Excellent cuisine, beautiful landscapes, and an ancient history: all of this is found in Lazio, on a trip that seems to transform into a history book at every stop.
And that can only begin from the capital of Italy, Rome, the Eternal City and cradle of Western civilization, whose monuments and history make it a destination of great acclaim on an international level.
Lazio is also a region of sea and beaches, bathed by the Tyrrhenian Sea, with wide and sandy coastlines and a vibrant nightlife along the coast, making the region an excellent choice for vacations that combine sea, entertainment, and culture, both on the mainland like at Sabaudia, Ostia, Gaeta, and on islands, like Ponza.
But it is also a land of quiet and thermal baths, a tradition lost from Roman times (the Baths of Caracalla are a strong indication of this).
At Tivoli, the Villa d'Este and Villa Adriana have been named UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
For more experiences in touch with nature, Lazio’s lakes are outside of the usual tourist routes: Lake Bolsena (the largest volcanic basin in Europe) and Lake Bracciano, are overlooked by the Castello Orsini-Odescalchi .
You can also ski in Lazio: there are ski resorts along the Lazio Appennines, such as on Mount Terminillo, Mount Livata, and Campo Staffi.