Campingholiday in Lazio/Rome
If you want to combine a city trip with a holiday at a campsite, then you are on the right track in the Lazio region (Rome). Visit the capital Rome easily from the campsite and immerse yourself in this beautiful 'open-air museum'. The Colosseum, Vatican City, Trevi Fountain and the countless cozy squares; you will not get bored in Rome. You can take multiple day trips to see everything in this historic city, which you can combine perfectly with a stay at a campsite.
At camping I Pini Family Park near Fiano Romano you can perfectly stay to relax, but also easily reach the center of Rome. This can be done with the shuttle bus from the campsite (against payment and with enough registrations), by public transport or by your own car. You would do well to buy tickets for certain tours or attractions in advance, to avoid having to wait in line for a long time. After spending the day in Rome you will come back to the campsite to take a refreshing dip in the pool and enjoy a tasty pizza in the restaurant. The ideal combination to enjoy an active holiday with the whole family.
Not interested in visiting Rome for the day, but looking for something different in the area? Go to Guidona, the biggest aquapark of Italy, only 25 miles from the campsite. A day at the sea is also always possible (45 miles).
Frequently asked questions about Lazio
Spend your holiday in Lazio/Rome with the following tips:
- Count the number of steps of the Spanish Steps in Rome
- Discover how pasta is made during a pasta workshop
- See hundreds of fountains in the Villa d'Este
- Have a fun-filled day at the Magicland amusement park
- Enjoy a day at the beautiful beaches of Sperlonga
The largest amusement park in central and southern Italy is located near Rome. If you like rollercoasters, magic boats and if you want to plan a visit to the biggest planetarium in Europa. Then you must pay a visit to the Rainbow Magicland. In addition to exciting rides, there is also a real Jungle Land for the smallest visitors.
Aquapark Hydromania is one of the largest and one of the best Italian water parks. Discover all the slides that deliver a shot of adrenaline, or just float around in the wave pool. Everything is possible. We certainly understand why this water park has won the Travelers Choice Award once.
Light, camera action! Do you want to be the head star in your own movie? Then a visit to Cinecittà World is absolutely perfect for you. This theme park is built inside the movie studios of Cinecittà. Besides all the movies, you will also find several attraction and multiple shows.
Just below Rome, and directly at the coast, you will find Zoomarine. A family park for all ages. Visit the many attractions, make a splash in the water park or attend the spectacular dolphin shows.
Located in the center of Italy, you will find the region called Lazio. Because of the location in the heart of Italy, the best time to visit the city of Rome is in the spring or in autumn. This is because during the summer months, the temperature will rise above 30 degrees and the heat remains in the cozy streets.
Starting from June, temperatures will barely drop below 30 degrees. The Mediterranean climate ensures that it doesn’t feel this way. The evenings are often cool, and the temperature drops to about 20 degrees.
The ideal combination for a city trip to Rome, and a relaxing camping holiday, you will find at camping I Pini Family Village. This spacious family campsite is located just 38 km away from Rome. At this campsite you will find our own luxury mobile homes.
Rome is actually one big open-air museum. All the highlights are located close to each other and can easily be reached by foot. Therefore, we recommend buying the Rome City Pass. Besides, access to the famous hop on – hop off buses, this gives you many discounts on entrance fees, and you can sometimes skip the crowded queues.
We highly recommend reserving your time slot for the Vatican museum. Due to the famous works of Michelangelo, the museum lets a maximum number of visitors through every 5 minutes.
In the center of Rome, you will find the Pantheon. Inside the Pantheon, Victor Emmanuel II, among others, is buried. You will find this name almost everywhere in Italy, which is not surprising. After all, Victor Emmanuel II united all of Italy and was the first king of present-day Italy.