Rome has its own webpage; see the Rome page for more information about the Eternal City. Ostia Antica information is there, with eating info on the restaurant page (it's technically outside the city of Rome but very accessible on the Metro). Many of these places make great day trips from Rome or Naples.
The "Metropolitan City of Rome" (formerly Rome province) contains a bunch of more rural areas and other escapes from the city itself & its close-in suburbs (discussed on the Rome page)
Castelli Romani/Colli Albani
The "Roman Castles" or Alban Hills are southeast of Rome, and their volcanic hills and lakes have traditionally been a vacation/getaway spot for Romans, including the Pope (his summer villa is at Castel Gandolfo).
Frascati - known for wine (mostly white wine); houses Villa Aldobrandini; one of the larger towns with a lot of casual restaurants; outside town are the ruins of ancient Tusculum
Il Belvedere dal 1933, in Frascati, rec'd on The Rome Digest
# Gelateria "Avidi" Greed - Dissapore named one of the top 100 gelaterie in Italy in 2017, Gambero Rosso Gelaterie d'Italia 2020 "3 coni"
Cacciani - rec'd Michelin
'Na Fojetta - rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021, great TA & good Google reviews, looks nice
Zarazà - was rec'd Michelin but not anymore in 2020, Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
Osteria Del Fico Vecchio - rec'd Fodors
Casal del Marchese - winery that supposedly has a nice tour & food/wine pairing
Da una Cantina - was rec'd Michelin but not anymore in 2020
Ara Anua - pretty good Google/TA, looks like nice but simple dishes
FiloLogico Restaurant - fusion/sushi, good Google/TA
Kitchen Love - somewhat haute cuisine, good TA reviews
Hostaria Santa Maria - relatively simple dishes, looks nice/fresh, excellent Google/TA reviews
Ninkasi - a bit outside the main town, very good TA and pretty good Google reviews
Viecce Beer&Food - fancy burgers, very popular on Google/TA
Il Borgo Verde Salad & Juice Bar - vegan/vegetarian food
?Al Posticino - relatively new place, looks like creative twists on dishes including pastries, very popular on Google/TA
??DLR DopoLavoroRicreativo - opened 2021 by chef Jacopo Ricci, rec'd Gambero Rosso
wine bars that were in a Frascati roundup by Slow Food Osterie d'Italia in 2017:
Cantina da Santino
Osteria Fraschetta Trinca - cool cave-like walls, salumi & cheese platters and more
Grottaferrata - just S of Frascati, has Abbazia Greca di San Nilo
La Briciola di Adriana - rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2017, Golosario
Taverna Mari - rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2017
Monte Porzio Catone - NE of Frascati
Castel Gandolfo (Castelgandolfo) - contains the Pope's traditional summer residence (thanks to Pope Francis, you can tour the residence and gardens—Walks Inside Rome and An American in Rome explain more); overlooks Lago Albano; named one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. Friday is market day.
Rocca di Papa - town above Lago Albano, with views of Lago di Nemi
Rome the Second Time describes a hike up Monte Cavo and recommends Trattoria La Baita
Ariccia - known for its porchetta, often served by an informal eating establishment called a fraschetta (everyone seems to have a favorite one); also home to Palazzo Chigi; this blog gives a nice introduction
***Osteria Numero 1 (aka Hosteria N° 1) - this fraschetta had good reviews online from various places, and we had some *amazing* porchetta here. The other dishes were good but nothing to write home about, and the service was a bit slow (they forgot about us for ~30 minutes) but it's worth it for the porchetta!
La Selvotta - rec'd by many websites, particularly for its garden atmosphere
L'Aricciarola - rec'd Fodors
Nemi - has the haunting Lago di Nemi (Lake Nemi) and the ruins of an old temple to Diana; known for wild strawberries
Genzano di Roma - SW of Lago di Nemi, beautiful view of the lake
Tigellino - rec'd on The Rome Digest
...nearby is Pellicione
Caparola - home to Palazzo Farnese
Antica Trattoria del Borgo - rec'd Fodors
Vini e Cucina da Giovanni - rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
Monte Compatri (Montecompatri) - hill town E of Frascati
Antica Locanda Skansen - homey garden restaurant with good Google/TA
Il Casale delle Streghe - pretty good Google/TA
?Agriturismo Pallotta - looks nice
Famous for the Villa d'Este, a huge garden with lots of fountains built in the 16th century by a meglomaniac Cardinal, and Hadrian’s Villa, a well-preserved Roman ruin. Also has Villa Gregoriana, a park with gorges, waterfalls, and caves.
