Lots of tourists go go Frascati, just outside of Rome. That's where you go in the autumn for some enjoyable wine tasting.
Just near there is another little town in the shadow of the Colli Albani hills. This town is called Grottaferrata and it's a must if you have a strong interest in liturgy.
September 26 is the feast of St. Nilo, abbot and founder of the famous Greek rite monastero of Grottaferrata, just southeast of Rome. It's a two-day celebration and really a very special event.
The monks there are Italians, from the south, mostly from old Greek colonies. They are Catholic, but Greek rite, and sing a magnificent liturgy.
All of your intentions will be carried there today to the altar where you will be remembered in pious prayer.
Father, send us more vocations!