Where to go

Lazio

1 of 7 - Rome-Fiumicino International Airport
The main airport in the region is in Fiumicino, about 30 km west of Rome. It has national, international and intercontinental connections. The airport is connected to Rome Termini railway station, in the centre of the city, by Trenitalia Leonardo Express trains. Many companies operate a bus service.
Useful links
www.adr.it
2 of 7 - Rome-Ciampino International Airport
The second airport in the Lazio region is in Ciampino, 20 km south of Rome. This airport especially serves low cost airlines connecting all major European cities and some non-European routes. The Trenitalia Ciampino Airlink service combines train and bus to connect the centre of Rome and Ciampino Airport.
Useful links
www.adr.it
3 of 7 - Port of Civitavecchia
The Port of Civitavecchia, 70 km from the centre of Rome, runs ferry services to Sardinia, Sicily, Malta, Barcelona and Tunis. The port also serves several cruise lines. It is connected to Roma-San Pietro railway station by the Civitavecchia Express train service, specifically conceived for cruise passengers.
4 of 7 - Roma Termini and Roma Tiburtina
The main railway stations in the Lazio region are Roma Termini and Roma Tiburtina. High-speed lines connect Rome to all major Italian cities. The Leonardo Express train operates connections between the centre of Rome and Rome-Fiumicino Airport.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com, www.italotreno.it
5 of 7 - Port of Anzio
Ferry companies such as Navigazione Libera del Golfo, Vetor and Laziomar operate hydrofoil and ferry links with the islands of Ponza and Ventotene from the ports of Formia, Anzio and Terracina.
6 of 7 - Port of Terracina
Ferry companies such as Navigazione Libera del Golfo, Vetor and Laziomar operate hydrofoil and ferry links with the islands of Ponza and Ventotene from the ports of Formia, Anzio and Terracina.
7 of 7 - Port of Formia
Ferry companies such as Navigazione Libera del Golfo, Vetor and Laziomar operate hydrofoil and ferry links with the islands of Ponza and Ventotene from the ports of Formia, Anzio and Terracina.
Lazio

The region of Rome, the centre of the ancient Empire: there is testimony throughout Lazio of passing centuries and history, a crossroads of secular and profane, with different visions of the world. And different architectures, towns and works of art. St. Peter's in Rome is the heart of Christianity, while small churches and abbeys are scattered all over the region, with towns for ordinary people and residences or castles for the nobility. The consular roads, which spread out radially from Rome to the rest of Italy, cross Lazio and its lakes, mountains and beaches. Paths through woods and valleys, in the shade of ancient aqueducts or manor houses, all set in beautiful countryside. Not to mention nature and archaeological sites and villages once favoured by kings, popes and emperors, where you can truly immerse yourself in history.

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Not to be missed places

The region that is home to Rome has plenty to offer: parks, villas, seaside resorts, villages and towns of incomparable charm. Lazio: an eternal discovery.

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Travel inspirations

Full immersion in ancient Rome, relaxation by the sea, a stroll between legends and nature, an escape to a village. Choose your next experience.