Frascati is a town in the region of Lazio, in central Italy. It is located about 15 kilometers southeast of Rome. The town is known for its beautiful setting, on the slopes of the Alban Hills. It is also home to many vineyards, and is famous for its white wine, which has been produced in the area for centuries. In addition to its wine-making heritage, Frascati is also known for its historical and cultural attractions, including the Villa Aldobrandini, the Church of Saint Peter, and the Astronomical Observatory of Frascati. The town is also a popular destination for outdoor activities, with many hiking and biking trails in the surrounding hills.