The area between Sabaudia and Formia is a 40-mile stretch that is 60 miles south of Rome and 60 miles north of Naples. There are hill towns, a national park, gardens, churches and beaches, and the remains of temples and villas.
This Lazio city just 60 miles from Rome offers a welcome respite from the Eternal City's tourists. You'll be greeted by legends of popes, one of the best-preserved groups of medieval buildings in Europe and lovely thermal baths.
This article originally appeared in the April 2007 issue of Dream of Italy. Updated 2018. “Welcome to Ponza!” boomed a loud American voice, with more than a hint of a New York accent, as my husband and I stepped off the hydrofoil from Anzio. This was not quite the welcome we had expected. But as we chugged up the hill …
Looking for a less expensive and less touristy alternative to Capri? Set sail for quiet coves, lunch at a picturesque bay and, by night,
join the islanders on the evening passeggiata. Read on for details on the Island of Ponza.
Updated 2018. In honor of Valentine’s Day and the most romantic place on the planet (why, Italia of course), I interviewed Monica Larner, an American expat living in Italy who has written (and took the photos for) the sumptuous (yummier than Valentine’s Day candy!) new guidebook for lovers, In Love in Italy. Monica shares her amazing romantic finds in the …
Already seen the Colosseum and the Sistine Chapel and looking for something different to do during your stay in Rome? Check out the legendary lakes and vineyards at this weekend retreat from Rome.
Thinking about heading over to Rome in June? Fear not: we have the perfect day trip. Don't miss Orvieto's Corpus Christi procession. Read on for tips from the experts and a complete Dream of Italy guide.