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Cheap Flights to Lazio

Lazio is right in the centre of Italy and, being the region where Rome is located, it plays an important role in Italian history and culture. While most visitors to Lazio rarely venture far beyond Rome itself, the fact is that the countryside of Lazio and some of its smaller cities offer spectacular natural scenery and world-class history and archaeological sites, most notably Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli. With a history spanning thousands of years that includes Etruscans, Romans, Popes, and more, a visit to Lazio is an unforgettable experience.

Lazio is home to one of Italy's busiest airports, Rome's Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino International Airport as well as the smaller G.B. Pastine/Ciampino International Airport. That means that getting a flight to Lazio is easy, with plenty of major airlines and low-cost carriers flying to the region. Skyscanner's Whole Month search will help you unlock the best deals on flights to this storied Italian region.

What to Do in Lazio

Your trip to Lazio will likely begin in Rome, Italy's capital and largest city. There is no shortage of things to see and do in Rome, especially if you want to see reminders of the Roman Empire, such as the awe-inspiring Colosseum, the ruins of the Roman Forum, the remarkably well preserved Pantheon, and the Baths of Caracalla. The city is also chock full of art galleries and museums, such as Villa Borghese, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Capitoline Museums, and the Galleria d'Arte Antica. The Vatican Museums also house one of the most astonishing collections Renaissance art in the world and a ticket to them also provides access to the Sistine Chapel. Other places in Rome not to miss are St. Peter's Basilica, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and the Spanish Steps.

Lazio's sights and wonders are certainly not limited to Rome itself. Tivoli is where you will find the Villa D' Este and Hadrian's Villa, which are some of the most lavish and best preserved Roman villas in the world. Monte Cassino is to the east of Rome and is famous both for its World War II battle and for its rebuilt and spectacular monastery. Viterbo, meanwhile, was one one of Europe's most important cities and used to be the home of the Popes. Etruscan sites, meanwhile, can be found at Cerveteri, Tarquinia, and Veio. When looking for bargains on airfare to Lazio, let Skyscanner be your guide by signing up for Price Alerts.

Best Time to Fly to Lazio

There's no bad time to visit Lazio. While cold and rainy days are possible in the winter, there are still enough warm and sunny days to make a trip worthwhile. The summer months bring heat and tourist crowds, but this is the best time to visit if you want to hit the beaches. Spring and autumn provide the best balance of fine weather and reasonable crowds, although the Easter Weekend, with processions led by the Pope, means that hotels are hard to come by, so book early.

Airports in Lazio

There are two airports in Lazio and they are both located in Rome. Fiumicino Airport is Italy's main international airport and is served by dozens of international airlines. Air Canada, Air Transat, and Alitalia offer direct flights to Canada, either to Toronto or Montreal (depending on the airline and the season). Rome's smaller airport is Ciampino, which is used by low-cost airlines Ryanair and Wizz Air, making it a good option if you want a cheap flight to Rome from within Europe.

 

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