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Things to do in  Lazio

Welcome to Lazio

Lazio offers much more than just the showstopping city of Rome. Travelers venture out of Italy’s capital to explore Etruscan ruins in Cerveteri and Tarquinia, the ancient Roman city of Ostia Antica, Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este in Tivoli, the volcanic lakes of Bracciano and Bolsena, and the Castelli Romani’s hill towns and wineries. The Tyrhennian coastline to the west is lined with friendly resort towns for beach breaks while the Apennine peaks to the east is crisscrossed with high-altitude hiking and biking trails.

Top 5 attractions in Lazio

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Montecassino Abbey (Abbazia di Montecassino)

Montecassino Abbey (Abbazia di Montecassino)

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Perched high on a mountaintop south of Rome, the Montecassino Abbey is notable both for its imposing architecture and for its long and turbulent history. One of the most important monastic complexes in Italy, the abbey draws architecture enthusiasts, history buffs, and Christian pilgrims by the thousands each year.More
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Lake Bracciano (Lago di Bracciano)

Lake Bracciano (Lago di Bracciano)

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Thanks to its proximity to Rome, Lake Bracciano (Lago di Bracciano) has long been a popular retreat for city dwellers while remaining largely off the tourist radar. The medieval lakeside villages of Bracciano, Anguillara, and Trevignano have waterfront promenades and the lake waters are ideal for swimming, sailing, and water sports.More
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Villa Gregoriana Park (Parco Villa Gregoriana)

Villa Gregoriana Park (Parco Villa Gregoriana)

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Home to a towering waterfall, ancient ruins, and thick woods dotted with caves and crisscrossed by scenic trails, the Villa Gregoriana Park (Parco Villa Gregoriana is an idyllic retreat just outside Rome. Located in Tivoli, this Italian National Heritage Trust gem—along with nearby Villa d’Este—is an ideal day trip from the capital city.More
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Trevignano Romano

Trevignano Romano

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Thanks to its proximity to Rome, Trevignano Romano on Lake Bracciano has long been a popular retreat from the city, and a strategic base for visiting the nearby medieval villages of Bracciano and Anguillara. The lakeside town boasts a waterfront promenade, and the lake is ideal for swimming, sailing, and water sports.More
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Popes’ Palace (Palazzo dei Papi)

Popes’ Palace (Palazzo dei Papi)

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The Gothic Popes’ Palace (Palazzo dei Papi) was built for the popes who lived in Viterbo for a brief period in the mid-13th century. The palace’s elegant arched Loggia delle Benedizione is where newly elected pontiffs would greet the faithful after emerging from the Aula del Conclave, site of the first (and longest) papal conclave.More

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Civitavecchia Port to Rome

Civitavecchia Port to Rome

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