The Grand Tour of Lazio, of course, can only start from Rome, the Eternal City with its monuments, churches, squares, villas, gardens, spas, large exhibitions and major events that represent many opportunities to meet the vestiges of history and the theater of the people. With its charm of millenary history and Christianity, the capital attracts many visitors from all over the world who, since the election of the new Pontiff, thanks to the great popularity enjoyed by Pope Francis, are constantly increasing. The extraordinary riches of Rome's artistic, historical and religious heritage place it among the main destinations of international tourism. Among the priceless monumental treasures that have always made Rome famous in the world, just remember the Colosseum, the Imperial Forums, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Navona, the Trevi Fountain, St. Peter's and the Vatican Museums with the Sistine Chapel, the Capitol and the Altare della Patria. More recently, the Eternal City has equipped itself with avant-garde cultural infrastructures, such as the Auditorium Parco della Musica, designed by Renzo Piano, inside which the National Academy of Santa Cecilia operates; the Opera House; the Maxxi, the work of Zaha Hadid, which houses the National Museum of 21st Century Arts.

The wide range of accommodation options also allows you to stay overnight by choosing formulas ranging from the economic ones of the B&B or with families, up to the luxury ones of grand hotels and historic homes. Furthermore, we must not forget the traditional Roman cuisine, based on rural and peasant ingredients prepared according to home recipes, which has been able, over the centuries, to create tasty dishes famous all over the world such as bucatini all'amatriciana, spaghetti alla carbonara and penne pasta with arrabbiata sauce.

Near Rome, on the slopes of the Alban Hills, there are the Castelli Romani , small towns arranged in a horseshoe shape, with two volcanic craters occupied by the Albano and Nemi lakes . Tivoli with the Villa d'Este, famous for its stupendous water features and fountains, and with Villa Gregoriana and Villa Adriana, Frascati with the Aldobrandini and Falconieri cardinal villas, Subiaco with its characteristic and magnificent Benedictine monasteries, and the Lake of Bracciano represent indispensable stops to get to know the territory of the province of Rome.