Departure28 December 2023 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Holiday providerBritish Airways Holidays
Rome, Venice & Milan Multi-City Break - Transfers & Return Flights
Win yourself a holiday to Lazio
About LazioFrom the bustling streets of Rome to the tranquil towns of Lazio, this region of Italy has something for everyone. Whether you're looking for ancient ruins, golden beaches, or a taste of the local vintage, Lazio has it all. Visit Palestrina for a glimpse of the Praeneste Forum, where mosaic-studded ruins still stand beneath the shadow of the Cathedral di Sant'Agapito. Or head to the coastal towns of Anzio, Gaeta and Formia for sunbathing and beach-hopping without the crowds. For a more picturesque experience, don't miss the majestic cliffs, sapphire-blue waves and honey-hued casas of San Felice Circeo. And for a truly unique experience, sample some of the region's famous wines from vineyards like Principe Pallavicini and Falesco, or Marco Carpineti in Cori, which has a history half-a-century older than Rome itself.
Lazio Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
Discovering the Eternal City: Must-Visit Places in Rome
19th November 2023 by Coco Butter Blog
Oh, to be in Rome. It’s one of the most popular cities in Europe and beyond, attracting by far the most visitors of Italy’s big hitters despite tough competition. And with its serious historic and cultural credentials, you can totally see why!...
Visit Rome in Winter and beat the crowds | 25 things to do in winter in Rome
16th November 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Rome in winter is amazing, and we create the perfect list of activities you can do. From indoor things to do, to countryside day trips, our Rome in winter guide is perfect to explore Italy on a budget and without crowds. A flight to Italy out of season might work out cheaper than other European places....
Can you visit the Vatican Museums for free? A complete visitor’s guide
10th November 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Yes. There are a few days with free entry to the Vatican Museum. If you visit the Vatican on the last Sunday of the month, your entry is free. All the other days require you to purchase a ticket to the museum and the attractions at the Vatican City....
Best time to go to Rome? Plan ahead and explore the Italian Capital when is the best!
5th November 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
When planning a trip to Rome, it's important to consider the best time to visit. According to Toti and Ale from Italian Trip Abroad, the ideal time to explore the Italian capital is from April to June and September to October. These months fall within the shoulder season, offering mild weather with temperatures ranging from 15-27°C (60-80°F). Not only is the climate pleasant, but the crowds are also smaller compared to the peak summer travel season. Additionally, hotel rates tend to be lower...
Is the Colosseum Worth Visiting? Unveiling the Wonders of Ancient Rome
15th June 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Embark on a journey to the iconic Colosseum of Rome, a testament to the grandeur and architectural brilliance of ancient Rome. Is it worth visiting? Absolutely! This legendary amphitheatre is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, captivating visitors with its rich history and cultural significance. Experience the immersive allure of stepping back in time, and be amazed by the sheer size and grandeur of this ancient structure. Discover the stories behind the Colosseum,...
Discover the Best Weekend Trips from Rome: Unforgettable Getaways
15th June 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Exploring Italy from Rome is made easy due to its strategic position within the country. This guide will take you on a journey to discover some of the best day trips from the city. Planning a weekend getaway may seem daunting, but thanks to the excellent train connections in Italy, you don't need to worry. Unforgettable getaways await!...
Food in Rome: 16 Best foods to try in Rome
2nd August 2022 by PommieTravels
The Italian capital of Rome is not only known for boasting some of the most famous historical sights in the world, it’s also the home of some really great food. In addition to the classic Italian foods, Rome has some unique dishes specific to the city. Typically food from Rome is simple and basic, yet rich in flavour, and ingredients are based on the seasons. Ingredients used in Roman cuisine include meat, Pecorino and ricotta cheeses, and fresh vegetables such as globe artichokes. The food...
Weather in Lazio
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Lazio