Osteria La Briciola - somewhat fancy, good Google reviews
Lago di Bracciano is ~40 min away from central Rome, much of which is a natural park, with a bunch of cute towns & favorite escape for Romans.
Trevignano Romano - lakeside town
Acquarella - restaurant rec'd Michelin
Acquaranda - agriturismo that gets pretty good Google reviews
Il Porticciolo - rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
?? Osteria del Borgo - in Cesano, SE of the lake, great Google reviews, looks nice, "km0"
? Osteria del Borgo - good Google reviews
Fraschetta la Moretta - rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
Campagnano di Roma - Iotto Restaurant is rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
Canale Monterano - La Locanda delle Cicale rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
Elsewhere around Rome
Allumiere - small hill town not too far from the coast, between Bracciano and Civitavecchia
Orsola - rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
Anzio - is technically in the Metropolitan City of Rome but covered below, under "southern coast"
Palestrina - hill town east of Rome, famous for Renaissance composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, the Archeological Museum in Barberini Palace has stuff from before the Romans, more at this blog and American in Rome
Piscarello - rec'd Fodors
in Genazzano, to the east: Aminta Resort - has Michelin star, who say chef Marco Bottega is "one of the most interesting young chefs working in the Roman countryside", rec'd Identita Golose, Luciano Pignataro, TCI, booking.com listing
Antica Osteria Terremoto - good Google/TA reviews
La Vecchia Osteria - good Google/TA reviews, old school homestyle place
In Rocca di Cave: Trattoria Dario e Giuseppina - good Google/TA reviews, seems like "down-home cooking"
In Labico (near Valmontone): Antonello Colonna Labico - sister restaurant to famous Rome Colonna restaurant, 1 Michelin star
## In Olevano Romano: Sora Maria e Arcangelo - not much to look at from the outside but offers creative takes on traditional dishes with fresh vegetables and other ingredients, rec'd Michelin, Identita Golose, Luciano Pignataro, Gambero Rosso, TCI, Scatti di Gusto, Puntarella Rossa, also see this blogpost and this one
(a little ways east in Paliano: Agriturismo la Polledrara, rec'd American in Rome, slow food stuff)
?Ristorante RossoDiVino - pretty good Google reviews, organic ingredients
# a little ways west in Zagarolo: Cantina del Tufaio winery, wine cave is dug into the tufa stone, various natural wines including sparkling, great Google reviews, nice blogpost, rec'd Scatti di Gusto in 2019
Gaeta hosts a small U.S. Navy base and the Sixth Fleet Flagship, USS Mount Whitney; see base information for basic contact information and hours. For a great overview of stuff to see and places to go/eat near Gaeta, see this great Gaeta Google Map.
Serapo - nice beach just north of Gaeta, sandy, includes private lidos and public beaches
300 Gradini - north of Serapo, has a younger crowd and to the south has a nude beach, €2 entry fee plus extra if you want a beach chair, etc.
Old Gaeta - the old medieval town is a sight itself, with its twisty lanes perched on a hill (Monte Orlando). Some sights nearby include the following:
Castello Angionio-Aragonese (Angevine-Aragonese Castle) - this medieval castle was built in two levels, one Angevin French and one Aragon Spanish. It's under reconstruction and closed to the public, but it is cool to look at from the outside.
Mausoleum of Lucius Munatius Plancus - at the top of Monte Orlando, this is the best-preserved Roman mausoleum in the world, although the interior is mostly bare. Nice view from the top, and the climb brings one past the Montagna Spaccata, a "split mountain" created (according to local legend) when Jesus died (and thus also the site of the church of the Montagna Spaccata or SS. Trinità)
Various Churches - several churches of note pepper the old town, such as the Cathedral of St. Erasmus (with a famous 13th century carved easter candle holder), Church of the Annuziata (in whose Golden Grotto Piux IX thought up papal infallability), and the churches of San Francesco and San Giovanni a Mare.
