Following the long sequences of mighty arches running through Rome’s outskirts and countryside, you will visit the Aqueduct Archaeological Park to see the massive aqueducts that have powerfully withstood time and hear detailed accounts of hydraulic engineering abilities attained by the ancient citizens to canalize huge amounts of water to Rome.
You will continue your way to Castelli Romani to visit the Pope’s Summer Palace, perched on the slopes of an extinct volcano whose crater holds a superb lake. After that, the visit goes on the charming Castel Gandolfo, where the Pope meets pilgrims during summer. This famous area is considered one of the most beautiful spots in Italy, where you will also taste the famous local white wines produced on the mineral-rich and fertile volcanic soils.
- Aqueduct Archaeological Park
- Pope’s Summer Palace
- Cardinal Aldobrandini’s Villa
- And other natural beauties
Meeting point can be at your hotel or any other previously agreed spot in Rome. Tours are held at a pre-arranged date and time.