Italian holidays stand apart from almost any other country, for they are full of fun, sunshine, friendly people and great food!So the next holiday, plan on staying in apartments Frosinone has to offer. The villas Frosinone has will put you in the centre of Italy, in a region called Frosinone whose capital has the same name too.When you stay in any of the villas Frosinone has, you are sure to enjoy your getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life. The Frosinone province lies in the Lazio region, which is known for its history and natural diversity. So make your temporary home in the apartments Frosinone has and enjoy places, like the capital Frosinone and various other communes all around. When you visit the capital, you will be greeted with its wonderful panorama. This hillside commune gives one plenty of opportunities of walking around and you can take in the sights of two mountain ranges – Lepini and Ernici. While you're staying in the villas Frosinone, you can also visit the Cistercian Cloister that dates back to early Gothic period.Historical sights are lovely, but you prefer to stay on the beach during your summer holidays? The following alternatives will please you:
Explore a province rich in history - Frosinone
There are several towns or communes that go into making the Frosinone province. So you can also journey to Cassino when you stay in the apartments Frosinone has to offer. This commune is best known as being the site of the WWII Battle of Monte Cassino and the nostalgic sight of Cassino War Cemetery is well worth some time. You can also spend as much time as you want in the natural park in the Varro’s Villa or Varronian Baths when you stay in the villas Frosinone has. Aquino is one more place that you can put on your list of towns to see when you stay in the apartments Frosinone has. The basilica of Santa Maria, a 9th century building, has interesting Roman inscriptions.
Visit the most important places in and around Frosinone
Staying in villas Frosinone can give you a chance to explore Arpino too. This commune is an ancient city and its circuit walls are a great attraction. The fortification at Pontecorvo is also something that you can visit. This village is famous for its princes, so you will be visiting a royal town indeed! Speaking of ancient history, you can also use the time that you spend in the apartments Frosinone has to visit Roccasecca that has historical centre and is also the birthplace of St. Thomas Aquinas. Use the time at the villas Frosinone has to visit Ferentino too which will take your breath away with its sights, such as its own acropolis! There is also the convent Church of the Clarisse, which holds the heart of Pope Celestine V. Also the province Rome isn't far away, so that you don't have to miss a sightseeing trip. For those people, who prefer to make a trip to the coast Pescara and Naples are recommended.The province Salerno, for example, offers a lot of idyllic villages, which are worth to be seen, too.