Il Molo Gelateria - Piazza del Pesce 1, 077-146-4721, this gelateria near the old port won "best gelateria in Italy" a few years back
Terracina - nice seaside town north of Gaeta
Essenza - 1 Michelin star (used to be in Pontinia), fancy/haute cuisine
Sperlonga - medieval town north of Gaeta, one of the nicer beaches accessible from Rome; was also the home of Emperor Tiberius (you can visit the grotto where his villa once stood, and see the museum with old Roman statues found there)
San Felice Circeo - just up the coast from Terracina
Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial - farther north in Nettuno, near Anzio, 41°27.918'N 12°39.503'E
Nettuno itself has some nice beaches and an old medieval quarter that includes the Forte Sangallo castle
Agriturismo Nuova Fattoria - rustic farmhouse, pretty good Google reviews
Gelateria Colalucci - in Nettuno, rec'd Gambero Rosso Gelaterie d'Italia 2020
Fraschetta del Mare - in Anzio, rec'd Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
Gelaterie del Vicolo - in Anzio, rec'd Gambero Rosso Gelaterie d'Italia 2020
Romolo al Porto - in Anzio, rec'd Michelin for fresh, local fish
Aprilia - town between Anzio and Rome/Castelli Romani
See the Gaeta Google Map for more
Da Veneziano - via Abate Tosti 120, Formia, 077-177-1818, closed Mon, 18th century palace overlooking the water, good seafood, ~€35-40, €25 fixed-price menu, rec'd by Veronelli and Michelin.
Il Gatto e la Volpe - via Abate Tosti 83 (near the port), Formia, 077-121-354, closed Wed, brothers Giancarlo and Antonio Simeone serve up traditional seafood such as tiny fried octopus (capetroccole), grilled calamari, etc. ~€30, with fixed price menus between €28-38. Extensive wine list with reasonable prices. Rec'd by Slow Food Osterie d'Italia and TCI. (Delicious!)
Il Mutano - via Castello 43, in Maranola (medieval town ~6 km NE of Formia), 077-173-4260, only open on weekend or by reservation, specializes in Sardenian food such as Sardenian salamis and cheeses; spaghetti with dried tomatoes, ricotta, and nuts; baked lamb; and grilled goat meat. ~€30
Sirio - viale Unità d'Italia 128 (west of the port near the water), Formia, 077-179-0047, 077-177-2705, closed Dec, Jan, Tues, and Mon dinner (9/16-7/14) or Wed lunch (7/15-9/15), good sea & land food, everything (including pasta) made fresh by the restaurant, ~€34-40, recommended by Panorama, Gambero Rosso, Slow Food Osterie d'Italia, Espresso, and TCI!!
Vindicio Beach - via Vindicio 9 (on the water near the intersection with via Pietro Nenni), 077-177-2745, closed Nov-Apr, right on the beach with panoramic terrace, typical local food, ~€15-30, rec'd by Gambero Rosso and Espresso
La Cantinella Gaetana - via Duomo 13, Gaeta, 077-145-0005, closed Tues, Slow Food Osterie d'Italia rec's this nice place near the old port for, among other things, its mixed fried seafood, ~€30-35.
L'Enoteca di Luigi Raschi - vico Primo Indipendenza 15 (just W of modern port), Gaeta, 077-146-5639, closed Tues, dinner only, ~€35-40, rec'd by Alice.
Taverna Lupo di Mare - via Bausan 6, Gaeta, 077-146-5559, closed Wed, in the historic district on the water near the old port, excellent seafood and homemade pastas & desserts, ~€35, rec'd by Alice.
Trattoria la Cianciola - vico II Buonomo 16 (W of modern port), Gaeta, 077-146-6190, closed Mon, good seafood rec'd by Michelin, ~€20-35.
Il Nostromo - Lungomare Giovanni Caboto 154, Gaeta (W of modern port), 077-147-0107, rec'd by Americans for good seafood.
Sii Pur Brigante - via Ripa 5, Itri (10 km NW of Formia), 077-172-1594, closed Wed, dinner only, near medieval Castle, enoteca that has good wine plus excellent food, rec'd by Panorama, not too expensive ~€15-25.
