• 10 km – the Monterozzi Necropolis (Etruscan tombs) and the National Etruscan Museum, pto discover the history of the area.
  • 10 km – the medieval walls of Tarquinia’s old city; The modern city preserves, especially in the northern districts, a strong medieval character, accentuated by many towers, walls and churches.
  • 15 km – Old Town of Cencelle: the ruins of the ancient city of Centumcellae (today Civitavecchia) are located on a hill in Tarquinia from where you can admire breath-taking views. Not far away, the village of Farnese and a neo Gothic church.
  • 40 km – Archaeological Park of Vulci
  • 45 km – Etruscan Necropolis of Cerveteri, Necropolis of Banditaccia
  • 50 km – Villa Lante at Bagnaia, one of the most prestigious building of the sixteenth century, with a 22-hectare park
  • 55km – Roman Theatre-Ferento – built on late first century BC on an Etruscan city plant. After 2000 years the theatre still hosts plays
  • 60km – Palazzo Farnese Caprarola, one of the many mansions built by the Farnese family. In 1559, the project was changed by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese, keeping the original pentagonal plant.
  • 70km – Civita di Bagnoregio – the dying city. The village is perched on a hill in the middle of a valley of clay.
  • 80km – Rome, Vatican City – the cradle of history and civilization