During this private guided tour you will have an opportunity to try famous Italian delicacies and local wine, visit picturesque small towns near Rome and enjoy the day in Roman lifestyle, while listening about interesting historical facts and stories
One of the most exciting memories of my childhood has always been and will remain the trips to the lakes. This unique feeling one experiences, sticking his head out of the car window, breathing in the scent of summer, flowers, and cut grass. And suddenly you realize that all these scents dissolve in freshness, being brought by the waters, and at this moment, the serpentine, winding through the rocks, reveals in front of you the dazzling azure of the lake.
When I first saw the bird’s eye view of Lake Nemi spread out in front of me, I experienced the same unique feeling as I did when I was a kid.
This walk is for the ones, who love the mysteries of the nature, those in Love
with each other, for people in love with life!
Our trip parts from the City Center of Rome, where you will meet and start our journey in a comfortable and spacious car with air-conditioning. Next, we’ll take the New Appian Way, a highway with great umbrella-shaped stone pines on both sides of the road, which will bring us to – Castel Gandolfo – a medieval town nearby the summer residence of the Pope and the National Vatican.
The observatory is situated. Here we will taste the best wines of the Lazio Region. Furthermore, our route will pass through the picturesque places offering the stunning views of Lake Albano.
Mountain serpentine, enveloping the hill, will lead us to the cozy little town of Nemi – also known as the wild strawberry capital of Italy, where the “tasty” part of our tour begins.
Fix price transfer from the Fiumicino Airport to Rome
Walking through the picturesque medieval streets, we will stop by the famous Salumeria (founded in 1870) that will impress the fans of prosciutto and salami, cheese, and wine experts to have a chance to enjoy all these specialties.
Then we will pass onto the small cave, where a cheerful and friendly owner will let us taste the truffle products of all types and kinds. We will find out how these Royal Mushrooms are collected and produced and discover some secrets about how they are cooked.
“In vino veritas” (The truth is in wine). And we are going to check out if this is true in the small cellar on the main street where we will have a cozy wine degustation.
We can also pay a visit to Nonna Nadia’s place, where the true lovers of liquors and spirits may “spoil themselves” by tasting around seven different flavors of its unique wild strawberry liqueur, which is famous all around Italy.
We will also enjoy visiting a medieval Ruspoli Castle and the garden terrace (*open in April – October only) with its breath-taking views over Lake Nemi, where we will take photos that will melt your heart when you are back home.
On the way back, we can pass by a very particular place being loved by the locals.
Ariccia is famous for its unique taverns called “Franchetti” where the Romans come to enjoy the real homemade Romanesque cuisine – especially the world-famous dish called Porchetta, which takes its origin exactly from this place.
And for those of you who enjoy photography, I know very special spots, from
which You can make your perfect shot!
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Author: Vladislav Doro
Dear guests, I am happy to welcome you in this unique enigmatic city, full of unrevealed mysteries having been inherited from its rich and immemorial history. Rome has stolen my soul. Instantly. Once and for all. Its positive vibrations being reflected from each ancient san pietrino stone - that are an integral part of almost all roads leading to Rome - cannot leave anyone unmoved. And I was not an exception too. Being happily in love with "its Majesty" , Rome, I cannot but share this true passion with the ones of you who has chosen my city walks. I invite you to follow me in investgating its immortal beauty and well kept secrets of the Eternal city. Together we'll make it better.
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