Lazio, among the most archaic regions of Italy, owes much of its historical roots to the Tiber, the river where not only Rome and the Roman Empire developed, but also where the ancient populations gave birth to small urban centers that today we appreciate with the name of "borghi", like Castel Gandolfo or Bomarzo. From the Tyrrhenian coast, on which Nettuno and Sperlonga stand out, inland, Lazio amazes tourists with its charming villages, some of which lie incredibly on tuff hills, such as Civita di Bagnoregio and Calcata, veritable minis worlds suspended in time.
The village of Acquapendente is located in Lazio to the inside of the historical region of Tuscia.
Alvito, in the middle of the Valle di Comino, on the slopes of Monte Morrone, is inside the national park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise
The village of Amatrice in the province of Rieti, is located in the Gran Sasso National Park, Monti della Laga
Arpino, in Lazio, is the village where he was born Cicero.
The village of Ausonia is the ancient city of Italic people of the Osci Ausoni, in Lazio.
The village of Bomarzo is located in Lazio, in the heart of the historical region of Tuscia.
The village of Caprarola is located in Lazio, close to the Lake of Vico.
In a splendid position overlooking Lake Albano, Castel Gandolfo is known for the beauty of the surrounding nature and its elegant old town centre.
The village of Corchiano and its natural gorge is located in Lazio.
The village of Ferentino is located in the Sacco Valley in Lazio Region.
Fiuggi is located in the renowned thermal center of Ciociaria and its thermal waters are historically famous.
In 1223 San Francesco chose the village of Greccio, in Lazio Region, to relive the birth of Jesus.
The village of Labro is located in Lazio and dominates from another Piediluco Lake.
surrounded by lush vineyards, the heir of the ancient Lanuvium rises on the southern slopes of the Colli Albani, near Rome.
Borgo of Lariano in Lazio, owes its fame to the famous festival of the porcini mushrooms.
The village of Monte Compatri rises on a tufa hill of volcanic origin and the cellars of the houses, dug in the tufa, form an intricate network of underground tunnels.
Monte Porzio Catone
Monte Porzio Catone is reknown Città del Vino (city of wine), it could also be defined the City of Orchids and Nativity Scenes, for the two beautiful exhibitions successfully held every year.
Nemi, known for the cultivation of strawberries, is the smallest village of the Castelli Romani.
the seaside village of Nettuno is overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, in Lazio Region.
Rocca di Papa
The only one among the Castelli Romani that preserved its medieval layout, the picturesque Rocca di Papa is situated on the slopes of Monte Cavo.
Rocca Priora, that up to the early twentieth century was the glacier of Rome, stands facing strategically on latin valley and offers still today atmospheres and mountain views.
Sabaudia is located in the heart of the Circeo National Park in Lazio.
San Felice Circeo
The territory of the village of San Felice Circeo develops under the promontory of Circeo, in the Agro Pontino in Lazio.
The village of Santa Severa is situated along the via Aurelia, near Rome.
Sperlonga is a gorgeous Mediterranean village known for its Villa of Tiberius. This villa was extracted from a marine cave by the Roman emperor and then was fortified to prevent the Saracens attacks.
Subiaco, in Lazio and constitutes the area closest to Rome for the practice of winter sports.
The village of Veroli is located in Lazio, above a relief of the Mounts Ernici.
Vitorchiano is a small medieval village located at the feet of the Cimini Mountains.