A stunning little jewel on the Lake! It is a peaceful retreat from Rome.
Lovely picturesque small town that offers great views, relaxing strolls, a variety of wonderful food, and great people with great history!
This peaceful, smiling lake and its surrounding parks is wonderful in every season. Many Romans have their vacation homes in the Lake Bracciano area, as the ancient Romans did 2,000 years ago, and come here on week-ends year round. Many stay here from late March to the end of October - which is also the most popular time for tourists to visit. This is a good area for dining, as the local countryside produces a rich range of produce - fish and eels from the lake are local specialities, along with nuts and game from the surrounding countryside.
The county of the Capital of Italy provides residents and visitors with many beautiful aspects - the spirituality, villas and castles, land and water, parks and natural reserves, archaeology and, of course, food and wine.
The half-hourly train service from Bracciano reaches Rome in 40 minutes, via a direct line to St Peter's and Trastevere, with bus and metro links to all major sites. Or drive to the outskirts of Rome and take the Metro. Lake Bracciano is 40 minutes from the main Rome airport (FCO).