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Castel Gandolfo Gardens

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Castel Gandolfo Gardens

A corner of paradise not far from Rome.

It is not only an opportunity for a cultural and historical visit, but a dive into the beauty of nature of a place loved by the Popes.

Surely, the Gardens are magnificent like Versailles, Hellbrun, Schonbrunn…and they are no less than the Vatican Gardens!

They are larger than the entire Vatican City State and overlook the magnificent Lake Albano on one side and open towards the sea on the other.

Basically you can visit the  Gardens in two way: on a minibus  for a comfortable  and complete tour of the area including the farm from which the milk and eggs for the Pope’s table come.

The second way is a walk where you will be in closer contact with nature.

OK, you’ve read about the Palace… let’s talk about it..

Even if the Pope is a king, this is not a royal palace but a holiday residence. Some beautiful rooms but nothing to do with the apostolic palace in Rome.

The advice is to visit Castel Gandolfo from April to October and invest your time in the morning in visiting the gardens (unmissable!) and then spend the afternoon on the lake. In the hottest months, a refreshing bath and then a pleasant evening in one of the lakeside restaurants


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The Vatican City State, the smallest state in the world, is the greatest concentration of art, history, and spirituality that exists.

With our advice you will organize a visit whose memories will accompany you forever


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Visit Vatican at affordable Prices

If you want to visit the Vatican, and certainly Rome, at a more affordable cost you should certainly avoid certain times of the year.

Rome is a city with splendid weather; it is never freezing cold and rainy all the time.

You can therefore take advantage of the less touristy times to have a wonderful experience.

November, December (avoiding the holiday of the 8th ) through Christmas, and January 6 through mid-March are perfect months for a trip that will save you money on flights, hotels, and attractions.

And if you really don’t want to spend anything for the attractions, remember that on the first Sunday of every month the roman museums and the Colosseum are free!

Another date to keep in mind for free admission is September 27, World Tourism Day.

The Vatican Museums, on the other hand, are free on the last Sunday of the month.