Rome - Lazio places to visit and attractions

Below you can explore some of the most popular highlights and places of interest in the Rome - Lazio region. See also our Rome - Lazio travel guide.

photo of Alatri


The massive fortified walls of Alatri still surround the historic town centre
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photo of Anagni


The cathedral in Anagni is one of the best examples of roman style architecture in southern Italy
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photo of Campidoglio


Campidoglio is an area of central Rome that contains numerous beautiful buildings
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photo of Caprarola


Caprarola highlights include the Palazzo Farnese and the Riario Palace
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photo of Civita Castellana

Civita Castellana

The cathedral, the churches and the fortress are among the highlights in Civita Castellana
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photo of Civitavecchia


The closest port town to Rome, Civitavecchia is a common stopping point for cruise ships
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photo of Ferentino


Above all it is several churches that are of architectural interest in Ferentino
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photo of Gaeta


Beaches, historic monuments and a museum combine to make Gaeta a popular destination
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photo of Palestrina


Ancient history is to the fore in Palestrina with the Roman Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia and Museum of Art and Archaeology
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photo of Rome


The capital of Italy, Rome is also one of our favourite cities in the world
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photo of Subiaco


In Subiaco you can visit two very extensive monastery complexes
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photo of Tarquinia


Both the Etruscan and Medieval periods have left their mark on Tarquinia, such as the Necropolis of Monterozzi
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photo of Terracina


Terracina has a large free beach to attract visitors, and several important historic monuments to discover
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photo of Trastevere


The Trastevere region of western Rome is one of the liveliest and most interesting parts of the city
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photo of Tuscania


The medieval walls and two basilicas are among the principal sites of interest in Tuscania
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