The Metropolitan City of Rome Capital (Italian: Città metropolitana di Roma Capitale), formerly the Province of Rome, is an administrative region in the Lazio Region of Italy. With 4.4 million inhabitants, nearly 3 million of these in Rome itself, it is Italy's largest urban region.
- 1 Rome, Italy's capital and largest city, including the ruins of ancient Rome, as well as the Vatican City.
- 2 Anzio - A fishing port and a departure point for ferries and hydroplanes to the of Pontine Islands
- 3 Capena - Awarded with the title of “Artistic City” by the Region of Latium, this old town in Tiber valley have seen rising prices after the arrival of many wealthy residents and some well-know artists.
- 4 Castel Gandolfo - A tiny village set around the Pope's Summer Residence.
- 5 Civitavecchia - A sea port accommodating an increasing number of ferries and large cruise ships.
- 6 Fiumicino - A traditional fishing harbor with lot of restaurants serving fresh seafoods
- 7 Frascati - The town is famous for its posh manor houses which were built from the 16th century onwards by the Roman aristocracy.
- 8 Infernetto
- 9 Ostia - Beach city for Rome and ancient Roman remains at Ostia Antica.
- 10 Tivoli - The town is home to the Villa d'Este, a masterpiece of Italian Renaissance and a UNESCO world heritage site.
- 1 Canterano
- 2 Castelfusano
- 3 Castelli Romani
- 4 Cerveteri
- 5 Lake Bracciano (Lago di Bracciano)
- 6 Ostia Antica
- Sabine Hills (Sabina)
Formerly the Province of Rome, the Metropolitan City of Rome was established in 2015.
Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is Italy's busiest airport.
The Termini station in Rome is Italy's busiest train station.
Ruins and other remnants of the Roman Empire are highly concentrated in all parts of Metropolitan Rome.
The rest of Lazio.