Optional Events Not Included : you can do more tours and excursions to other fantastic places in the capital and the hinterland of Rome.
Among these, we propose:
The Vatican Museums: every year, over 5 million people can admire the masterpieces on display in the 7 km of rooms and corridors of the Vatican museums, the sixth most visited museum in the world. The Vatican museums, which occupy much of the vast courtyard of the Belvedere, were visited in 2011da 5,978,804 people, confirming its position as the most visited museum “Italian”, although it should be remembered that this is not exactly not belonging to the Italian Republic (in this sense, the Italian art museum that is the most visited is the Uffizi Gallery in Florence).
Villa Adriana was a real suburban residence starting from the 2nd century. Commissioned by Emperor Hadrian (76-138), located at Tivoli (Tibur), now in the Metropolitan Borough of the city of Rome. Created gradually in the first half of the 2nd century a few kilometres from the ancient Tibur, the structure looks a rich complex of buildings that span a vast area, which would cover about 120 hm ², in an area rich in water sources in 17 miles from Roman Urbs. In 1999 Villa Hadriana was declared World Heritage site by Unesco. In 2013 was the 29th State most visited Italian website, with 207419 visitors and a total gross income of 454536 Euros . Since December 2014 Villa Adriana is handled by the Polo Museale of Lazio.o.
Visit the castelli Romani: under the name of “Castelli Romani” refers to a group of countries or towns of Alban hills placed in a short distance from Rome, in the area corresponding to the ancient Latium Vetus. For the historian Giuseppe Tomassetti (1848-1911), the name dates back to the 14th century when many habitants of Rome, to escape the political and economic difficulties resulting from the Papacy, took refuge in the castles of feudal families of Roman Savelli (Albano and Castel Savello, Ariccia, Castel Gandolfo, Rocca Priora), Annibaldi (Molara, Monte Compatri, Rocca di Papa), the Orsini (Marino) and Colonna (Monte Porzio Catone Nemi, Genzano, and Civita Lavinia). Castel Gandolfo Papal Palace is the summer residence of the Pope.
Visit Subiaco: Subiaco is a town of 9,189 Italian comune in the province of Rome, Lazio, Central Italy.
Located at 408 m s.l.m. in the upper Aniene Valley, the picturesque medieval village, built a staircase on a rocky cliff overlooking the Valley on the right bank of the River, is the center of religious and artistic interest, as well as tourism. At the exit of the river by the wild Limestone Gorge are the Benedictine monasteries of the Sacro Speco and St. Scholastica.