Ciampino is a relatively young city. Therefore, there are no monuments from the Middle Ages. The churches in the city itself were built in the 20th century and are not very interesting. In the countryside there are still some remains from Roman times that are worth seeing.
Tourist attractions Ciampino
Villa of Quinto Voconio Pollione
The Villa di Quinto Voconio Pollione was discovered by chance in 1880, during the construction of a railroad line. Sculptures found here can be seen in the Vatican Museums and in the Musei Capitolini.
Ancient Roman road
Other remains from Roman times are stretches of road that used to lead to Frascati and to the south.
Villa Segni and Casale dei Monaci
Monuments from the 17th century include the Villa Segni and the better-known Casale dei Monaci.
San Luigi Gonzaga Church
The oldest church in Ciampino is the San Luigi Gonzaga Church.
San Giovanni Battista Church
The San Giovanni Battista Church is no more than a century old, although it contains a 17th century altarpiece.
Sacro Cuore di Gesù Church
The Sacro Cuore di Gesù Church dates back to the same period.
Parco Regionale dell’Appia Antica
This enormous park starts just outside the center of Rome and stretches 16km, even beyond Ciampino.
The fountain in the Via Quattro Novembre is called “Flight of the Caryatid” (Volo del Cariatide). A caryatid is a statue of a female figure which is used as a column.
Piazza della Pace monument
The monument in the Piazza della Pace is dedicated to the victims of war.
The Villa Maruffi is another ancient villa.
Chiesa della Beato Vergine Maria del Rosario
The Chiesa della Beata Vergine Maria del Rosario is open from 07:00 till 12:00 and from 16:00 till 19:00.