Lazio

getting to lazio

Travel Options

For our houses in Lazio, Perugia is the closest airport around 1 hour and 20 minutes away, and the two Rome airports are accessible in under two hours and offer a wide choice of flights.

Nowadays, the variety and choice of flights from UK airports to European destinations is considerable. We do not tie you in to a package holiday with prearranged travel; you are free to choose flights from your closest airport using any charter, scheduled or low cost airline. We can book flights on your behalf if you would like us to, for this service we charge a fee of £30 for each return flight booked.

You may prefer to take your own vehicle and drive to Italy. If you wish to travel by ferry to France, we can offer guidance and exclusive discounted rates for Brittany Ferries services. Further information on sea crossings.

Another option is to take the Eurotunnel service through the Channel Tunnel to Calais, and driving from there. It is also feasible to take the train to Italy, via Paris to Turin or Milan, and onward to Florence or Rome. More information on train travel.

We always recommend booking your travel arrangements as soon as you have decided on your holiday accommodation. You will usually find that fares are lower and the choice is wider. If you need to place a 'hold' on your chosen property whilst you are booking your travel arrangements we are more than happy to do this for you.

Fly from:

  1. Birmingham
  2. East Midlands
  3. Edinburgh
  4. Gatwick
  5. Glasgow
  6. Heathrow
  7. Leeds Bradford
  8. Luton
  9. Manchester
  10. Newcastle
  11. Stansted

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Villages and towns in Lazio

Bolsena

Bolsena, on the north side of the lake, is a most likeable, relaxed town and a good base for water sport activities, including sailing, kayaking, fishing, and even scuba diving. You can join a boat trip to the islands in the lake, or hire a boat yourself from Bolsena. The present town is divided into the medieval ‘centro storico’ on the hillside and the newer part along the lakeside. Towering over the town is the Castello Monaldeschi, built in the 13th century, which now houses a museum telling the history of the lake from prehistoric times, through the Etruscan era, the Roman town of Volsinii and the life of the fishermen on the lake. The town really comes alive during the summer, and there are various events and festivities to join in with.

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