Rome Province is one of five provinces of the Lazio Region. At its heart lies the Eternal City of Rome, with all the magnificence, culture and monuments associated with the city. Outside of the city of Rome, Rome Province offers extreme natural beauty and many historical sites of great importance in Italy’s history. There is so much to be enjoyed in from holiday accommodation in Rome Province, and not only as a rural retreat with access to the Eternal City!
Bracciano sits majestically on a hill above Lake Bracciano in the northwest of Rome Province. It is an evocative and romantic old town, whose ancient narrow streets wind towards the dominating Castello Odescalchi. The main square, Piazza IV Novembre is a timeless place to sit and relax, watching the hustle of Italian life pass you by.
Further around the lake lies the beautiful village of Trevignano Romano. A stunning rural community, Trevignano Romano is the base for many cycling tours of Rome Province. Villas here are an ideal place to relax in stunning countryside, and indulge in real Italian cuisine.
Castelli Romani, which literally means ‘Roman castles’ actually refers to the wine-producing hill settlements which appear on the wooded slopes of the Alban Hills. Of the villas and self catering accommodation in Rome Province, those in Castelli Romani overlooking the turquoise crater lakes of Lake Nemi and Lake Albano have the most beautiful surroundings. This region is regularly given the honour of being the most beautiful in Rome Province.
The Nature reserve of Tor Caldara is a favourite with nature lovers, known also for its proximity to a wealth of captivating historical points of interest; the Bronze Age ruins of a village near Ardea, ruins of the Imperial Palace of Anzio and the prominent Torre Astura. Rome Province is known for its magnificent scenery and vast wealth of important archaeological finds and ancient ruins. The evocatively named Castelli Romani National Park, which contains not only ecological treasures including two tranquil volcanic lakes, but also the archaeological treasure of Tuscolo village, which is also of particular note.
Holidays to the stunning countryside of Rome Province lend themselves to some of the most soothing and serene holidays possible, surrounded by delightful scenery, delicious cuisine and warm welcomes. The countryside is perfect for hiking holidays and cycle touring.
Summer temperatures in Rome Province make holidays here even more relaxing. An average temperature of a delightful 28°C lasts from the end of June until the beginning of September. Winters are also extremely mild, with minimum temperatures averaging an amazing 13°C in winter.
Rome Fiumicino Airport is the most famous and most regularly supplied airport in Rome. There are a great number of cheap flights to Rome from 26 main British airports, which connect daily. Alitalia and British Airways offer good deals, and RyanAir do some great deals on cheap flights to Rome.