Carnival in Campagnano di Roma

In February Campagnano di Roma celebrates one of the most entertaining holidays of the year with two weekends of games, fashion shows and activities for adults and children. The village in the province of Rome wears joy, with handicraft stands, street food, street artists and much more to spend an Read more…

Mansio ad Vacanas

The “Mansio ad Vacanas” is a Roman post station (mansio) at the intersection of the Via Cassia and Via Amerino realized in the 1st century A.D. It consisted of an area set aside for the traveller’s rest (thermal baths and shops), an area for resting horses (stables and garages), an Read more…

Fontana dei Delfini

At the center of Campagnano di Roma it is possible to admire the spectacular Fontana dei Delfini (“Fountain of Dolphins”), with its unmistakable baroque shapes. The fountain is attributed to Vignola and takes its name from the sculpture of two travertine dolphins placed at the base of a pedestal with Read more…

Via Amerina  

The Via Amerina takes its name from the city of Amelia and was originally part of the Etruscan road system that connected Vejo with Amelia. After the fall of Vejo in 396 B.C., the road was completely restored by the Romans in 241 B.C. and connected Rome with Umbria and Read more…

The Bacchanal Festival

The first Sunday of May the whole town comes together to celebrate the “Festa del Baccanale” (Baccanale Festival). The event has local food as a central theme and all the traditions that revolve around it, inviting producers from all over the province and the “Campagna Romana” (Roman Countryside) to showcase Read more…

Vallelunga Autodrome

The Vallelunga Autodrome Piero Taruffi is dedicated to, the pilot and the first designer of the asphalt runway. Vallelunga was built in 1951 by the family Pesci transforming a former racecourse and the first race was held on a track in the sand. Since 1967 the circuit has been owned Read more…

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