The Vatican City (Italian: Città del Vaticano; Latin: Civitas Vaticana) is the world center of Catholicism. As a district of Rome, it encompasses the Vatican City State (Italian: Stato della Città del Vaticano; Latin: Status Civitatis Vaticanae), as well as the surrounding Roman neighborhoods of Borgo and Prati.
thumb|350px|The Fountain of Neptune at the center of the Piazza Navona
Canterano is in Lazio. This is a picturesque city right in the heart of Italy on the Appennines.
The Colosseo district is the heart of ancient Rome and the Roman Empire. It has the Colosseum, the Forum, and the Capitoline Museum.
thumb|350px|The Fountain of the Naiads on the Piazza della Repubblica
thumb|Roman lie detector. The Bocca della Verità in Santa Maria in Cosmedin
The South of Rome includes the historic Appian Way and nearby catacombs, as well as important tourist attractions in EUR, and San Paolo.
Ostia is in Lazio, Italy, close to Rome's major airport of Fiumicino.
Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport () is in the Lazio region of Italy. It is the main airport of Rome.
Castel Gandolfo is a city in the province of Rome. It is in the area southeast of Rome known as the Castelli Romani and is mainly known as the summer residence of the Pope.
Frascati is one of the Castelli Romani, historic hill towns to the South East of Rome. It is a small relaxed town perfect for a getaway from the metropolis of Rome.
Fiumicino is a city in Lazio. This city is on the coast near to Rome, and close to the airport that bears its name.
Calcata is a small hill town in Lazio near Rome in central Italy.
Italy (Italian: Italia), officially the Italian Republic (Repubblica italiana), is a large country in Southern Europe. Together with Greece, it is acknowledged as the birthplace of Western culture, once the core of the mighty Roman Empire.
Lake Bracciano (Lago di Bracciano) is a volcanic lake in the Italian region of Lazio, 32 km northwest of Rome. It has a perimeter of approximately 32 km surrounded by volcanic hills, and one mountain to the north called Rocca Romana.
Tivoli is a city in Lazio. Its two main attractions, Villa D'Este and Hadrian's Villa, are each individually worth a long journey.
Fabrica di Roma is a city in the province of Viterbo in the Italian region of Lazio.
Otricoli is in the Umbria region of Italy. Otricoli is an ancient town and is in the province of Terni.
Bomarzo is a small town in northern Lazio in Italy, famous for its park of stone monsters.
Latina is a city in Lazio in Italy, capital of the Province of Latina.
Civitavecchia is a city in the province of Rome, region of Lazio, in central Italy.
Terni is in the Umbria region of Italy. It is mainly an industrial town and as a result was heavily bombed by the Allies during the Second World War.
Tuscania is a city in northern Lazio in Italy. Not to be confused with Tuscany, which in Italian is Toscana.
Tarquinia is a town in Lazio, Italy. At first site it looks like a miniature version of San Gimignano with its medieval towers but the main reason for visiting is that it has fascinating Etruscan tombs with wall paintings (UNESCO World Heritage Site), as well as a good museum on the Etruscans.
Civita di Bagnoregio (pronounced Banyoregio) is a small Italian hill town in the province of Viterbo, region of Lazio, in central Italy.
Orvieto is a city in Umbria. Designed to be impregnable, it was founded by the Etruscans on the top of a steep hill made of tufa, a volcanic ash stone.
Montefalco is a hill town in southern Umbria in Italy, south of Assisi and north of Spoleto. It is well-known as a wine producing center.
L'Aquila is the capital of the province of the same name in the region of Abruzzo in Italy and is located in the northern part of the province. It is a small, pleasant city that is surrounded by high mountains.
Bevagna is a slightly unusual town for Umbria in that it is not a hill town but flat, lying in the plain of the Topino river. It has several interesting things to see.
Deruta is a town in the centre of the region of Umbria in central Italy. It is mainly known as a center for the production of ceramics.
San Casciano is a city in Tuscany and is a municipality in the province of Siena, whose birth and development are undoubtedly linked to the presence of the hot springs (there are 42 springs). Both the Etruscans and the Romans have subsequently appreciated and frequented these places.
