Archaeology enthusiasts who want to retrace the steps of the Romans and the Etruscans have one of the richest areas of archaeological remains in the world at their disposal: from the remains of the ancient framework of consular streets and aqueducts to imperial residences such as the Villa Adriana at Tivoli.
Wine, oil, cold meats and cheeses are the treasures of this land. The typical wine is that produced in the Castelli region. In the Cerveteri area the tasty Roman artichokes are grown, whereas the area around Nemi is famous for the production of the delicious small strawberries. Bread is the speciality of Lariano and Genzano, Ariccia is the home of suckling pig, and Palombara Sabina of cherries. Typical dishes are the universally prized and famous dishes of Roman cooking from spring lamb to its first courses.