Metropolitan City of Rome
Latest update: 5 March 2022
The Metropolitan City of Rome province occupies a total geographical area of 5,352 square kilometres, including the city of Rome itself, the regional capital of Lazio.
Within the province there are 121 provincial towns, known as communes (comune singular or comuni plural in Italian), containing a total population of just under 4.5 million inhabitants.
Among the highlights in the province are Villa d'Este in Tivoli, Lake Bracciano, Ostia Antica and the towns of the Castelli Romani area.
Città Metropolitana di Roma
Neighbouring regions: Abruzzo
Highlights: Lake Bracciano, Ostia Antica, Castel Gandolfo, Frascati