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What to visit in Bracciano

Il Lago di Bracciano

The Albergo della Posta is located in the historical downtown of Bracciano, close to the medieval village, where you can visit the famous Orsini Odescalchi's Castle, one of the most beautiful and well preserved castles of the world.

The hotel is only few hundreds metres far from the lake. The Bracciano Lake is of volcanic origin and it offers a variety of water sports activities.

Bracciano is situated in a most favourable area, so you can visit, within a radius of 30 Km, the wonderful landscapes of the “Tuscia Viterbese” and the medieval city of Viterbo. You can also stopover to the Etruscan Necropolis of Cerveteri and the recently renewed thermal baths of Stigliano.

In addition it is about 20 Km from the Tyrrhenian sea, close to the coastal towns of Fregene, Santa Severa, Santa Marinella and Civitavecchia.

The hotel is conveniently located at 2 hundreds metres from the railway station, where you can take the train to Rome. It runs every half hour and takes one hour to reach the capital.

Borgo Medievale

Odescalchi's Castle

Castello Odescalchi di Bracciano

It is located on the southern shore of Lake Bracciano. It was built in the 15th century, and combines the functions of a military defence structure and a civilian residence of the feudal lords of the period, the Orsini and Borgia, both papal families. As one of the largest and best-maintained castles in Italy

Bracciano Lake

Lago di Bracciano

is a lake of volcanic origin in the Italian region of Lazio, 32 km (20 mi) northwest of Rome. It is the second largest lake in the region (second only to Lake Bolsena) and one of the major lakes of Italy. It has a circular perimeter of approximately 32 km (20 mi)

Necropoli Etrusca a Cerveteri

Necropoli Etrusca di Cerveteri

La necropoli etrusca della Banditaccia è posta su un'altura tufacea a nord-ovest di Cerveteri (RM). Nei suoi circa 400 ettari di estensione si trovano molte migliaia di sepolture, dalle più antiche del periodo villanoviano (IX secolo a.C.) alle più "recenti" del periodo etrusco.