Volcanic lakes, mountains, ravines, vineyards and olive groves characterize
Latium's landscape. Rich with archeological sites, Latium also offers skiing,
swimming, and a host of watersports. Most visitors never see much more than
Rome. Though that famous city is an unforgettable experience, the splendor
(both man-made and natural) of the rest of the region merits both time and
thorough investigation. The eruption of four different volcanoes has
provided Latium with fertile soil, hot springs, marshes, and hill towns of
a notch above the rest
Murano glass chandalier? Hermes products in the bathroom? World famous chef?
Yes, and more.
a modern bridge to ancient latium
Our guest writer tells about his experience in this ancient, pre-Roman settlement going back to Etruscan times which is today a tiny heirloom pearl in the drawer of the larger "modern"
Renaissance town of Bagnoregio.
What is an extreme telecommuter? And, what do they have to say about Rome? Take a peek at this completely different travelogue.
rome: the cat's meow
Where would Italy be without its gatti? Learn how you can save these
"endangered" beauties that meow with an Italian accent.
what do you know about latium?
Match your wits with out travel editor and find out how much you really
know about Latium!
uhm... roman cuisine?
The cuisine of Latium is the cuisine of Rome. The cuisine of Rome per se
does not exist. It is the rich and flavorful combination of the culinary
traditions of the Latium Region. Cook an authentic Latinum meal.
publish your roman adventure
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