Leaving Rome we pass by the ruins of the baths of Caracalla
before taking the Ancient Appian Way passing by the
Chapel of "Domine Quo Vadis?".
This tour takes us along the "Road of the Lakes"
passing through one of the hilly areas of volcanic origin which
characterize the outskirts of Roma: the Colli Albani where
small villages are becoming towns, Castelgandolfo where
the pope has his summer residence, Ariccia famous for its
large bridge with three arches, Rocca di Papa e Grottaferrata,
both noted for their culture and gastronomic delicacies.
Towards the northerly part of the Colli Albani, we eventually
arrive at Frascati popular with visitors both for its beauty
and considerable production of wine.
Here we will stop for a taste
of local products and to absorb the flavour of village life.
Return to, or nearby your Hotel..
Useful information: We would reccomend that you wear
comfortable clothes and shoes.
We ask you to pay particular attention
to your guide and to wear sunglasses and sunhats in the summer
months to avoid any risk of sunstroke..