So you are in an ancient city and of course a city of love! The streets, eateries, flamboyant weather and wine welcome you to experience an exotic vacation. Like a general traveler, you would need a guide to show you the best sought for places. But who does it that traditionally, these days, right?
You have got your bags and baggage, so head on to a fabulous journey, all yourself. And these journeys won’t be tiring or eating your weeks out of the total vacation. Here are some of the most popular day trips from Rome that you shouldn’t miss!
7 Best places to take a day trip from Rome!
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This should be the first place you must visit on a day trip. This one is a hill town in Umbria area of Rome.
a) You can reach here by picking up a train from Rome. And in the city, there are buses available to engage yourself in the city. There is also a provision for getting there by car. And if you wish to get an aerial view of the place, you could move on a flight from either the Rome-Ciampino or the Rome Fiumicino airports.
b) The best things to do at Orvieto include soaking yourself in the ancient monuments, the architecture of the past and dwell in the interesting Italian cuisine. Then there are churches and cathedrals, caverns and caves out there to mesmerize you and take you back to the ancient times. The historic sites, and the sight you get to see while being at towers and observation decks will give a bird’s eye view.
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a) Reaching here is easy and can be done either way by train or car. There are car rentals available from Rome to Florence. The frequency of the trains is fairly good, so you don’t miss out.
b) If your knees have got the strength, do take them on a 476 stairs tall Duomo building or tower. And if still you can scale high, do visit the adjacent Bell tower which will entice you with its tall setting and a great view of the city. The best way of a relaxing yet interesting day-trip could be touring the city with a motorbike or a cycle.
So rent a cycle to engage yourself in the city life of Florence. And then how could you forget the famous Gelato which took birth at this place and a great coffee paired up. There is a lot more, so visit the place and get engrossed there.
3. Fontana del Papa
a) So you reach there by the nearby railway station. The trains take you to this place and then if you inform the people from Fontana del Papa cooking school, they will pick you up from the station you land from Rome.
b) Then comes the best part-cooking. Yes! This place offers you with the option of learning the basics of cooking and making it into life. You actually get to practice and make wonderful dishes out of your culinary imagination.
4. Vatican City
This city which is the smallest city in the world deserves a visit when you are in Rome.
a) The options to reach this place is through a metro or through the efficient bus system of Rome.
b) Even this is the smallest city in the world, it has to offer you a lot many things. First of all is the St Peter’s Square and Basilica to visit. The huge building and its architectural hues will awe and make you go jaw-dropping. Next is all those museums that need a visit before you leave this small city. These take you to a tour of the ancient Rome mannerisms and life.
5. Mount Vesuvius, Pompeii
a) The best way to reach this place is by using a shuttle from Rome to this place. Else if you are free enough then a car rental may suffice you.
b) In this interesting city, there is a scope of adventurous activity. You could trek or hike or all your way to Mount Vesuvius, one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. And imagine you getting closer to it while you trek your way up there. The city of Pompeii could be clubbed while going to Mount Vesuvius. So happy visiting these places!
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6. Via Appia Antica
This area boasts a regional park which was once a major road for the ancient Roman army.
a) The efficient bus service from Rome gets you at this vintage place.
b) So tour this interesting place and imagine yourself to be a part of the Roman army. The bikes that are available from the visitor’s centre could make your tour in a fun way. There are various catacombs to visit at this place. The weather is great and the scenic beauties please you to spend one of those impromptu kinds of the picnic.
7. Ostia Lido
This is a beach area to stay away from the heat of the city.
a) And it hardly takes 35 minutes to unwind into the coastal vibes from the bustling city of Rome. So you could reach there by train, bus or even drive your way.
b) If there is a beach, the things you could do are needless to tell. The pool clubs, walking down the historic sites with the chill of beach around is all soothing. You could enjoy the fun of boardwalks. Also, there is an option to enjoy every bit of the water sports at one of the beaches. Drop into one of the churches, cathedrals to make your wish come true, to offer your prayer to the almighty who made you capable of visiting such a wonderful destination on earth.
So this was all about the day trips, one of the must-visits to engage yourself in Rome. Hope this encourages you to go all by yourself and experience the magic. Why not book a Rome trip with Travel Triangle and get some great deals too!
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