Holidays to Castel di Guido
Looking to escape the 9-5 and head off somewhere a little more exciting for a while? We reckon you’ll be bowled over by Castel di Guido. Sitting pretty in Lazio, it’s one of our favourite places in Italy.
Most people tend to go to Castel di Guido for 4 days, and they particularly like jetting off in August. February has proved itself the least popular time to travel – but going in the low season does have some plus points, like littler crowds and bigger bargains.
Once you’ve decided when to go, you need to pick a place to stay. If you like taking your lead from others, you might find it interesting to know that most of our customers go for 4-star accommodation, which will set you back around £26.02 a night, while Relais Castrum Boccea, Midas Hotel, Roma Aurelia Antica Hotel, Scheppers Rome Hotel and Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia reign supreme as the most-booked hotels in Castel di Guido.
But there’s no need to copy everyone else – we’ll sort you something that’s right for you. If it’s a three-star hotel you’re after, we can find you somewhere for as little as £15 a night, although most places are closer to £24. For a four-star room, you can expect to pay £26 a night, with the cheapest option being just £19. And if you’re looking to live a life of luxury, we’ve got some five-star places on our books, too.
Hotels aren’t the only thing we’ve got heaps of – we’ve got our fair share of flight options too. Right now, 24 airlines fly direct to Castel di Guido, with Ryanair, easyJet and Jet2. Rome (Fiumicino) tends to be the most affordable airport to fly into, but Rome (Ciampino), Rome (Fiumicino) and Naples are all popular choices.
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