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From Rome to Frascati, for a wine tour on a classic Fiat 500

  • E-Ticket
  • Day Trip
  • Private Tour
  • Pickup Service
  • Live Guide
  • 7 hr

An ancient way leaves the Southern edges of Rome centre, leading to the sweet hillside of Castel Gandolfo and Frascati: it is the Via Appia, whose park hosts some remarkable Roman remains such as villas, tombs and majestic aqueducts. This private tour will allow you to ride along these astonishing landmarks, enjoying the unique charm of a classic Fiat 500, one of the icons of Italian car industry of the Fifties. Once at destination, you will have the chance to taste another excellence: the Frascati DOC, a fresh and dry white wine. A further snack, with an ice cream or a coffee, will make the afternoon, back to Rome, even sweeter.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Parco Regionale dell'Appia Antica

This wide area, established as a regional park in 1988, connects the edges of Rome city centre to Colli Albani, a group of volcanic hills on the South. The axis of the park is represented by the ancient path of Via Appia, who connected Rome to Brindisi, a major harbor in Southern Italy, since the 3rd century B.C.. The park includes some outstanding Roman remains, such as the Villa dei Quintili, the Tombs of Via Latina and the Park of Aqueducts.

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This small village in the hillside of Rome, facing Lake Albano (an ancient volcanic basin), is especially known for being linked to the Vatican State. The "Palazzo Pontificio", whose construction was directed between 1623 and 1629 by Carlo Maderno, has been a summer residence for the Popes until 2016, when Pope Francis established here a museum.

Pass By: Frascati

This small city, standing on the South-Eastern hillside of Rome, is mainly known for the production of a local white wine, called the "Frascati DOC". Besides of this, it hosts some well known villas (the so-called Ville Tuscolane), established by the Vatican court members and become leisure and representative residences for these aristocrats.