Driving - you can either take A1 north to the Capua exit, or in most cases it's quicker to take the Domitiana (SS7quater) all the way north
Train - the Formia train station has frequent trains to/from Rome as well as Naples/Pozzuoli
Originally founded by St. Benedict in the 6th century, the Abbey of Montecassino has been re-built four times, most recently in 1945 following a devastating World War II battle. Perched on a hill near the town of Cassino, the abbey offers a gorgeous view, a beautiful church and cloister, and a lot of history.
Driving: Take the Cassino exit and follow the yellow signs for "Abbazia di Montecassino"; it's about 1-1.5 hours from Naples. Parking is €2.
Opening Hours: M-Sat 8:30-12:30 and 3:30-5:30 (6:30 in the summer). Yes, the abbey is closed for 3 hours in the afternoon, so plan accordingly. There are conflicting stories about their hours for Sundays, but church services are at 9:00, 10:30, and noon, with the 2nd service in Gregorian Chant. The Museum (which has some cool tapestries, illuminated manuscripts, sculptures, etc.) is open only on Sundays during the winter.
Dress: Like the Vatican, both women and men need to have covered shoulders and kneecaps.
Bathrooms: The only public restroom is in the parking lot, so take care of your business on the way in!
Tours: The abbey offers some tours of the grounds, but Aldo's ITT tour is highly recommended.
Where to Eat
Varlese - right off the A1 Cassino exit, across from the Etra Hotel (via Ausonia 21, 077-630-0083), a bar/restaurant with a big parking lot; nice buffet, good stop for a quick but not too expensive meal, rec'd by Alice.
Hotel Alba/Da Mario - via di Biasio 53, 077-622-558, closed Tues, seasonal specials in a nice hotel restaurant with a beautiful terrace, ~€30, rec'd by Michelin.
La Colombaia - via Sant'Angelo 43, 077-630-0892, closed Sun eve, Mon, daily changing fish specialties in a charming outdoor setting, menus from €18 to €28, rec'd by Michelin.
Evan's - in Cassino, restaurant rec'd Michelin, run by Evangelista family, seafood specialists, looks nice
Outside of Cassino
In Casalvieri (~30 min north): Osteria del Tempo Perso, piazza San Rocco 13, 077-663-8039, closed Mon, open only for dinner (except Sun), rustic, simple, fresh dishes, ~€20-25, rec'd by Slow Food Osterie d'Italia and Gambero Rosso.
In Acquafondata (~30 min southwest): Vittoria, piazza dei Caduti 6, 077-658-4419, closed Wed, mountain cuisine such as wild boar and lamb, ~€15-25, rec'd by Alice.
In Castrocielo (~30 min west): Villa Euchelia, via Giovenale, 077-679-9829, closed Wed lunch, Tues, 1700's villa, lots of guidebooks recommend this great spot (also has rooms available), traditional dishes, ~€30-40, rec'd by Panorama, Gambero Rosso, Espresso, Michelin, and TCI.
In Amaseno (~1 hour west): Al Solito Posto, via Auricola 8, 077-565-428, closed Mon, rustic restaurant specializing in stuff made from Buffalo (meat, cheese, etc.) but also with good fish dishes, reservations are a must for this popular spot, ~€25, rec'd by Slow Food Osterie d'Italia.
In Ceprano (~1 hour west): Enoteca Federici, piazza Maritir di Via Fani 8, 077-591-4048, closed Tues, local cuisine, good wines, great pastries, grilled meats, ~€25-30, rec'd by Slow Food Osterie d'Italia.
