Absolutely not to be missed: the Roman amphitheater of Frosinone ; the religious circuit with the Abbey of Montecassino, Abbey of Trisulti and Abbey of Casamari ; the Terme di Fiuggi ; Anagni, City of Bonifacio VIII, the Pope of the first Jubilee, and the other fortified cities Alatri, Atina, Arpino and Ferentino, completely surrounded by pre-Roman polygonal walls, indicated in popular tradition as the cities of the Cyclops, founded by the god Saturn; the Fumone Castle where Pope Celestino V died; the underground Ciociaria with the Pastena Caves (one of the most important speleological complexes in Italy), the Collepardo Caves(fascinating limestone formations depicting human features) and the Pozzo d'Antullo (a natural rarity, a large karst chasm, with a depth of 60 meters); the Abruzzo National Park ; the National Reserve of the Lago di Posta Fibreno with its biodiversity and the floating island; The Lake St. John Assignment and Lake Canterno (both regional reserves). To finish Ernici, Lepine, Ausoni and Aurunci and dell'Amaseno Valley . Finally, one cannot leave Ciociaria without having visited the places of the youth of S. Tommaso d'Aquino: Roccasecca, Aquino and Monte S. Giovanni Campano .

Ciociaria is characterized by sunny hills, vineyards, olive groves, farms, genuine and traditional recipes. The Taste Itinerary begins with Cesanese del Piglio, which was the first in Lazio to obtain the DOCG designation. Then, the Cabernet di Atina DOC, a wine derived from a French grape variety, planted by the agronomist Pasquale Visocchi in the Comino Valley for the first time ever in Italy. And what about bread, cheeses, buffalo mozzarella, extra virgin olive oil, truffles, Cannellino beans, Pontecorvo peppers (also known as cornetto peppers) and homemade pasta. These are just some of the most delicious, unique and typical products of this authentic realm of taste.