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Highlights in Lazio
- Places of historical and artistic interest
- Sailing and skiing
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Holiday rentals in Lazio
Many holiday rentals in Lazio are located in cities of art: historic rentals in thecentre of Rome, modern accommodation on the outskirts of the capital or more or less rustic houses in other interesting destinations in the region. But Lazio is also water: that of the Tyrrhenian coast, or that which bathes the islands of Ponza and Ventotene and the shores of the lakes of Bracciano, Bolsena and Vico. Here, too, the offer ranges from rustic to modern rentals. You will also find holiday accommodation in the most popular mountain destinations in the region.
A holiday letting in Lazio usually has good equipment. The interior is generally equipped with air conditioning/heating, TV, appliances, Internet connection and sometimes even a sauna or whirlpool. As for the exterior, some accommodations have a balcony or garden, also with a swimming pool. If you like to cook, you can choose a structure with grill.
The wide range of accommodation makes it easy for you to find the perfect holiday letting in Lazio for you. Many rentals are suitable for children or the disabled. Some admit animals, others don't to help allergy sufferers. Many accommodations also offer various services, such as ski and bike rental, the presence of a porter or the shuttle service.
Holidays in Lazio
Travellers and related activities
Lazio is rich in spas. Among the top destinations are the Terme di Stigliano in Canale Monterano, surrounded by a park of 20 hectares. They are famous, among other things, for the Roman Route, inspired by the baths of ancient Rome.
The winds and currents of Lake Bracciano are ideal for sailing. If you want to get closer to sailing, or progress in the discipline, you can use the Planet Sail school in Bracciano, which also organises windsurfing courses.
Among the ski resorts in Lazio there are Leonessa Campo Stella, Selvarotonda di Cittareale and above all the Terminillo ski area. Here you will find 30 km of slopes, located between the mountains Terminilluccio and Terminilletto and between 1,600 and 2,100 m above sea level. The area is served by a cable car, a treadmill and three chairlifts.
Top 5 travel tips
Everyone visits St. Peter's Basilica. But if you want to be amazed by a place as ignored as it is fascinating, you must visit the Basilica of San Clemente al Laterano. From the 12th century church, going underground, you get first to a 4th century basilica and then to Roman buildings from the 1st century.
Sevles boasts two exceptional destinations. The first is Villa d'Este, a Renaissance palace with an Italian-style garden famous above all for its splendid fountains. The second is Villa Adriana, the residence that the Emperor Hadrian had built in the second century. The remains of these private houses and outbuildings are located in a park of 120 hectares.
The Circeo National Park covers an area of 5,600 hectares between Anzio and Terracina, along the Tyrrhenian coast. In the Park there are 5 different habitats, each with its own flora and fauna. If you are an art lover, you will also appreciate the remains of the Villa di Domiziano and the village of Villa Fogliano.
Vigna di Valle houses the Historical Museum of the Italian Air Force. Four hangars and an outdoor exhibition area house dozens of aircraft, starting with the 1804 Garnerin balloon and the 1877 Forlanini experimental helicopter. It goes as far as the MM7125 fighter-bomber of 1991.
At least for one evening, don't dine in your holiday letting in Lazio and discover the local cuisine. Do not miss the abbacchio alla romana with potatoes, artichokes alla giudia and spaghetti alla carbonara.
Did you know that of the 3,000 films shot in Cinecittà, 47 received an Oscar? And that the complex occupies an area of 40 hectares and includes 22 studios, a backlot and a swimming pool?!
Things to know
The infiorata of Genzano di Roma is one of the oldest traditions of Lazio. In the night before the feast of Corpus Christi the inhabitants of the city create with flowers drawings and ornamental motifs: a real carpet on which then parades the solemn procession.
Why don't you book holiday rentals in Lazio in October? Every third week in October, the International Circus Festival takes place in Latina. Dozens of artists perform, while businessmen from all over the world try to grab new talent.