Monte Compatri travel guide

Monte Compatri is  a hill town in the province of Rome, in an area that is best known as the Castelli Romani. It is located around 20 kms south-east of Rome and has less than 10.000 inhabitants.

Monte Compatri travel guide

Every year, towards the end of November, Monte Comprati hosts a festival in honor of Santa Cecilia.

Tourist Attractions Monte Comprati

  • Palazzo Borghese: In the Middle Ages for a period of time Monte Comprati was a fief of the Borghese family. Nowadays the palazzo is the town hall of the city.
  • Church of Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo: This church was designed by Carlo Rainaldi and commissioned by Scipione Borghese. It was built between 1630 and 1633 and the campanile used to be the communal tower.
  • Gabii: An ancient city in the frazione Osteria dell’Osa of Monte Comprati.
  • Museo Civico ed Enogastronomico – Città di Monte Compatri: This museum can be found in the crypt underneath the Palazzo Borghese.
  • Monastery of San Silvestro
  • Castello della Molara
  • Church of San Michele Arcangelo
  • Church of San Lorenzo: This church is located in the Frazione of Laghetto.
  • Palazzo Annibaldeschi
  • Palazzo Altemps
  • Palazzo Passavanti: (via Placido Martini 124)
  • Fontana dell’Angelo: Fountain of the Angel, 17th century.
  • Fontana del Belvedere.

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