To visit in Ariccia


Chigi Palace

Originally, the Palace was built by will of the Savelli Family in the 16th century, on ancient traces of a Roman acropolis near Porta Napoletana (Neapolitan Gateway)

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Monumental Bridge

At the entrance of the town, the impressive three-tiered arched viaduct that substituted the steep ramps of the old Appian Way welcomes visitors. It overlooks the splendid Park of Palazzo Chigi and directly connects Ariccia to the nearby town Albano.

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Chiesa sconsacrata di San Nicola di Bari

The Deconsecrated Church, desired by Alessandro VII Chigi, was built by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and his brother Luigi upon the remains of the old Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Assunta.

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Piazza della Repubblica

The square once known as Piazza di Corte, in the elegant heart of Ariccia, is a starting point to visit the town. As soon as you go over the monumental bridge you reach the square where the most important buildings stand

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Santuario di Santa Maria di Galloro

The Chiesa di Santa Maria di Galloro (Church of Santa Maria di Galloro) is a place of worship particularly dear to the citizens of Ariccia. It is located south east of the town, along the Appian Way towards Genzano

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Martorelli Inn

The historical building facing Piazza di Corte has witnessed the time of intense artistic flow at Ariccia, as it was an important stopover for the Grand Tour d'Italie in the 19th century

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Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta

The church, last masterpiece of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, who planned every detail including the furnishings, was built as of 1662 and consecrated on 16th May 1665 by Cardinal Flavio Chigi, in the presence of Pope Alexander VII commissioner of the project.

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Villino Volterra

Villino Volterra foto di CastelliromanigreentourVilla Volterra is located 24 km south of Rome, in the "Castelli Romani" hills

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