Escape the hustle and bustle of Rome and visit the scenic hilltop towns of the Castelli Romani on a half-day or full-day tour! Relax on the journey through the idyllic Alban Hills, and enjoy stops at Lake Albano, Castelgandolfo and Frascati. Learn about the ancient villages’ history and culture from your driver and sample a glass of Frascati wine while learning about Castelli Romani wine production.
Day trip to the Castelli Romani from Rome, led by an expert local driver.
Admire the scenery of the Alban Hills, where the pretty Castelli Romani towns are found.
Visit Lake Albano and Castelgandolfo, the summer home of the pope.
Have lunch on a terrace overlooking the lake (optional)
Sample a glass of Frascati wine in the town where it’s produced.
Enjoy this day trip to Chianti with kids. Children will be charmed by the Frescobaldi castle. Kids learn about life on the farm while parents taste wine.
Embrace the Italian family tradition of local and authentic cuisine with your own family in a day trip to Chianti.
Tour a family-owned, medieval wine estate, including a wine tasting for the parents and a chance to meet the local farm animals, like the Chianina cow, for the kids
Visit the Frescobaldi castle where parents will learn how the wine is stored and aged before having a taste, and the whole family will enjoy a taste of pecorino cheeses, salami, prosciutto and olive oil
Drive through the green hills of Tuscany, dotted with grape vines and olive trees
Take in the Umbrian hilltop town of Orvieto on this daytrip from Rome. Lunch at a local trattoria and take in the sites, such as the Orvieto Duomo.
Day trip from Rome to Orvieto, a small hilltop town, with a history that dates back to the Etruscans
See the breathtakingly beautiful Orvieto cathedral and marvel at Luca Signorelli’s 15th century frescoes of the Last Judgment, depictions that actually influenced Michelangelo’s own Sistine Chapel masterpiece
Climb the Torre del Moro for a birds eye view of Umbria’s picturesque rolling hills
Enjoy lunch at a local trattoria
Explore Orvieto underground, and peel back the layers of history, walking through the labyrinth of rooms and cellars dating back to the Etruscans and ancient Romans
Take a digestive stroll exploring the tiny streets around the Piazza del Duomo selling handmade pottery, olive oil and Sagrantino wine, before your driver takes you back to Rome