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We stayed in Frascati for 5 nights. Such a wonderful small city. Especially loved strolling around in the evening. Restaurants and shops do close down from approximately 3 pm till 6:30 pm! A short train ride into Rome (30 minutes). Trains are excellent, nothing like...More
Train, bus or rental car for a 39 mile trip to Frascati. A beautiful town with an old world charm worthy of the short journey from bustling Roma. Plan on many local restaurants where deliveries of fresh veggies, meats and fish arrive throughout the day....More
We could not fault this hotel. The hotel manager was a great help with things to see and do and was very friendly and personable. The location was wonderful, so handy to the train and restaurants. Rooms were spacious and the views out across to...More
We were based in the hotel Colonna for the week and each evening explored the town. Frascati is in the Alban hills, a short ride from Rome but totally unspoilt by tourism. All the restaurants serve local food and wine and are frequented by locals....More
While the weather on the day we visited this town was good, the smog haze over Rome killed the view. We didn't bother to go into the duomo given how many we had also visited. Fairly small storico with the highlight being the modern, attractive...More
Frascati will amaze you with its Roman intense vibe. The hill offers a incomparable city view, fresh air and an incredible choice of splendid restaurants or local trattoria. Food, wonder Frascati wine, lovely ancient places like villa Aldobrandini or Tuscolana. Every spot is just enchanted....More
A nice small village few km of Rome... He have some home wine distillery’s but first must have make a reservation to visit-it ( 15-25 € with 4 classes of wine tasting and some traditional food...)
Explore some free entrance villas like a Aldobrandini...
I seem to remember there were a few direct trains from Termini, but most left from Tiburtina station. Just take the metro there and then grab the train from there. I think they are every hour from there.