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• Rome is the city with the highest concentration of cultural and architectural treasures in the world. Its historic center, outlined by the enclosing Aurelian Walls, is an invaluable witness to the European western world’s cultural, artistic and historical legacy

•Rome, the heart of Catholic Christianity, is the only city in the world to host an entire foreign state within its borders: the walled enclave of Vatican City



 Circolo del Golf Roma Acquasanta
Via Appia Nuova, 716/a - Roma
18 - Holes
   

Circolo del Golf Roma Acquasanta (literally “holy water golf club”), was founded in 1903 and designed by Vanni, Flach, de Castro and Young

• The 71-par course is characterized by flat terrain scattered with streams, ancient Roman ruins and other historical evidence among the 18 holes

• The British-style clubhouse is comfortable and elegant and has hosted many golf celebrities and VIPs over time

Other recommendations in the area
• Country Club Castelgandolfo, Castel Gandolfo (RM)
18/9 - Holes (Par 72)
designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior
• Olgiata Golf Club, Roma (RM)
27 - Holes (Par 73/72/71)
the oldest 18-hole course “Ovest” was opened in 1961 according
to the plan by the English architect C. Kenneth Cotton, and
redrawn in 2012 by American Jim Fazio.
• Golf Club Parco de’ Medici, Roma (RM)
27 - Holes (Par 72)
designed by the architect David Mezzacane
• Golf Club Marco Simone, Guidonia Montecelio (RM)
27 - Holes (Par 72)
projected by the American Jim Fazio and official hosting venue of
Ryder Cup 2022

• International cuisine or traditional roman recipes can be tasted in trendy restaurants, family run trattorie or cozy, little snack bars located in the historical center or in the surrounding countryside

• Some of the best local pasta dishes are: cacio e pepe (with cheese and pepper sauce), alla gricia (with pork cheek and pecorino cheese), all’amatriciana (with pecorino cheese and tomato sauce), alla carbonara (with bacon, cheese, eggs and pepper), con pajata (with calf intestine) or gnocchi alla romana (semolina flour dumplings)

  • Saltimbocca (wrapped marinated meat with ham and sage leaves), coda alla vaccinara (braised oxtail), pajata (cooked unweaned calf intestines), and porchetta (stuffed and roasted suckling pig) are must-have meat specialties
  • On the charming hills surrounding Rome, lots of vineyards give excellent wines such as EstEstEst, Frascati or Marino

Gastronomy

Porchetta (meat)
Guanciale di Amatrice (cured meat)
Pecorino (cheese)
Abbacchio (meat)
Olive oil
Carciofo romanesco (vegetable)

Wines

Castelli Romani (white)
Frascati (white)
Marino (white)
Orvieto (white)

 

In town:

  • Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna, Altare della Patria and the Imperial Forums; Vatican City;  Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, just to name a few

Nearby:

  • Frascati and the Roman Castles area, with medieval towns, small streets, alleys and historic shops. The city is also famous for white wine and for breathtaking panoramic views over Rome
  • Tivoli, along the Aniene River banks, well appreciated by the ancient Romans as a cool place in summer, also renowned for majestic villas, large architectural monumental buildings and magnificent waterfalls in the Villa Gregoriana’s Park 

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