting at the local piazza and sipping cappuccino and sampling local dolci (sweets). Stroll through the maze of the little streets and discover the island on foot.
Explore unspoiled nature and amazing coastal lime-blue caves, beautiful cliffs gorgeous beaches, all surrounded by emerald, crystal clear waters.
Next, we have two options for you - take a boat ride and admire the island and it’s fascinating coastline from the water or hop on a jeep or buggy, drive around the island to discover more secluded spots.
For the ones seeking some physical activity we propose a climb up the hill to the Necropolis and admire the views and pristine nature.
Why not visit nearby islands? From Ponza, each island is just 30 minutes away by motor boat. Both Palmarola and Zannone are protected nature reserves.
Experience more with our multi day itineraries.
Walk into the world of Contemporary Rome. Join this experience dedicated truly to art lovers.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil experience
Visit the Sabine Hills to participate in the Extra Virgin Olive Oil experience. Taste different types of olive oil and some local specialities.
Hot springs’ paradise – Viterbo
Spend a day soaking in thermal springs, or relaxing in a luxurious spa.
You will visit this beautifully-preserved ruins, located 30 minutes away from the capital.
Experience the very best of Art classes nel Paese dell’Arte.
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Explore the capital in Italian iconic supercar. It will be an unforgettable experience.
Roman Food tour
Escaping the crowds we will take you on the tour where you can taste dishes cooked according to traditional recipes, visit places where the locals eat.
Jewish ghetto tour
The Roman Jewish Ghetto it’s packed with history, it’s a bustling and fancy neighbourhood, famous for its restaurants.
Colosseum & Roman Forum (gladiator’s experience)
You will find yourself in a spot where once gladiators battled in front of the crowds.
Hadrian’s villa at Tivoli
Take a journey through time back to the Roman Empire.
Best terraces of Rome
Discover the terraces with delightful view of the Capital.
Discover the hidden city beneath the modern one.
Leaving hustle and bustle of Rome we take Via Appia and Via Tuscolana to reach a series of ancient towns, known as the Castelli Romani.
Circeo and the Pontine islands
We have two options visit the coastal towns and surrounding nature or head to Anzio to jump on a hydrofoil that will take you Pontine islands.
Spend an enchanting night tour, discovering the magic of illuminated monuments like see Capitoline Hill, the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Castel Sant’ Angelo and St Peter’s Basilica.
Tevere & Trastevere
We will start our tour on Ponte Sisto: the bridge which links 2 quarters - Trastevere and Campo dei Fiori.
Markets and shopping tour
Tell us your interests and we will personalise this tour for you, choosing the right markets and shopping areas in Rome.
The Basilicas of Rome
We will see the three great Basilicas: Santa Maria Maggiore, Saint John Lateran and St. Paul, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Vatican in 1 day
This tour includes St. Peter's Basilica along with the Vatican Museums to ensure you see everything in one single day: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel, Gallery of Maps, Raphael's Rooms.
Rome City Bike Tour
Enjoy the best of Rome by bike. You will cycle through the Eternal city, discovering its ancient monuments, fancy shops, beautiful churches and fountains.
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