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THotel Lamezia

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1 swimming pool
Spa
Free parking
Free WiFi
Airport shuttle
Family rooms
Bar

Grand Hotel Lamezia

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Free parking
Free WiFi
Airport shuttle
Pet friendly
Family rooms
Restaurant
Bar

Il Cantagalli

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Free parking
Free WiFi
Airport shuttle
Pet friendly
Restaurant
Bar

Due Esperienza Panoramica

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1 swimming pool
Free WiFi
Airport shuttle (free)
Pet friendly
Bar

Best Western Hotel Class

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Spa
Free parking
Free WiFi
Airport shuttle
Pet friendly
Family rooms
Bar

RESIDENZE CASSOLI

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LAMEZIA BREAKS

In Catanzaro, a province in the suburbs of Italy, lies the city of Lamezia Terme. The town technically covers all of the country’s 500 km coastline from Reggio Calabria to Salermo. It can be said that Lamezia Terme is the major city on the part of Italy that faces Tyrrhenian Sea.  This pretty much give you an idea that this sojourn will be awash with glistening beaches and fun, fun, fun.

Transportation is not a problem in Lamezia Terme since it is located on the center of Calabria. The town’s favorable location makes it the region’s transportation central. For one, the Lamezia Terme International Airport caters both domestic and international flights. There is also a railway station in the town connecting to the neighbouring places of Naples, Crotone, Reggio, and Catanzaro. The railway station is also often made as a hub for different goods and products.

Lamezia Terme’s unexploited white sand beaches and breathtaking views of rocky bays are truly magnificent. This romantic region in the coast of Italy is indeed worth visiting. This is the perfect getaway for those who love both nature and culture. Being the province of Calabria’s commercial center, products like olives, strawberries, wine, and beets are abundant in Lamezia Terme. These products are often transported to the town from the neighboring villages of Sambiase and Nicastro.

When touring the town, one should not miss walking around the city’s rich historical legacies. For religious folks, San Francesco and San Domenico are just two of the many churches in the city that were built way back the Medieval times. Isabel of Aragon is also buried in one of Lamezia Terme’s cathedrals. For those who love history and culture, they can stroll with gusto at the city’s archaeological museum, where several Roman and Greek artifacts are displayed. Most importantly, for those who take relish on escaping the hassles of the metro, they can chill and unwind in Lamezia Terme’s pristine white beaches and crystal clear water. There are also hot spring baths in Sambiase. Specifically, the thermal baths are located in Caronte, where there is a famous spa. A few distance away from the thermal baths in Sambiase is the Difesa Mitoio Caronte Park, which is also a tourist attraction.

One of Lamezia Terme’s three villages is Nicastro. The town of Nicastro, wonderfully, has maintained some of its prehistoric architectural masterpieces. The town mirrors a rich and flourishing history. In Nicastro, the seventeenth-century cathedral and the remnants of the famous Norman castle can be seen. It is also in this town that the national archeological museum can be found.

In contrast, the neighboring town of Sant’Eufemia breathes the grandeur of the modern times. The town of Sant’Eufemia is said as the town’s modern heart. Infrastructures in and around the town are evident of modern influence. But also, history is still preserved in many parts of the town. Terina, for example, is a site of many remarkable moments from the ancient times. It is said that Terina was a former Greek colony. It is also said that Terina is the home of the widely known St. Mary’s Benedictine abbey’s remains. Also, there are many mountains, forests, and beaches.

Shopping is also a pleasant experience in the city Lamezia Terme. The town of Sant’Eufemia, for instance, is famous for Piazza Italia, the town’s shopping hub. The two other towns, on the other hand, hold market days. For the town of Siambiase, Tuesday is a happy day at Piazza Botticelli. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, the shopping mania is at the streets of Nicastro. There are many shopping outlets near Nicastro town’s Canne stream.

When it comes to food, Lamezia Terme’s cuisine greatly resembles that of Calabria’s. There are many fertile regions in the city that produces plentiful supply of pepper, chili, aubergines, raisins, olives, and wheat.

If you are planning of having a grand vacation in the Lamezia Terme region of Italy, a European identity card or a tourist visa card is needed. For locals of the neighbouring countries, a valid passport is required for border formalities. Major languages that are spoken in Lamezia Terme City are Italian, Albanian, and Greek. The monetary currency is euro.

It is also important to note that the city of Lamezia Terme has four seasons. The winters are milder than in most European countries. The spring and autumn seasons are perfect for outdoor escapades. During summer, the temperature could go as high as 35 degrees.

So what do you think?  What time of the year do you think would you wanna check this gorgeous place out?

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