You can reach Fiuggi by car, it takes a bit more than one hour from Rome. Then the problem is restarting your daily routine when you live such a welcoming village rich of history, traditions and its miraculous water. People have been going “through the water” since the Renaissance, surrounded by the treasures of art and the chestnut forests that cover the slopes of the Ernici Mountains where Fiuggi is set. You can drink the liquid treasure of the village, you can loaf around in the nature, you can go for long walks in the green or you can sit down at a table to taste the delicious dishes from this area. You won’t be astonished when you know that such an invigorating place used to have Boniface VIII, the Pope of “Mistero Buffo” by Dario Fo and Michelangelo Buonarrori among its fans and that it flourished during the period of the Art Nouveau in the XXth century.
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