The millennium port of Rome, 25 km from the city, is located at the mouth of river Tíber and offers well preserved Roman ruins of the city from the 15th Century BC. There is also a beach in this area.
To get there take the metro to Piramide and from there the train to Ostia Antica. It's open every day except Mondays, until 16:00.
It's well worth visiting this residential home of the Roman upper class, Villa Adriana. A spectacular classical Roman home.
To arrive go to metro Rebibbia and take the bus to lago Garibaldi (lake Garibaldi); from there take the urban bus nº 4 to Adriana.
It closes before dusk.
VILLA ADRIANA Y VILLA D´ESTE
Explore rich Italian history in the emperor village of Adriano and the impressive gardens of the 'Villa D'Este' (house of the east), an excursion half an hour from Rome.
A marvellous medieval village situated an hour's train journey from Rome. It is located in near River Tiber.
Take a walk around the main streets of this enchanting place. It is especially worth visiting the precious Duomo (Dome), of gothic style, the el Pozo de San Patricio, & different historical buildings like the Papale Palace, Soliano Palace, and Etruscan ruins.
The area also offers excellent gastronomy & has its own typical wine.
There are trains every hour.
The Esposizione Universale Roma (EUR, originally called E42) is a large complex, now a suburban area and business centre, in Rome, Italy. It was started in 1935 by Benito Mussolini and planned to open in 1942 to celebrate twenty years of Fascism. In urban planning terms, E42 was designed to direct the expansion of the city towards the south-west, connecting it to the sea. The planned exhibition never took place due to World War II.