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Thermal Springs. These natural pools are carved in white clay and dotted all around the surrounding countryside. With soothing steamy waters of 40 degrees, they are the ideal way to interact with nature in a most relaxing of ways, especially as you’re in the midst of deep sparkling lakes, lush green countryside and a range of classic Italian villages, such as Fastello and Campo Nuovo.
Viterbo’s Park of the Monsters. Yes, that’s right. This unique attraction includes sculptures such as the screaming face of an ogre, a tilted house and a turtle with a winged woman on its back. A great opportunity to try something truly eccentric.
Tivoli, and its Villa d’Este. This World Heritage Site is a triumph of not only Renaissance gardens, but of the Renaissance itself. It is pretty special with its caves and waterfalls, fountains and sculptures. Hadrian’s Villa isn’t bad either. It is not only a fine example of Roman architecture, but also of Egyptian and Greek designs.