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Enveloped by its own park, the complex was erected on the site of a villa built by Emperor Sulpicio Galba.
170 beds in single and double rooms, each with private bath. Towels and linens are supplied.
The villa and park have undergone numerous renovations over the centuries. At the beginning of the Renaissance, the villa belonged to the Vespignani family. By the end of the 18th century, it was bought by the order of the Religiosi Chierici della Madre di Dio and was used as a farm to supply their main house in Rome and as a summer residence for religious representatives.
Breakfast is always included. Other meals can be provided on request.
There is a large park, private parking, four conference halls, cafe, private chapel and soccer field.
By car: 1) From Rome take Via Tuscolana and follow the signs to Frascati or take the Grande Raccordo Anulare (GRA) and exit at #22 - Via Tuscolana per Frascati.The villa is about 8 km from the exit.
2) Take the autostrada A2 Roma-Napoli and exit at Monte Porzio Catone and follow the signs to Frascati.
By train: Get off at Roma Termini and either take the local train to Frascati (from the train, it is a ten-minute walk to the villa) or take the Metro A and get off at the terminal Anagnina. From there take the local bus to Frascati and get off at Villa Sora stop.