Latium - northern part

Orvieto

Orvieto has an exceptional location: the churches, palaces and houses of the old town are located on a rocky plateau that drops steeply on all sides. Between the brown-colored buildings on the rock rises the radiant white cathedral, a beautiful church...

Viterbo

Viterbo, the most important city in Latium after Rome in the High Middle Ages, is surrounded by an intact city wall from the 13th century and has an old city center. Numerous churches and palaces have survived from the great period of the Middle Ages for Viterbo, when popes resided in the city...

Lago di Bolsena

The shore zones of the beautiful Lago di Bolsena have remained undeveloped for long stretches. Dense reed belts alternate with small stretches of beach made of dark, fine-grained lava sand. In the middle of the blue water surface are two small islands, the idyllic Isola Bisentina and the tiny Isola Martana...

Lago di Bracciano

Lake Bracciano is one of the favorite recreational areas of the Romans. Its water is still relatively clean and there are several small bathing beaches in a calm sea environment. The small town of Bracciano with its narrow streets and old facades is dominated by the mighty walls and bastions of the Castello Orsini-Odescalchi...

Argentario

The beautiful peninsula of Monte Argentario consists of two larger towns and several smaller villages with relatively few inhabitants. Medieval architecture, beautiful beaches and numerous fortresses await you on Monte Argentario to explore...

Thermal baths Latium and Toscana

Thermalism in Lazio, Tuscany and all the regions ruled by the Roman Empire has very ancient origins, in fact it was first the Etruscans and then the Romans who discovered the extremely beneficial and healing properties of thermal waters and created the first public baths, places of the Meeting point and focal point of social and political life. The area of Viterbo in the north of Lazio is a large thermal area with many beneficial thermal baths...

Florence

Welcome to Tuscany. Florence was once one of the richest and most prosperous metropolises in the world and, as the so-called cradle of the Renaissance, significantly shaped our art and culture. Walk in the footsteps of personalities such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo or Galileo Galilei and enjoy the wonderful delicacies of the city...

Siena

The Italian city of Siena is located in the heart of Tuscany and is surrounded by a picturesque landscape of vineyards and cypress avenues. In addition to the city of Siena, one can explore the surrounding area and the beautiful countryside of Tuscany…

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