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Located in Subiaco, Palazzo Moraschi Subiaco offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge and a garden. I liked so much the location. It looks like a fashion noble house and my friends and I felt like important and noble old people.
Offering garden views, Casa Lieta in Subiaco offers accommodations, a restaurant, a shared lounge, a garden, barbecue facilities and a terrace. The nature around is wonderful! Very quiet area and close to Subiaco "village with a lots of shops and tourist attractions, sports activities and last but not least the spectacular river with a very cold water where you can enjoy during the summer time". We went to see the San Benedetto lake which is stunning and Livata mountain perfect for a little bit of fresh air. Casa Lieta is very clean and quiet located right in the middle between Subiaco and Livata mountain.
Set in Subiaco, 25 mi from Tivoli, B&B Civico69 offers a bar and free WiFi. Simple but clean and modern room with TV, airco, and shower facilities. Staff very kind and helpful. Close to Subiaco centre and Monasteries (worth a visit). Great for a Night over. Free parking available before the bar where you take breakfast.
Visited Mount Livata and found a bit of snow. Although we couldnt ski as the skifield was closed we had fun having a play around. Stayed at Casa Lieta, a very tranquil place in the road to My Livata. Highly recommend The Benedictine Monastery and a walk up Rocca Borgia. On the first night we ate at the host's restaurant up our road. Great food and service. We ate at The Aniene restaurant in town a couple of times too. Their home made desserts are delicious. We also ate at La Stella Alpina. The waiter was amazing. Subiaco is worth a visit.
I went to Subiaco because I had been hearing about it in school (I went to a Benedictine school) and when the opportunity came to stay 2 nights, I was not disappointed. It was a great, quiet place to commune with nature. So different from the harassed crowds in Rome!
Busy Rokeby Road, the main 'village' street, lots of shops and restaurants, busy at weekends especially, join the restaurant crowds. Their are 40 restaurants in 'SUBI', catering for all tastes and pockets. The best way to get around is on foot. There is plenty of car parking, even the paid facilities offer first two hours free. The many parks and open places are in or near Subiaco centre are particularly good, most with free electric barbecues