It never ceases to amaze me that no matter how many times I return to Rome, I always find something new to do at a new place to explore. This week I took a new bus route near my apartment and the capolinea was right outside Basilica San Giovanni
Frascati is only a 30 min train ride from Roma Termini, 4,20€ round trip with trains running pretty much every hour.
Known as la Città del Vino, Frascati is the wine country of the Lazio region. They mostly produce fresh easy drinking whites under the Frascati DOC denomination.
Tours of local producers are available with reservations.
I was very surprised to find a 100 Montaditos here...
and Padre Pio ... well he is everywhere
someone had a baby boy...
View of Rome from Frascati. If you zoom you can see St. Pete's Cupula
My fascination with Italy started in 2011 when I visited for the first time. In the last few years I've had the opportunity to explore this country, I've learned the language, I've tried to understand it's culture, and the more I know, the more I want to learn, the more I see, the more I want to experience...