I know the question of day trips from Rome has been asked a hundred times, and i have looked over the results I came across - sooo much information! But I wanted to narrow down our requests for ideas if ya'll don't mind.
We are traveling to London, Paris, and Rome over a 2 week period in late September (yes, fast trip, I know.). We are planning to do a day trip from London to Stonehenge (or Avebury, or somewhere!). And we think we want to do a day trip to Florence from Rome. We were also hoping to do one more day trip from Rome to see as much as we can!
We are totally beach people, and this is our first vacation that isn't to somewhere tropical. And we have nothing beachy planned at all for this trip! I would like to see some of the Italian coastline. I have looked at a couple of the nearby Rome beaches, but a couple of other ideas have come up, too. We don't really fear a long commute (within some reason of course!) we don't want to be totally dependent on a tour group. I have looked at Capri as well as Vernazza. Does anyone have any opinions they could share, or any other ideas? While I'd love something coastal, I am not totally opposed to being swayed either.
We are both 31, fit and active. I will be 23 weeks pregnant, but it will not be a factor to my activity level. Budget wise - we are conscious, but not going to let it limit something we REALLY want to do. We will have very easy access to Termini. Also, it is probably worth noting that we aren't really museum/art people. We do like ruins and exploring, though.
Thank you in advance!