- Code Tour code 112
- Tour Length 9 hours
- Tour type Private Driver Day trip to the roman hills easy relaxing day from the port of civitavecchia
- People target Ideal for everyone wanting to enjoy a Day in Good Company enjoying ones converation and experiences of this part of Italy together.
- Highlights Roman Castles Albano Hills Castel Gandolfi Tusculum Theatre
- Included Private Driver English speaking Taxes Tolls
- Not included Entrance tickets Gratuity Lunch
- Services private car and limousine full insurance qualified fullly licensed drivers with italy limousine
Castelli Romani tour
Discover Castel Gandolfo
Discover Castel Gandolfo, Latin: Castrum Gandulphi, colloquially Castello in the Castelli Romani dialects) is a small Italian town or comune in Lazio that occupies a height overlooking Lake Albano about 15 miles south-east of Rome, on the Alban Hills. It is best known as the summer residence of the Pope. The town was voted one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. The resort community includes almost the whole coastline of Lake Albano that is...Read all
Castelli Romani tour. with your private driver meet at the port ( also from rome city ) , the translation is Roman Castles ( refering to the several wine producers of the hill towns in the area) Visting the Colli Albani the hills of Albano the amazing landscape which was created by a Volcanic Activity many centuries ago, natural formation so you have this immerging area with slopes and then some amazing lakes.
Castelli Romani you can viist Castel Gandolfi ( also more internationally known because it is also the summer residence of the Pompeii . But it is in fact one of the towns of the Castelli Romani we also have Frascati which is best reconized for its wine production
During the ancient Roman era the area was called "Latium Vetus" its offers a wide range of scenic and historical interest some of the main attraction that you can visit and enjoy are the natural beauty of Lake Albano ,Lake Di Nemi , Lake Romani , the Savelli Castle and the Roman Theatre Tusculum and the Therma Bathes of Cellomaso