Being a pretty, charming and historic hillside town, Tivoli, situated around 30km to the east-north-east or Rome, remains of the most popular destinations for day trips from Rome.
Dubbed as one of the “most beautiful towns in Lazio,” Civita di Bagnoregio, on the northern side of the Viterbi province, is a truly spectacular town to visit.
Lazio, located in the central peninsular of Italy, is defined predominantly by rolling emerald hills and jagged mountain peaks. Amongst the hills and mountains are pockets of lakes, many of which comprise of a fascinating legend. This scenically-stunning part of Italy is also blessed with beautiful, traditional towns dotted across the landscape.
If you fly into Rome on a clear day, you may be able to make out the blue waters of Lake Bolsena shimmering under the sun below, Europe’s largest volcanic lake. Unlike other lakes in Northern Italy, Bolsena remains largely unspoilt, and is also blessed with a rich history and heritage.
Did you know a staggering 10 percent of the world’s best beaches are in Italy? This culturally and gastronomically-distinct nation enjoys a wonderful periphery scattered with golden beaches, beautiful coves and fascinating coastal towns and villages. And none more so than the beautiful Lazio coast, laying to the south of Rome.
Bolsena has been described as a ‘miraculous’ lake. This immense crater lake in central Italy lies within the northern area of the province of Viterbo in the region of Lazio. The lake has a circumference of 43km, making it the largest volcanic lake in Europe, boasting a shoreline of beautiful black volcanic sands.
When a city is described as being a ‘good alternative to Rome’, you know it’s got to be somewhere special. Civitavecchia on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, approximately 80km northwest of Rome, offers an alternative city to witness Italy’s ancient history and unique culture, without the crowds of Rome.
Lazio has one of the biggest tourist destinations in the world, Rome, which has drawn people to it since time immemorial. As well as Rome, the area is brimming with some fantastic hot-spots that never fail to pull in the crowds.
Wonderful landscapes and plenty of medieval pueblos are characteristics of the Lazio region of Italy, which borders the Tyrrhenian Sea. The town of Viterbo in Lazio is laid back and cultured, a place where good food, relaxation and an acute awareness of its history, age old customs and rhythm of life are deeply entrenched.
The Lazio region of Italy comprises of a diverse mix of ancient culture, verdant hills, lakes and mountains, bordered by the Tyrrhenian Sea and crossed by the River Tiber. The provinces of Lazio include Rome, which is understandably the regional capital, as well as four other areas – Frosinone, Viterbo, Rieti and Latina.