Located in a convent of the seventeenth century, Domus Romana is the ideal place where the ancient and the modern blend to create a unique architectural setting of its kind. The convent has been retrieved as it was once thanks to the sensibility and investment of the owners. Inside there are wall paintings, coffered ceilings and precious materials. From the inner court, where there is a fountain with two columns, you enter the art room called SALA DOMUS ROMANA. Within the structure, on the balconies where Pio XI once kept his books, some of the best Italian wine bottles in the world.