Cittaducale is situated approximately 40 miles (64 kilometers) northeast of Rome, the national capital.
Don't limit yourself to Cittaducale; Lazio has been blessed with plenty of man-made and natural attractions waiting to be explored. Terni, is 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southeast, and Lucoli sits 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the west.
Around 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northwest of Cittaducale is Terni, a regional city where you'll find Palazzo Mazzancolli, Museo Archeologico di Terni and Palazzo Spada. Porta Sant'Angelo, Lancia di Luce and Piazza Tacito are also good places to spend time.
Discover the region's rich cultural tapestry at Lazio's wonderful mansions, palaces and indoor markets. For a budget outdoors activity that everyone will like, be sure to stop by the region's popular gardens, open-air markets and farms.
If you are in the area in the colder months, enjoy some of the local wintersports including snowboarding and cross-country skiing. These activities are on offer in the Lazio. Admire this region in a completely different way. Get above the clouds and try paragliding.
Try out typical Lazio meals so you can get to the heart of the local culture. There are lots of specialty dishes locally. Try out coda alla vaccinara (oxtail stew) or spaghetti alla carbonara (spaghetti carbonara). And no meal is finished until you have had fave dolci (sweet fava bean), a popular dessert here. Why not treat yourself to a glass of wine with your meal? Colli Albani and Aprilia are some popular options.
Before you return to the normality of home, you'll be bidding Cittaducale a sad Ciao (farewell).