Elsewhere in Ciociaria/Valle Latina/Frosinone
The area around Montecassino is known as the Valle Latina, or "Ciociaria" (the Sophia Loren movie Two Women is called La ciociara in Italian, or "the woman from Ciociaria"), roughly corresponding to the Frosinone province
Anagni, a cute hill town near A1, between Frascati (in Castelli Romani) & Frosinone
Piglio makes the most renowned Cesanese (indeed, it is the only red wine DOCG in Lazio)
?Osteria Vicolo Fatato Di Pompeo has good Google reviews
This refer to the northern part of Lazio, which borders Tuscany and Umbria, also known as "Etruria", roughly corresponding to Viterbo province. 2012 Guardian article with lots of ideas for this region, as does Rick Zullo
Viterbo - medieval town and provincial capital north of Rome, near Monti Cimini and Monti Volsini, known for the Cattedrale di San Lorenzo & Palazzo Papale, nearby hot springs/terme thermal baths
Lago di Bolsena - beautiful lake
Bolsena - nice town that gives the lake its name
Tuscania - nice town
Montefiascone - nice town, known for its Est! Est!! Est!!! wine
Bagnoregio / Civita di Bagnoregio, Rick Steve's favorite hill town, is in this area, and discussed in the Orvieto section of the Umbria page
Trevinano - hill town, La Parolina restaurant has 1 Michelin star
Caparola - near smaller Lago di Vico in Cimini Mounts, home to Villa Varnese
Trattoria del Cimino da Colombo - rec'd Michelin
Tarquina - place with old Etruscan tombs
Nepi - town that is technically in province of Viterbo but is not far from Lago Bracciano (or Rome for that matter), known for its mineral springs and "cipolla di Nepi" onions
FoodLab Laboratorio del gusto - very good Google & TA ratings
Osteria del Seminario - rustic restaurant with good Google & TA ratings
Colleoni Osteria con Cantina - good Google & TA ratings
Calcata - interesting hill town that is home to many artisans, and the strange legend of the Holy Prepuce
Vitorchiano - just NE of Viterbo
Agro Pontino (Pontine Marshes)/Latina
The Pontine Marshes are a formerly malaria-ridden swamp that Mussolini drained in the 1930s, roughly corresponding to Latina province, extending as far south as Terracina (so not including Sperlonga/Gageta/Formia)
Giardino di Ninfa - in Cisterna di Latina a bit north of Latina (and Southeast of the Castelli Romani), many people consider this to be the most romantic garden in the world...places to eat nearby in Cisterna di Latina:
? Il Piccolo Ducato - in Cisterna di Latina, great Google/TA reviews, rec'd Michelin, Gambero Rosso, straightforward but fresh, good seafood, outdoor dining under umbrellas available; in 2022 one person complained that they ran out of GF pasta
Enoteca Del Bricco - old school steakhouse/wine bar with outstanding Google/TA reviews
more eating options nearby are in the nearby hill town of Norma (~12 min drive) and Sermoneta (~10 min, see below)
Dal Sindacotto? Locanda da Valentino (good TA/Google reviews)? Osteria delle Mura? Trattoria Antichi Sapori?
(Pane & Cioccolata - pastry shop with great Google reviews but mediocre TA reviews)
Da Valerio amore per la pizza - inexpensive, looks like OK Naples-style pizza, great Google reviews
Enoteca 23quattro - small plates, great Google reviews
M'affaccio Di Gusto - sandwich/take-away shop with great Google/TA reviews
...this area is around the Lepini Mountains
Cori - small town in NW of the mountains, not far from Norma, that has Roman temples
# De novo e d'antico - looks like a nice restaurant with fresh ingredients, good Google/TA reviews, has more casual "Locanda" and more fancy/fine-dining Restaurant
Agriturismo Villa Maria Clementina/Casale delle Vigne - a bit more rustic but looks family-friendly, good Google/TA reviews
Osteria del Contadino - rec'd TCI
Sermoneta - great medieval town near Latina; the castle (Caetani) is one of a kind and is available for tours; also nearby is the Abbazia di Valvisciolo...most of the town is effectively car-free, which makes it super-fun for kids to explore (our son also loved chasing the wild cats around...I hope they don't have rabies?)
***I dolci di nonna Maria - fun places for cookies, pies/tarts (especially with sour cherries), they won a "best cookies in Lazio" competition in 2019, glowing Google/TA reviews...don't miss the ones with visciole (sour cherries), a local specialty
Antico Emporio? - good tripadvisor reviews, pretty good Google, looks like a "somewhat fancy trattoria", they seem to like truffles, not sure when open??
Ristorante il Pomarancio? - good tripadvisor reviews, a bit haute cuisine, into truffles, looks very high-quality, has GF stuff?
Ristorante Simposio al Corso? - good tripadvisor reviews, associated with the Giardino del Simposio restaurant, has GF pasta
Ristorante Al Castello? - good tripadvisor reviews, has GF pasta, lunch-only, closed Wed & Thurs
Ristorante Chichibio? - TripAdvisor a bit lukewarm...rec'd TCI (they say good quality ingredients)
Trattoria Ghost? (TripAdvisor a bit lukewarm...)
