The Pompeii Excavations are the best place to learn more about life in an ancient Roman city.
Villa Adriana in Tivoli was built in the 2nd century for Emperor Hadrian. It is the largest palace complex ever built by a Roman emperor.
Castel Gandolfo is a small wine town on the volcanic slopes of the Alban Hills, famous for the summer palace of the Popes.
Venice is not just the city of love. It impresses its visitors with the special atmosphere of the canals and the old, rich palaces. The city is car-free. There are waterbuses for public transport.
Florence is considered the cradle of the Italian Renaissance. Trade and banking shaped the rich city and promoted art and science.
Ostia with its ancient ruins, sun, sand, dunes and sea, bathing establishments and good fish restaurants is a popular destination.
Villa d’Este dates back to Cardinal Ippolito II d’Este in the 16th century. He had the idea of setting a garden below his palace, which was built in a former Benedictine monastery.