Lago di Bolsena – the fifth largest lake of volcanic origin in Europe

Lago di Bolsena, Lazio, Italy

Lago di Bolsena is a crater lake situated between vineyards and olive groves in the province of Viterbo. With its 114 km2 it is the fifth largest lake of volcanic origin in Europe. Two extinct volcanoes are towering above the water and form two small islands – Bisentina and Martana. Lago di Bolsena is surrounded by a panoramic road that

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Sabaudia – summer holiday centre in National Park of Circeo

Sabaudia beach and Circeo promontory, Lazio, Italy

Sabaudia is located at the shores of one of the 4 lakes separated from the sea by dunes and belongs to the National Park of Circeo. You can find it approximately 25 km south of Latina. It is well organized tourist center, an ideal starting point for those who want to explore the surrounding countryside, towns, or national park. This

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Piazza Farnese – picturesque square in Rome with Renaissance jewel

Piazza Farnese, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Once you are in Rome walking around the old town and looking for picturesque squares, you should visit Piazza Farnese. It is dominated by the Renaissance Palazzo Farnese, which was built in the 16th century and currently serves as the French Embassy. Perhaps all major Renaissance artists were involved in its construction, so this is why the palace is considered

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Some of the Best Places to Explore In Italy

Pantheon, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Italy is one of the leading vacations spot in the world as it hosts some of the spectacular sites. Some of these sites you may have been watching in box office theatre films or geographical documentaries. Ranging from affluent and ancient architectural works to museums exploring Italy geographical and historical destinations is exciting and adventurous. Best Places to Explore in

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Circeo National Park – the third smallest national park in Italy

Circeo National Park, Lazio, Italy

Located along the southwestern coast of Italy, not far from the city of Rome is where you will find Monte Circeo. The mountain itself is situated upon a peninsula in the Gulf of Gaeta with water to the west, south and east. The national park which encompasses Monte Circeo includes a total land area of around 84 square kilometres. This

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