Roman Castles Tour

Discover enchanting places rich in history and breathtaking scenery in the most beautiful cities near Rome

Book the exclusive Roman Castles tour and visit the towns of Frascati, Albano Laziale, Nemi and Castel Gandolfo. We will travel together along the Via Appia, one of the oldest roads in the area, to reach places rich in history, breathtaking landscapes and tasty food and wine.

Travel with Limousine UARA and enjoy this itinerary to discover the beauty of the Roman Castles.

The stops on the tour of the Castelli Romani

Frascati citta simbolo dei Castelli Romani
first stop


The first stop on our itinerary is Frascati, the symbolic city of Roman castles. Frascati is famous for its many natural areas, parks, archaeological sites and a wonderful belvedere.

On a clear day you can even see Rome from here. As well as hosting international events, the town is famous for its food and wine: the white wine of the Popes and the ‘coppiette’ (pork cut into strips, seasoned and dried).

Albano Laziale tour castelli romani
second stop

Albano Laziale

We continue to Albano Laziale, where every corner of the town bears witness to the rich history of the Roman people.

Situated on the Via Appia, it is home to the famous Baths of Caracalla, the Catacombs of San Senatore and the tombs of the Orazi and Curiazi. Not to be missed is the Cisternone, a huge cistern dug out of the rock with five naves.

Tour dei Castelli Romani
third stop


The journey continues to Nemi, a terrace overlooking the green and dark blue of the lake of the same name, one of the two lakes of volcanic origin that, together with Lake Albano, define the contours of the Castelli Romani.

Famous for its strawberry production, Nemi is a tourist center for the whole area.

Castel Gandolfo famosa residenza estiva dei Papi
fourth stop

Castel Gandolfo

The itinerary ends at Castel Gandolfo, the famous summer residence of the Popes, crowned by many other summer residences, villas and small houses built from the 17th century onwards. The town overlooks Lake Albano, the deepest volcanic lake in Italy. It is a destination for many tourists in both summer and winter, as the ‘lakeside’ is full of clubs, restaurants and many other attractions.

It is advisable to wear comfortable shoes and suitable clothing with shoulders and legs covered. It is also possible to request a qualified guide and entrance tickets to the various monuments when booking.