Rome, Fiano Romano and surroundings

In a raised position above the capital, Fiano Romano lies between its bordering hills, the perfect place to enjoy the cool summer Lazio breeze.

I Pini Family Park, thanks to its strategic position (just 30 km north of Rome), stands at a crossroads between the capital and other towns that are smaller, but by no means unimportant in terms of historical, cultural and environmental interest. The capital is easily accessible by car and public transport, as well as the bus service provided by the campsite. For guests arriving by train, the site has arrangements with a handy free shuttle bus to-and-from Fara Sabina station.


For people who love hill walking or cycling and mountain biking, exploring the surrounding woods is an ideal way to chill out after a day trip to Rome.
It's not necessary for us to dwell on the beauty of the capital, great either as a stopover of a few days with the family, or for a more complete tour taking in all the delights this open air museum has to offer. From the Colosseum to the Imperial fora, from Trajan's Market to Piazza Venezia with the Altar of the Fatherland part of the Vittoriano. And then there's the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza del Popolo, St. Peter's, the Vatican Museums, Castel Sant'Angelo and Piazza Navona. All within just 20 minutes of this campsite that’s away from city traffic, an oasis of relaxation and peace.


Leaving aside Rome, there are many nearby places worth a visit, like Lake Bracciano with its natural park. And also the enchanting castle of Cività Castellana, the Cimini mountains, the enchanting “Parco dei Mostri” in Bomarzo, Rainbow Magicland and – for anyone who wants to go furtherfield – there are also Rieti and Viterbo, the latter noted as the “city of popes”.

After a day trip around the sights of Rome, you'll be able to relax in the shade of ancient pine trees, while enjoying the view over the Tiber Valley... this and much more at I Pini Family Park.