- Fondi: The revolt of Itri a hundred years from a massacre
- Fondi: "Fun n 'Bus' - Free shuttles for safe fun
- Funds: Variations for solo accordion language
- Fundi: Myths of water on display
- Funds: Mosaic of Memory of paintings
- Funds: At the start today manifestly unfounded music
Fondi is located halfway between Rome and Naples, on the Via Appia. The town lies on a plain at the foot of the mountains and Aurunci Ausoni. The city of Fondi also has a coastline of 13 km and a lake that takes its name from the city, precisely the Lake Fondi. The city of Fondi is defined by its ultimate symbol, the majestic baronial castle of the fourteenth century, built by Onorato I Caetani on pre-existing Roman walls.
The castle now houses the Museo Civico. Also worth seeing are the Palazzo del Principe, baths, Roman, partly visible from the square of the Unification of Italy, and the megalithic walls in today's Via Guglielmo Marconi, the characteristic area of the Elm Perino, Judea, to evidence of Jewish presence in the city since ancient times.
Among the most important churches, to see: San Pietro, Santa Maria Assunta, the former Gothic church of San Domenico (now Municipal Auditorium), the fourteenth-century church of San Francesco. The city known for Mof Fondi, one of the largest fruit and vegetable markets of Europe is a country with tourism and finds its strength in water sports such as swimming, canoeing, water skiing, windsurfing, kite surfing and diving. Above is the ideal place for hiking and mountain biking trails in the Parco dei Monti Aurunci and Lake Fondi. It 's the ideal place for riding.