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Vast tracts of countryside, ancient Roman palaces and medieval hilltop towns await in Lazio. The region borders the Tyrrhenian Sea and is filled with historic gems as well as snow-capped mountains, forests and coastal resorts.
Lazio was the cradle of the Roman Empire. It all started in Rome, the Eternal City. Rome is rich with a mixture of architectural styles, including some of the most famous buildings in the world. See the Colosseum, the Pantheon, Castel Sant'Angelo and the remains of temples, arches and basilicas of the Roman Forum. Go to St. Peter's Square and the Vatican, the heart of the Catholic world.
If you are interested in Roman history, visit ancient sites elsewhere in Lazio. Tour Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli, the summer retreat of the Emperor Hadrian. Walk through the remains of Ostia Antica, which was the harbor city of ancient Rome.
Before the Romans, Lazio was populated by Etruscans. Vestiges of their civilization survive in the region. See the Necropolis of Monterozzi in Tarquinia and the ancient site of an Etruscan city at the Vulci Archaeological Nature Park.
Diverse landscapes make Lazio a wonderful destination for lovers of the outdoors. Hike through the forest, around wetlands and by the coastal lakes of the National Park of Circeo. Go wildlife spotting in the Regional Park of the Castelli Romani. This swathe of protected land also encompasses ancient towns, archeological ruins and medieval castles.
Relax at the beach resorts and seaside towns of Lazio's long coastline, including Sperlonga and Gaeta. During the winter, head to the mountains for the ski resorts of Monte Livata and Campo Staffi.
Reach Lazio by flying into either of the two main airports in Rome. Travel to the region’s ancient sites and coastal and ski resorts by using local bus and train services, or explore the region at your own pace with a rented car.
A: Experience Rome like a local. Drive around the best sights of Latina with ease. Not only will a rental car make things easier, it'll make them more fun too. Sure, you can get about the major cities with buses and cabs if you need. But if you're venturing out into the region of Rome or farther afield, you'll want to have a look at our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Lazio.
A: While there are a few different airports in Lazio, there's every chance you'll be arriving at one of these major terminals:
A: Grab your suitcase and stay at one of the fine apartments. They're one of the most frequently booked accommodations. Hotels, bed & breakfasts and guest houses are also plentiful in Lazio.
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A: Ministry of Foreign Affairs ought to be one of your first stops once you've dumped your bags at your Rome hotel.
The city of Latina also has plenty to offer travelers, including Conservatorio di Musica.
We recommend checking out Marco Simone Golf Club if Guidonia Montecelio is the main focus of your stay in Lazio.
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The location was amazing, it was so convenient. A taxi bay is near the hotel too so we used that to get to further places like the Vatican. Hotel was very clean and most of the staff were very nice. In my opinion, those who worked the front desk were not friendly.
Great place to stay, amazing staff and very friendly.
This was a true quaint boutique hotel with excellent service, afternoon tea, nice breakfast and an excellent location within a 10 minute nice walk to the Spanish steps. The memory foam bed was exceptional. However, the shower needed complete replacement as non functional compared to quality hotels, ...
A wonderful setting, beautiful architecture, well maintained and well located for Trastevere. All the staff were friendly, welcoming and incredibly welcoming. They seemed happy to be working there and could not be more obliging
Everything was great. Friendly staff, clean hotel and we loved the breakfast.
very beautiful rooms and bathrooms. Clean! Room service is very limited. Close to restaurants and shops.I would definitely recommend it.
Hotel room was large with a very large balcony. Everything you could need. We did not use public transport whilst there as the nearest hop on hop off bus was at the Collisium which was a 50 minute walk. Fortunately the weather was good. Could not find many local restaurants open for dinner on Sunday. ...