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February 2022

Up to 763 meters to capture a sunset, the sun extinguishes in a thousand shades on the skyline of the Eternal City, along the profile of the Dome of San Pietro and the mountains that surround it with the castles perched, up to the sea and the Ponziane Islands . This is why Castel San Pietro Romano is known as "The balcony of Lazio". Since 2017 he has been in the club of the most beautiful villages in Italy, with a fixed appointment: every 21 June, the summer

A perfectly dosed dough based on eggs, sugar, stone-ground flour and lemon zest, then a quick “move” of expert hands that transforms three sticks of dough into a flower. And here is the Giglietto di Palestrina and Castel San Pietro Romano, a Slow Food presidium since 2014, the large international association that since 1999 has also been involved in safeguarding the genuineness and goodness of small food and wine productions. Arrived in the square of Castel San Pietro Romano just follow an unmistakable fragrance, a few meters to

The interesting tourism promotion and territorial enhancement project carried out by the Il Viaggiatore Agency with the contribution of the Lazio Region is called "Traveling with Eva". From the Aniene Valley - Monti Simbruini to the Roman Castles, operators in the sector will be offered a path that has as its fil rouge the enhancement of the female figure, from myth to the present day. Tour operators, journalists, bloggers and influencers will thus go for a walk among the beauties of a territory, with the aim of making

Sundays in the snow a stone's throw from Rome to discover enchanted landscapes. There are many excursions proposed by the Parco dei Monti Simbruini for winter weekends. Those who love (or want to experience) snowshoeing will have four different options on Sunday 6 February, two more appointments are scheduled for the weekend of 12 and 13 February. All excursions organized with qualified guides. And those who don't have snowshoes or sticks can rent them on the spot. Snowshoeing of Campo Ceraso Saturday 12 February The program for Saturday 12 February

More than a thousand years in a "box". You pass through the door of a Roman condominium, in Piazza Albania, to find a unique museum in the world. The “Archaeological box of the Domus Aventino” is the story of an excavation that shows in one fell swoop how that part of Rome has been transformed from age to age, for a thousand and 100 years. Incomparable mosaics, structures and materials, which from the eighth century BC reach the third century after Christ. From the first terraces in the