Holiday Rentals in Lazio and Apartments by Holiday Lettings

Why Lazio?

Lazio is the epicentre of Roman and Renaissance culture in Italy: fine art, rich history and unique attractions await under the Mediterranean sun. Lazio’s capital, Rome, could take weeks to explore by itself - it’s the Eternal City, after all. But to truly experience Lazio, you must make time to explore the idyllic Italian countryside.

Ancient Wonders

As the heart of the Roman Empire, Lazio hides countless cultural relics. The Colosseum is nearly 2,000 years old, and remains the largest amphitheatre ever built. Parts of the Roman Forum are older still. The Pantheon, meanwhile, is the best preserved of any Roman building - it’s still used today!

Two Great Cities

Nestled within Rome itself is the astonishing Vatican City. The seat of the Holy See, it’s a sovereign state in its own right and filled with artistic, architectural and religious wonders. The masterworks of Raphael, Michelangelo and Da Vinci are just some of the treasures housed here.

Quintessential Countryside

Imagine lazy afternoons in Mediterranean heat, wandering among rolling vineyards and olive groves. It’s all waiting for you in rural Lazio. If you tire of fine food, wineries and quiet contemplation, you could detour to Civita di Bagnoregio - an ancient Etruscan town perched on a volcanic plateau. There’s no better view in Lazio

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Places to stay in Lazio

Places to visit in Lazio


Rome, the Eternal City: seat of empires and religions, and the cultural capital of Renaissance Europe. A stay in Rome puts you at the heart of Italy’s most frenetic and thrilling city. Stroll to the Colosseum or pop into the Pantheon - they’re yours to experience.

Province of Latina

Holiday rentals and apartments in Lazio offer the perfect base from which to explore wild Latina. Just off the coast, the island of Palmarola is a paradise of hidden coves, caves and crystal clear water. For a challenge, you could even try scaling Monte Semprevisa. Your reward is a truly remarkable vista.

Province of Viterbo

An ancient city and commune 50 miles north of Rome, Viterbo has more than a few historic gems of its own. The Papal Palace served as the seat of the Papacy from 1257 to 1281. To really immerse yourself in tradition, however, you’ll want to take a dip in the Bagnaccio hot springs.

Province of Rome

Outside the metropolitan centre you can enjoy many of Rome’s best attractions rather more calmly. Hadrian’s Villa, a short distance from Tivoli, is a remarkable ruin dating to the 2nd century AD. It was originally a country retreat for Emperor Hadrian, who also wanted to escape the hustle and bustle of the capital.

Things to do in Lazio

The Colosseum

The world’s largest amphitheatre is still standing after almost 2,000 years. A visit to the Colosseum is humbling.

The Pantheon

Once a Roman temple, now a church, the Pantheon has seen continuous use since it was built in 118 AD.

Civita di Bagnoregio

This picturesque and ancient village perches precariously on a volcanic pillar, rising above the beautiful Viterbo countryside.

Sistine Chapel

The Sistine Chapel is a work of art. The ceiling was painted by Michelangelo himself between 1508 and 1512.

St Peter’s Basilica

St Peter’s Basilica, in the heart of the Vatican, is the among the largest churches in the world and the holiest Catholic shrine.

Piazza Navona

Among the most famous public spaces in Rome, the Piazza Navona is home to the iconic Fountain of the Four Rivers.

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Top Destination reviews

Cottage by Lake Bracciano Rome
A relaxing week by the pool

The fine weather during our week meant that we didn't stray far from this comfortable cottage, with the town and the lake an easy walk away. It's unusual to find a pool with a villa accommodating as few as 2/3 and we made the best of it. Fiore, the o … see more
Clean, simple, friendly

Lovely little apartment, has everything you need. 20 minute walk into the centre along the river in the middle of a very Italian (not many tourists) area. Lovely cafes and restaurants nearby. The book in the apartment has directions to them. There is … see more
Perfect location for sightseeing

We had a very relaxing week in the cottage. It was a perfect location to spend days sightseeing and then come back to the cottage to cool off in the lovely pool. We were warmly greeted by the owners and welcomed with a fridge full of essential food. … see more
Casa Colosseo, Rome
Great Space In A Fantastic Location.

We had a great stay in Casa Colosseo there was plenty of room for myself my husband and two teenage sons to spread out with each bedroom having its' own ensuite. The standard of decor is good and the views of the Colosseum from the lounge are fantas … see more
Great location nice, clean and trendy appartment

Very not-Roman apartment in the heart of Rome. Very clean, everything worked and the location was great. The second bedroom is on the vide in the livingroom so little less privacy, but when travelling with family, kids or really close friend this sho … see more
Villa del Poggio in Sabina with pool near Rome
Italian heaven

We have just returned from a wonderful 11 nights in the beautiful Villa di Poggio. Alessandro and Eugenie are the perfect hosts who live next door and are there if you need anything but give you your privacy. They welcomed us with a huge homemade Ita … see more

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