La Sorgente? (just down the hill)
Il Casale di Nonna Lina - down the hill/SW of town, looks like nice homestyle cooking, likes adding arugula to dishes
nearby Monticchio also has dining options like Ristorante La Taparita?
~15-17 min away in Bassiano:
? Ristorante Gelateria Belvedere - looks like one of the nicest restaurants nearby (~15-17 min drive away in Bassiano), good Google/TA reviews, fresh pasta/ingredients (tagliatelle with porcini mushrooms looks particularly good), nice views
Osteria delle Mura - great Google reviews, looks nice
Panificio La Mola di Iannarelli Silvio - great Google reviews
Ristorante Il Castagno - good Google/TA reviews, Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
SempreVida - more "innovative" restaurant, good Google/TA reviews
L'Oliveto - a ways outside town, very good Google reviews, looks good; very fresh-looking Greek/Italian hybrid with lots of color?
### ~14 min south, close to SS7: Da Clara Osteria Tipica - really good Google/TA reviews, pet-friendly, has gluten-free options, opened April 2019 by female chef, Pontine traditional dishes with local ingredients & homemade pasta
~19 min south, on SS7 in Borgo Faiti: Ristorante Cucinarium - at the Foro Appio Hotel, rec'd Michelin for super-fresh food including ingredients from their garden
? same hotel also has Fraschetta d'Orazio, a more informal eatery with an inexpensive fixed-price menu
La Locanda del Bere - also in Borgo Faiti, good Google/TA reviews
~33 min SW, up the road from Latina in Le Ferriere - Straticvm (Satricvm Food & Wine or Satricvm Circolo), a haute cuisine tasting menu place run by a Max Cotilli and his wife, great Google/TA reviews, rec'd Identita Golose, Michelin
Latina - regional capital, on the coast
Il Fungehetto - seafood restaurant rec'd Michelin
???? Uva Fragola (Uvafragola) - Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021, good for GF, informal/homey but looks very fresh, dinner only, closed Sun
Trattoria da Teresa - just outside town in Argilla, Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021, open for lunch during the week and dinner on weekends except Sunday
Bven Cucina & Pizza - good Google/TA reviews, colorful dishes, dinner only except Sun
Piana delle Orme - wonderful war and industrial museum. Originally a private collection, the museum houses working industrial and military equipment in a series of small buildings: "Dedicated to the twentieth century, the Museum is a journey through 50 years of Italian history. " Agriturismo restaurant on-site featuring a smattering of the local cuisine.
Caseificio Montecirceo - good cheese manufacturer in Borgo Montenero
Sezze (a ways south of Sermoneta):
Santuccio ai Colli - Slow Food Osterie d'Italia 2021
Hosteria del Gobbo - pretty good Google reviews
Arduni Dolci - pastry shop with great Google reviews
These islands (called "Pontine" because of their proximity to the Pontine Marshes) can be reached via ferry from Naples (see Ferry page). You can also get here via ferries from Anzio (on Vetor), Terracina (via NLG [Ponza only] and SNAP), Formia (via SNAP and Laziomar, which occasionally also serves Terracina and Anzio), and San Felice Circeo (Gentur/Circeoponza, Ponza only).
This page calls Ponza "Italy's best-kept secret" and rec's the following places to eat:
Antiche Cantine Migliaccio - winery
Katie Parla wrote a NYT article in 2011 on Ponza
Eea - rec'd Michelin
Il Tramonto - rec'd Michelin
The Sabine Hills (or Sabina) roughly correspond to the Rieti province, known for its olive oil, "Colli della Sabina DOC" wine. It's also close to parts of Umbria (e.g. Terni and Marmore Falls are quite close).
Cittaducale = town on via Salaria
Fara in Sabina, has Abbey of Farfa
Castel di Tora = beautiful hill town overlooking a Lago Turano (other towns like Colle di Tora)
Leonessa: Leon d'Oro - rustic restaurant rec'd Michelin
Rivodutri: Ristorante La Trota - 2 Michelin stars, haute cuisine/art food
Olivone of Canneto Sabino - supposedly the largest olive tree in Europe