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Hill towns south of Rome

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We have been to Rome several times and have seem most of the "must" see sites in and around Rome and are looking looking for information regarding a possible 4 to 6 hour day trip to some of the following towns:
Frascati, Castel Grandolfo, Nemi, Anagni, Sermoneta and Nifa. Any information on these towns and especially suggestions on "how" to visit them, especially Sermoneta and Nifa, from Rome, would be appreciated. Really do not want to rent a car, so any suggestions for tours, busses and/or hiring a driver (if it is reasonable) would be great. Thanks

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