borgo medievale degli opifici centro rafting mulino carlani chiesa di san lorenzo monastero di san benedetto cappella della madonna monastero di san benedetto chiesa superiore monastero di santa scolastica chiostro cosmatesco monastero di santa scolastica chiostro gotico ponte medievale di san francesco la rocca dei borgia sala dei banchetti la rocca dei borgia sala della commenda la rocca dei borgia vista dell'orologio

Borgo Medievale degli Opifici.

Mulino Carlani - Centro rafting.

Chiesa di San Lorenzo.

Monastero di San Benedetto
Cappella della Madonna.

Monastero di San Benedetto
La Chiesa Superiore.

Monastero di Santa Scolastica
Il Chiostro Cosmatesco.

Monastero di Santa Scolastica
Il Chiostro Gotico.

Ponte Medievale di San Francesco.

Rocca dei Borgia
Sala dei Banchetti.

Rocca dei Borgia
Sala della Commenda.

Rocca dei Borgia
Il Giardino dell'Orologio.

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The City of Art in Virtual Tour

A new way to communicate with citizens and tourists. The Subiaco Municipality introduces the City’s thousand-year-old history and its artistic and cultural heritage with two multimedia interactive tools: the QR code and Virtual Tour.

The QR code is a two-dimensional bar code that can be scanned using a smartphone camera. This opens the web page of the portal, where information and opening times can be found. The website also offers Virtual Tour, a selection of 360° HD photos that will take users on a virtual tour of the chosen location.

If you happen to be walking around Subiaco's streets and medieval squares, you might wonder what those black and white squares on tourist information signs and on the main monuments are...

Discover unique locations

Panoramica del Monastero di San Benedetto

Subiaco is the largest city in the upper Aniene Valley, and is located in the Simbruini Regional Park, the largest protected area in the Lazio region. The city offers many cultural attractions, beginning with the Benedictine monasteries of St. Scholastica and St. Benedict, rich in art and testament to the historical heritage of the area.

In ancient times, the area around Subiaco was inhabited by the Aequi, who were eventually defeated by the Romans in 304 BC after a long struggle for independence. Following the occupation of the upper Aniene Valley, the Romans built impressive aqueducts in the area.

  • Download the application
    on your smartphone
    or tablet
  • Launch the application
  • Frame the QR code
  • The information will be uploaded directly to your screen