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From exploring the busy, attraction-packed capital of Rome to hiking around sparkling lakes and rolling hills, Lazio offers a wide range of activities. Although the most famous of Lazio’s attractions are undoubtedly Rome’s ancient archaeological sites, which remind visitors of the pivotal role the city played in the Roman Empire, there is lots more to see here. Survey artwork in world-class museums, take a vineyard tour in the countryside and relax by the sea.
Lazio’s most famous destination is Rome, “the Eternal City.” Marvel at iconic landmarks, such as the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine. People-watch near Piazza del Campidoglio and make a wish by throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain. Don’t leave without entering the Vatican City to marvel at the fresco-covered Sistine Chapel and the magnificent St. Peter’s Basilica.
Further inland is Rieti, home of the ancient capital of Sabina. This mountainous region on the slopes of the Reatini Mountains is a great starting point for nature excursions. Hike through the Reatini Lakes Nature Reserve to spot protected plants and birds, such as herons and little grebes. Other noteworthy beauty spots include Lake Bolsena, one of the biggest volcanic lakes in Europe, which affords stunning views out to the islands of Bisentina and Martana.
Discover Lazio’s history in the well-preserved medieval core of Viterbo, a town which also serves as a great base for exploring the verdant northern reaches of Lazio. Head to the coastal resort of Ostia to inspect the ruins of the ancient Roman town and wander around the UNESCO-listed ancient estates of Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este, both in Tivoli.
Start your journey by flying into either of Rome’s airports, Leonardo da Vinci Airport at Fiumicino or Ciampino Airport. Ride the metro while in Rome or take a train from the airport to reach other areas of Lazio.
Many people come to Lazio during the warmer months, but consider visiting in the winter to take advantage of snowy mountain scenery and the ski resorts of Terminillo, Livata and Campo Staffi.
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 accommodation. Hotels, bed & breakfasts and guest houses are also plentiful in Lazio.
A: You can choose to organise every detail of your trip or let Expedia help you out with a terrific Lazio holiday package. Flights, cars and hotels — we have them covered. All you'll have to do is figure out the type of activities you'd like to try.
A: One of the easiest ways to save dollars is to bundle your bookings with the help of Expedia. Flights, Hotels and Experiences can all be easily combined into a neat little holiday package — and by doing this, you'll save some time as well. Keep this in mind before you book.
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 travellers, including Conservatorio di Musica.
We recommend checking out Marco Simone Golf Club if Guidonia Montecelio is the main focus of your stay in Lazio.
Amazing location, lovely place. The youngest staff are really pleasant, the guys that served breakfast worked incredibly hard to make everyone happy! The people at the reception when we checked out were NOT nice at all, not pleasant, not polite.
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.
The only dislike was that the beds were rock hard. Had to put extra blankets under me to sleep half way decent. Other than that, our stay was wondering!
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. ...