Here's a pic of the house of my grandmothers sister. My guess is that the house was build around the year 1700..
In the background you see my uncles olive fields.. Its really nice to take a quiet long walk through the fields while the sun is setting.. :)
Here were inside the castle.. theres is no entrance fee or anything.. you can walk around as you like..
This is the local market in Sora where you can find almost anything!
People living in the smaller towns in the mountains come down to Sora to sell all kinds of fruit and vegetables, wine and food.. clothes.. lots of different things..
There's a bus from Roma Anagnina to Sora. It takes about 2 hours to Sora.
Roma Anagnina is one of the big bus stations.. Metro linea A goes from Termini to Anagnina.. And from Anagnina to Sora you go by bus P0004.. it leaves once every hour or so.. The bus ends at the bus/rail station in the heart of Sora.
When I go from Rome to Sora, I usually buy a BIRG ticket. Its a ticket that allows ulimited use of city and regional transport - including the metro. It costs about 10 euro..
Here's a link to the timetable:
For general info about transport in Lazio check out:
Cotral busses(intercity) - www.cotralspa.it
Busses and metro in Rome - http://www.atac.roma.it
Sora is a town near Frosinone. It is has got small highways and it is also connected to two motorways; A1 and A9 (or A4, i am missing up a bit) There is not much traffic here but the roads are small that it takes some time to get out of the town. The traffic signals are long and expect to wait for 1 to 2 minute at each signal.