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At only 90 kms northeast of Rome lies the quaint town of Castel di Tora. It’s located in the Lazio region of Italy and in the province of Rieti. The town, which dates back to 1035, overlooks Lake Turano which takes its name from the...More
On the 22nd of July La Quiete opened in the quiet town of Pietraforte, just a few minutes drive uphill from the lake. Billed as a restaurant/pizzeria we stopped for a lunch on an intolerably hot day a week after their grand opening. As it...More
A fine non-touristic place at the Turano Lake, with clean water and watersport accomodation. Between Rieti and Carsoli. Some fine restaurants at Castel di Tora and Colle di Tora, Good bakery ('Forno a legna' - woodoven) and everything for fishing-sport at 'Tuttosport' at Castel di...More
The drive to this area from SS4, the road from Rome to Rieti and beyond, is an easy one, with wider than usual roads. The lake is just beautiful, with a number of places to stop and enjoy the view. A don't miss if you're...More
One of the cleanest lakes in Italy, Lago Turano offers a host of activities in the summer. From restaurants to canoeing to swimming and hiking in the surrounding mountains, you can always keep busy. But it is also perfect for complete relaxation. Although only an...More
Response from Emanuele M | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately I can't help you further as I don't really know the bus schedules from Rome to the area... all I know though (as I live nearby) is that there are very, very few rides from Rieti to Castel di Tora and... More
Unfortunately I can't help you further as I don't really know the bus schedules from Rome to the area... all I know though (as I live nearby) is that there are very, very few rides from Rieti to Castel di Tora and unfortunately the service is really not reliable (often the buses brake in the middle of nowhere and so forth) and personally I would discourage you to use the bus...
By taxi surely would cost a fortune and although the area is notable for its beauty it isn't really worth spending all that money... then there are several other places easy to reach and at an affordable price...
That's all I can say and I do feel sorry not being of any further help but I still hope you might take into consideration to rent a car for the day... I know the Italian traffic is considered somewhat chaotic for foreigners who aren't used to our way of driving but with a little "spirit of adventure" you can still make it successfully...