Casanova is a tiny town in Fauquier County, Virginia, and sits in the intersection of Casanova Road and Rogues Road. Although this city is small, it still packs a punch of personality for a few reasons. One reason is that the city is known for the Melrose Castle which is now a private residence, as well as The Inn at Polar Springs. Not only that, but Casanova is home to classical pianist and philanthropist Martin Berofsky. In 2005, the Casanova Historic District made it onto the National Register of Historic Places.
Warrenton is the closest city to Casanova with a small population of 10,000. Other cities within 30 minutes driving distance would include Manassas and Gainesville. This area of Virginia is steeped in history and surrounding cities have the attractions to show it.