Torgiano is a town in Umbria, 10 km southeast of Perugia. It is mainly famous as the headquarters of the wine producer, Lungarotti and for its wine museum, which should not be missed by anyone interested in wine.
Sperlonga is a very picturesque small city in Italy south of Rome. Its white-painted houses make it a bit reminiscent of some Greek islands.
Assisi is a small medieval town of about 25,000 people perched on a hill in Umbria, the heart of Italy. Famous as the birthplace of St.
Radicofani is a city in the Val d'Orcia region of Tuscany, Italy.
Perugia is a city in the Italian region of Umbria. It has an important university that attracts many foreign students, is a major center of medieval art, has a stunningly beautiful central area and is home of the Umbria Jazz Festival.
The Terme di Saturnia are a group of hot springs in the municipality of Manciano, a few kilometres from the village of Saturnia, in the Maremma area of south Tuscany. The springs that feed the baths, which are found in the southeastern valley, cover a vast territory that stretches from Mount Amiata and the hills of the Fiora dell'Albegna to the Maremma Grosseto at Roselle (Roselle Terme) and Talamone (Terme dell'Osa).
Chiusi is a city in the Val di Chiana region of Tuscany, Italy. It was one of the twelve cities of the Etruscan League.
Bagni San Filippo is a village within the municipality of Castiglione d'Orcia in the Val d'Orcia region of Tuscany.
Chianciano Terme is a city in Tuscany known for its therapeutic springs that have been healing Romans since ancient times.
Gaeta lies in the middle of "Riviera di Ulisse" in Italy. It is located between Rome and Naples, and is one of the most important tourist seaside resorts of the Tyrrhenian coast, with many historical, religious and monumental testimonies.
Lake Trasimeno (ital. Lago Trasimeno) is in the northwest corner of Umbria in Italy.
Valle San Giovanni is a small village located about 5 miles from the provincial city capital of Teramo in Italy's Abruzzo Region.
Montepulciano is a city in Tuscany famous for its wines, especially the classic red wine Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.
Castiglione d’Orcia is a municipality in the Val d'Orcia region of Siena in Tuscany, Italy.
Bagno Vignoni, is a village located in the commune of San Quirico d'Orcia, 45km to the south of the city of Siena (Tuscany). Whilst the buildings in this small centre date from the medieval period, the first settlement in the area was during the time of the Etruscans and ancient Romans, as attested by numerous archaeological finds.
Bugnara is a small mountain village in the Abruzzo region. The village is perched on the side of the mountain 'Colle Rotondo' and has a picturesque medieval centre.
Montorgiali is a small medieval village on the hills of Maremma rural district of Grosseto in Tuscany.
Monte Cassino is a monastery in Lazio, Italy, 130 km southeast of Rome. It is a rocky hill overlooking the town of Cassino.
Cortona is a town in the Province of Arezzo, Tuscany. It was one of the twelve cities of the Etruscan League.
Introdacqua is a town in the Italian Province of L'Aquila in the Abruzzo region.
Ventotene is one of the Pontine Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the coast of Campania, Italy. It is just 3km long and a maximum of 800m wide.
Sulmona is a secluded and somewhat overlooked small city in Abruzzo. Surrounded by imposing mountains at about four hundred metres above sea level, it doesn't feel like it has 25,000 inhabitants.
Montalcino is a quiet hill top village in Tuscany, Italy. It is known above all for its exquisite wine, Brunello.
Buonconvento is a small town in the Crete senese in the province of Siena, Tuscany.
Roccamontepiano is a communal city in the Chieti Province in the Italian Region of Abruzzo.
Chieti is an ancient and medium-sized town (2015 pop. 51,945) on the Pescara River, near the Adriatic Sea, in the Abruzzo region of South Central Italy, 200 km northeast of Rome.
Pescara is a city in Abruzzo. It is the most populous city of the region, as well as being an active industrial center (metal and mechanics, conciaria, refining of sulfur, petrochemical), agricultural market and port fishing boat.