From the golden beaches on the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, to the olive and vineyard covered hills, to cultural relics left behind after thousands of years of human history, Lazio is a microcosm of Italy. Rome sits in the middle of this region, and is usually the only part of Lazio tourists see. But if you go only 100 KM or so outside the eternal city, you can find an authentic and rich Italian experience. You can sit on beaches guarded by castles, hike through dense mountain forests while stumbling upon ruined monasteries, visit the remnants of the ancient Etruscan civilisations and walk through winding village streets whose stones have supported the feet of its residents for centuries. In the North you can find the border of Tuscany with a similar landscape of rolling golden hills and agricultural traditions. In the south you can find the most beautiful beaches on the Gulf of Gaeta. In between you will find each zone’s unique pasta, farm fresh wine or special meat and cheese. In Lazio you will discover a sample of all the wonders Italy has to offer, without driving much more than an hour in any direction.
Caput mundi, the most famous art city in the world and the cradle of Roman civilization that was a foundation of all of western civilization. In its nearly three thousand years of history it has been the capital of the ancient world as well as Christianity. To get to know Rome, a lifetime is not enough, but with some guidance you can start to understand why so many have grown to love it over the millenia. The city combines ancient and modern history, with sprinklings of all the eras in between: the first Paleochristian churches, the most exuberant Baroque, the private collections in the ancient noble palaces and the Rationalist architectural structures of the fascist era flavor the city.
Over the years, Emperors, Popes and noble families have tried their hand to make Rome magnificent and grandiose. Walking through the ancient ruins of the Forums, the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the splendid basilicas, such as St. Peter and St. John, will be like leafing through a book of art history. La Dolce Vita, La Grande Bellezza and Roman Holiday are just some of the famous films of international cinema that celebrated the beauty of the capital. Having a coffee in the most beautiful squares in the world, mingling with the Romans, sipping a prosecco in the afternoon and tasting an authentic carbonara will be an unforgettable experience for you. From Rome you can start to discover the Lazio region and the other cities of art that have established close economic and cultural relationships with Rome.
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