What I can’t help but recommend is to attend a festival in Rome’s surroundings. Every week-end there is something going on in Lazio, Rome’s region name. Religious, historical, artistic, music and food festivals are held throughout the year and are a great way to discover people, places and products of our countryside, breathe clean air and have a lot of fun the old way. The most typical, attended and easy to reach festivals will be proposed in these pages.
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