FIUMICINO – 2017 – Day Three

DSCN4649DSCN4650DSCN4652I had one day left of my stay in Fiumicino, and I was going to explore as much as I could.  There are a few archaeological sites near Fiumicino, in the surrounding area, but unfortunately, for me, they were not open during the few days that I was staying there.  That said, I was more than content to stroll around the city, and its environs, even though there was no main “attraction” on hand.DSCN4656DSCN4659DSCN4665DSCN4668DSCN4671DSCN4672DSCN4674DSCN4675The Church of Santa Maria Stella Maris is located down Via Giorgio Giorone, one of the small shopping streets in the Isola Sacra area.  DSCN4680DSCN4683DSCN4686DSCN4689DSCN4690DSCN4691DSCN4693DSCN4694DSCN4695DSCN4696DSCN4698DSCN4699DSCN4701DSCN4702DSCN4703DSCN4704DSCN4705DSCN4706DSCN4711DSCN4713DSCN4714DSCN4715DSCN4716DSCN4717DSCN4718DSCN4719DSCN4721DSCN4722DSCN4723DSCN4724DSCN4725DSCN4726DSCN4727DSCN4728DSCN4729DSCN4730DSCN4733DSCN4735As I was walking along Via della Scafa, getting closer to the airport, and away from the city of Fiumicino, I noticed some old structures.  As the sun would be setting soon, I decided to head back to the hotel, with plans of  exploring this area, in more detail, on my next visit.  DSCN4736

Next up: the beautiful town of Castel Gandolfo!


Note: this blog is written in English and Spanish, and the author takes no responsibility for the quality of any other translations which may appear.  If you have enjoyed this post, please check out our archives for more posts from Fiumicino, as well as other Italian destinations.  Grazie!


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