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Lazio holidays

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Destination If you’re looking for something a little idyllic, Lazio’s a great holiday destination since it offers a little bit of everything! From vibrant city life to stunning coastlines, you’ll love everything that Lazio has to offer. But don’t just take our word for it, book now with Qwerty Travel and you’ll soon see what we mean! If it’s culture you’re after then the historical ruins in Lazio are second to none in Italy. In fact, you only have to head as far as Tuscany to find mystical castles, Etruscan necropolises and historical monuments – it’s simply beautiful.

That said, we know how much the British like their beaches and you certainly won’t find yourself short on them over here. Whilst Lazio’s coastline boasts loads of gorgeous beaches, you can also head for the Pontine Islands or even the Riviera of Ulysses where the kids will have a great time discovering all the secret grottos! There’s no place quite like it. And of course, no holiday to Italy would ever be complete without a visit to the capital of Rome. And you know what they say … when in Rome, do as the Romans do! It’s an amazing place to visit and literally ram packed with things to do and see, such as the Coliseum, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican. Whatever you do – don’t forget your camera; because you’ll soon see why it’s renowned as one of the World’s most photogenic cities. Smile!
For Singles

When: You can expect sunny weather for most of the year so it’s entirely up to you when you decide to travel but, if you’re looking for a bit of peace and quiet, you’re probably best avoiding the school holidays!

Where: If you fancy a little quality time on your own, then the Lake Bracciano is a gorgeous little hideaway where you can swim until your heart’s content, or venture around the local area on a bike! In similar vein, Sperlonga also has a typical Grecian feel, or head for Santa Marinella for a more downsized version which still offers a gorgeous beach and some fabulous restaurants where you can sit back and dine al fresco true Shirley Valentine style. That said, if you fancy a bit of guilt-free shopp

Why: Since the Italians really are the most hospitable folks in the business, you’ll never be far from a smiley, friendly face so it’s a great place to visit if you’re travelling solo.

For Groups

When: Since you’ll be synchronising diaries in no time, you might be relieved to hear that there’s never really a bad time for a holiday to Lazio as it’s fairly sunny all year round.

Where: If you’re looking for a bit of action (and fun!) Rome is the obvious place to target as you’ve got every eventuality covered – from sightseeing to clubbing. That said, if you decide on giving a Lazio holiday a whirl make sure you get together to sample some of its delicious cuisine. If you’ve got vegetarians in your midst, then you’ll have to give its speciality a miss (lamb!) but there’s still the ricotta, pecorino and romano cheese to try. Being in Italy, you might not be surprised

Why: No one ever needs an excuse to get together with their mates. You work hard – you play harder. As simple as that. So grab your phone book and get ringing round!

For Couples

When: You can head over to Italy virtually any time and yet still enjoy some of its fabulous climates. You’ll love it (and each other – of course!)

Where: The coastline in Lazio is gorgeous, with long beaches that make for some spectacular evening strolls. You might also want to try one of the famous Roman spas – the best being in Viterbo, Tivoli and Fiuggi – they’re a great way to relax, feel gorgeous and put you in the mood for lurve!

Why: Being home to one of the most romantic cities in the world, how could you possibly refuse a cheeky little getaway to Italy with your loved one? Go on … you know you want to!

For Families

When: No one wants a standoff with the Headmaster, so make sure you visit during either the Easter or Summer holidays. You can expect great weather whenever you choose, so don’t worry too much – just get it booked and look forward to it!

Where: Montecelio is a great place to try if you’re travelling as a family. It lies to the north west of Rome and features the amazing Aquapiper Water Park which guarantees to keep kids of all ages completely entertained. For something a little less energetic, you’ll also find the gorgeous Villa d’Esta renaissance garden, which is definitely worth a visit whilst you’re in the area.

Why: The Italians love families and are so family friendly you’ll probably never find hospitality like it anywhere else in the world!

Weather Italy tends to enjoy a mostly Mediterranean climate which means it gets hot summers and mild winters (the complete opposite of Birmingham, really!). If you’re visiting in summer time you can expect temperatures of between 25°C and 30°C and the winters aren’t much cooler, with temperatures of up to 20°C.
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