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Recent Latium (Lazio) reviews

  • Extraordinary

    "The previous reviews say it all, I just wanted to confirm them. This was our second time to stay here and it is awesome! Not plush and no breakfast or room service like the nearby Eden, Sofitel & Splendide Royale but if you can do without those, then this is an incredible experience. Grocery shopping is convenient & fun if you choose to cook in the well equipped kitchen. There are ample nearby restaurants, including fabulous take out to be consumed on the marvelous patio - a myriad of great dining options. Work off the calories in the nearby Borghese Park. 2 nice bathrooms with American style showers and 3 good a/c units for the warmer months. Thanks to Alessandra & Enrico for sharing their penthouse, we intend to return."
    Guest: art b. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 26, 2014
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  • Fantastic Bright Apartment in Piazza Farnese with Great Terrace and Super Hosts

    "We spent eight weeks in this fantastic apartment and would HIGHLY recommend it to any individual or couple who wants the "perfect" apartment in the heart of Rome. LOCATION IS IDEAL!!! The apartment is located on the corner of Piazza Farnese. That's where Palazzo Farnese sits (Renaissance palace designed by Michelangelo and now the French Embassy--Michelangelo's frescoes pop out at night when they turn on the lights). Our favorite bar, Caffe' Farnese, is in the same piazza, and there are a few restaurants there, too--most notably Ar Galetto. Piazza Farnese is 10 seconds from the fabulous Campo de Fiori market, where you can buy fresh food if you want to do your own cooking (find the fruit/vegetable vendor, Franca, a 90-year-old woman who tells you exactly what you need!). But as busy and noisy as Campo de Fiori is, the apartment is calm and quiet--so it's the perfect combination. And everything in central Rome is in fairly easy walking distance. THE APARTMENT ITSELF is ideal for the single individual or couple. The bedroom, though small, is quite comfortable and has two substantial armadios. The bathroom is not at all cramped--it has a bathtub with shower and all the other amenities. The livingroom is also quite comfortable and has nice sitting space. The kitchen, though a galley kitchen and therefore hard for more than one person at a time to work in, was fine for the cooking that we did. There is also great heating and air conditioning, a washing machine, and flawless wireless service. But the REAL GEM of this apartment is the TERRACE, which has an outstanding view down on Piazza Farnese and is large enough to accommodate both a four-seater table and two chaise lounges (provided for you). It's really a knock-out. THE HOSTS, Walter and Natalia, are sweet, accommodating, and VERY responsive to every little question you might have. They also gave us great suggestions for things to see and do that were off the beaten path. In short, we cannot recommend this place highly enough. We LOVED it!!! Two quick caveats: our daughter stayed with us for two nights and slept on the couch. What is a perfect apartment for 1 or 2 starts to feel cramped with 3. Also, the apartment is 60-some steps up from ground level, and there is no elevator. This did not bother us at all--in fact, it's precisely why the terrace is so fabulous--but it's not the right place for anyone who has trouble with going up and down many stairs multiple times a day."
    Guest: RomeLovers Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: November 25, 2014
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  • Excellente prestation

    "Appartement Tres bien situé, Tres fonctionnel, jolie décoration! On se sent chez soi! Au calme et proche de tout! Très bel accueil, Tres propre !"
    Guest: Chris Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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  • Un plaisir cet appartement

    "Bien situé, non loin du Colisée, l'appartement est calme, très agréable et bien entretenu. L'accueil a été satisfaisant. Aucune surprise par rapport aux photos"
    Guest: Delonad Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 11, 2014
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Latium (Lazio) Travel Tips

Stay in Style at Lazio, Italy Vacation Rentals

The region of Lazio, also known as Latium, is about halfway down the western side of the “boot” of Italy and includes the capital city of Rome. Inhabited long before the Romans arrived, the area has a long and fascinating history. It was part of the Papal States governed by the Vatican until the 1860s and not a particularly wealthy area at that time. Now a key area for the production of wine, agriculture, manufacturing and textiles, the area is currently flourishing. The city of Rome is at the heart of the region, with all its historic sights and attractions.

Lazio, Italy Vacation Rentals are Perfect for Family Vacations

Renting a vacation rental in the Lazio region is the best way to experience the unique culture of this charming area. From your own home-away-from-home base, you can explore the area at your own pace; go shopping at the local market and dine in the trattorias. A vacation villa makes the perfect base to return to at the end of a busy day sightseeing in Rome. You can be assured of a comfortable bed and a homely living area for relaxing each evening. Vacation villas are spacious and well-equipped to a high standard, despite their sometimes historic exterior. Outdoor living is part of the pleasure of staying in Lazio. Most vacation villas have paved terraces and gardens from which to enjoy views of the surrounding area.

Things to do in Rome from Lazio, Italy Accommodations

Lazio is well known for its arts, history, architecture, churches, archaeology and cultural inheritance. The eternal city of Rome has something for everyone including the Vatican City with St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the extensive Vatican Museums. The sights of the ancient city include the Forum, Palatine Hill, the Coliseum and Nero’s Palace. The Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and the many churches are delightful places to wander around and discover for yourself. Designer shopping and small boutiques line the streets along with many cafés and restaurants. Those who appreciate fine art and architecture will be overwhelmed by all this city has to offer.

Traveling Around Lazio, Italy Villas

The main airport is Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) International Airport which is approximately 30 km (20 miles) southwest of Rome. Ciampino Airport is smaller and closer to the city center, just 15 km (10 miles) southeast of the city. It is popular with discount airlines such as Ryan Air which offers flights to many major European cities.

Places to Visit From Lazio

The area of Ostia Antica is an ancient city about 20 minutes from Rome. Here you can see the amphitheater, public buildings, cafés, firemen’s barracks and the local synagogue. Ostia Antica is a great alternative to the busier city of Pompeii.

A 90-minute drive into the mountains will reward visitors with snow-capped mountains and beautiful vistas. The area is home to more than a dozen 13th-century monasteries, attributed to St. Francis. Day trips to the lakes at Bracciano, Bosena and Nemi are perfect antidotes to the crowds of Rome. South of Lazio, there are a number of beautiful beaches along the coast offering wide sandy beaches and safe swimming.

Lazio’s Climate and Weather

Lazio enjoys a perfect Mediterranean maritime climate. It benefits from the fresh sea breezes during the hot summer months; the winter months are mild and sunny. The mountains are the perfect escape from the heat during July and August. However, a visit to Rome can be enjoyed at any time of year as there is so much to see and do indoors.

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