Large, comfortable flat in the Vatican area, just two metro stops away from the Vatican Museums and St.Peter?s Square. The flat can host up to five people, three in the bedroom with a double and a single bed and two in the sofa bed in the living room. more info...
Situated in the centre of Italy, Lazio is divided into five provinces: Frosinone, Latina, Viterbo, Rieti and Rome. Selfcateringhols.com have villas and apartments in this region to satisfy all tastes.
Latina was founded in 1932. It is situated in the heart of the Roman country, was built according to the fascist architecture. And can be considered the second province of the Region. This province offers both attractive shores with lots of seaside resorts and an inland countryside full of places to be visited. Among them the Castello di Ninfa nature reserve stands out.
Viterbo stands at the foot of Cimini mountains, along the via Cassia. The ancient Roman Tuscia still shows cremellated and turrated walls provided with seven gates.
The 13th century represented the most glorious period of the city after its inauguration in 1257. Piazza del Plebiscito is in the city centre where the three palaces of Podest?, Prefecture and Priors are located. The Popes' palace, raised between 1255 and 1267, is definitely the most renowned monument of the city .
Rieti is the most lightly populated province of the Region. Its territory is mainly mountainous. It is characterized by an inaccessible landscape and small towns.
The best known resort in Rieti is the Terminillo, the closest skiing resort to Rome.
One of the main attractions of this province is the gastronomy, resulting from the combination of the traditions of Umbria and Latium with every dish prepared with local ingredients.
Frosinone, situated in the heart of the Ciociaria, on the top of a hill was laid waste by an earthquake in 1350 and rebuilt in 1527. The old town is dominated by the Cathedral, an originally Roman church restored in 18th and 20th centuries. Its stylish and picturesque bell tower, characterized by three rows of mullioned windows, still keeps the traces of the original building. The most delicious gastronomic specialities are the timballo alla Bonifacio VIII, maccheroni with a chicken dressing, gravy, meat balls, mushrooms and truffles, along with the fettuccine alla ciociara and mush with dumplings. The traditional recipes make a wide use of meat.
Rome is the capital city of Italy and one of the historic treasures of Europe. The city is a vast open-air museum where the present and the past co-exist in harmony.