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    Cori, a small town near Rome is nestled on a hill and still supported by the original ancient cyclopic walls, where remains of temples, ruins and churches accompany the visitor through to the 20th Century.

    A place of mythology (Jason and Argonauts, Ulysses), the site of numerous battles (first with the Volsci, Latins and Romans and later as a refuge for Lucio Silla during the war with Mario), and currently divided into three Rioni corresponding to the three accesses into the town.

    To the present day, a traditional horse race (Palio delle Contrade) and a costume parade are held during the summer months, which makes Cori an enchanting place.

    How to get there?

    If you arrive to Roma Fiumicino airport Cori can be reached by taking a train from Roma Termini station to Velletri and then taking a bus from Velletri to Cori. Or arranging a pick-up from Velletri.

    If you arrive to Roma Ciampino airport you can reach Cori by local bus or by train to Velletri or arranging a pick up with us.

    If you arrive by train to Velletri or Cisterna station, a pick up has to be arranged with us.

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