This tour takes you to one of those authentic, undiscovered areas of Italy you won't find in most guides: unique villages and unspoiled green forests, necropolis immersed in the woods and mysterious ruins, Roman bridges, Etruscan roads and natural wonders, make this area one of the first important architectures of Roman expansionism.
In ancient times it was called Ager Faliscus by the Romans, fenced by natural boundaries and singular geomorphological features. In this territory, until the 3rd century B.C., lived the Falisci; a population contemporary to the Etruscans and Latins.
The Tiber River marks the eastern boundary, while to the northwest the Cimini Mountains limit the area. To the south it ends at Monte Soratte and the Valle del Baccano, and to the west near Monterosi and Lake Bracciano.
This complete itinerary, will allow you to walk a section of the Via Amerina, visit the ancient Orte Sotterranea, historic castles and gardens, and enjoy a wine tasting in one of the area's wineries.