Traffic, chaos, people everywhere….If this is not your ideal setting then jump on a bus, train or car and reach one of the countless lovely villages and little towns with great atmosphere, nice people, authentic local cuisine, and beautiful landmarks such as villas, parks, monuments, fountains, squares, museums, churches and abbeys. Places like Tivoli, Orvieto, Viterbo, Calcata, Bomarzo, Ninfa, Casamari Abbey just to name a few will literally stun you. You won’t miss Rome that much while spending your day there!
- Eating in Trastevere, Avoiding Tourist Traps. Some Good Restaurant Tips
- Are Mondays Dead In Rome? Not At All! Here’s What You Can Do & See the 1st Day of the Week!
- Rome’s Best Pizza is Not Roman! Our Top Ten
- Rome Best Street Food? Supplì! And Here Is Our Top-Ten
- Discover Alternative Rome in San Lorenzo, the student and young artists district
- Watching American Football in Rome & the rest of Italy. Where and How?
- Need Free WiFi? Check Out Our Favorite Places in Rome!
- Pope Francis Announces Mercy Jubilee, an Extraordinary Holy Year from Dec2015 to Nov2016.
- Tea, tea shops & tea rooms of Rome: these are our picks in the Eternal City!
- Fancy A Sandwich while in Rome? These are the Best Panini in Town!
- BuzzInRome > Out of Rome > Villages and Towns > Villages and towns
Get In Touch
My Recent PinsThere was error in connecting to your Pinterest account. Either Pinterest.com is down or you have an error in widget configuration.
Follow our Instagram Account!