Trip from Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport
to L'Aquila

Trip details

Departure from Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to L'Aquila
10:27h

Trip duration: 87min

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Trip details

Departure from Rome - Ciampino - G. B. Pastine International Airport
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Quality photo of Arsoli - Italy

Arsoli
Italy

75 min

The famous Italian Nobel-winning writer, Luigi Pirandello, used to call Arsoli the "little Paris", due to its distinguished characteristic of the town-museum. The village is... dominated by the castle Massimo and the parish church, located at the top of the Belmonte hill. Auspiciously for all visitors, Arsoli has preserved almost intact its medieval appearance, not only the splendid Castello Massimo, but also its characteristic historical center and the wonderful ancient lanes.

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Frascati
Italy

75 min

Even though it officially found its place on the world’s map sometime around the 7th century, its charms have been used as a quiet getaway... since a Roman senator built his glorious villa there. Since then, it has been the home of the ‘Golden Wine’, one of the finest in the Republic. Many locals still use this peaceful countryside as a place to clear their head with some fresh air, good food and truly delicious wine. Except the original Roman villa, there are also many others closed to the public. But besides looking at the mere exteriors, there is also the open Villa Aldobrandini, the only Papal garden not owned by the state.

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Tivoli
Italy

105 min

Tivoli is home to two world-famous attractions: Villa Adriana, a large archaeological complex extending over 80 hectares and dotted with several Roman ruins once used... as a retreat for Roman Emperors; and villa d’Este, a 16th-century villa especially famous for the fabulous gardens surrounding the building. This landscape is so surreal that it seems not to have been created by humans, but by nature itself. It is recommended to visit also Villa Gregoriana, a park located at the feet of the town’s ancient acropolis.