Viterbo and its thermal springs
The province of Viterbo extends on a 3600 square km area among Rome, Tuscany, the Tyrrhenian sea and Umbria. Viterbo has a rich history and folklore and offers its visitors the possibility to enjoy different environments, like the lacustrine area with the Vico and Bolsena lakes and the Maremma Laziale with the municipalities of Tarquinia and Montalto.
The inhabited centers in the provice of Viterbo are characterized by events and country festivals connected to religion and the traditional countryside rituals. This hospitable territory, also known as "Tuscia", is made up of wide uncontaminated areas and ancient medieval hamlets where life and time are still marked by nature and centuries-old farming customs. From the mountains to the sea, Tuscia is full of evidences of a unique and immeasurable patrimony of monuments: countless etruscan necropolises, roman ruins, castles, churches and palaces that testify the artistic and cultural evolution that this land has undergone during the centuries. The typical mediterranean climate (dry and mild during winter, cool and ventilated during summer) allows the tourists to spend pleasant holidays during every period of the year.