Rome Travel

 

Rome travel

 

In Rome then the new meets the old, a city which is often been cited as the world's largest open-air museum. Incredible sites such as The Vatican, The Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and St Peter's Square supplied the visitor with an overwhelming amount of historic and cultural sites to explore.

 
 

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Rome also carries a reputation for being one of the most fashionable cities in the Western Hemisphere, high class boutiques sit shoulder to shoulder with attractive pavement cafes, making it a day out shopping in Rome and relaxing yet stimulating affair. Italian cuisine is first class and there are whole range of restaurants to suit every taste and budget throughout the entire city.


Rome Travel


The ancient city of Rome is Europe's third most visited destination, behind London and Paris. Nicknamed the “Eternal City,” Rome has a timeless appeal. Rome, located on the Tiber River in central Italy, has a history dating back almost 3,000 years. It has seen its share of emperors and dictators, from Caesar to Mussolini. Today, Rome remains the center of Christianity; the independent city-state of the Vatican City is the seat of the Catholic church and home of the pope. Explore the Eternal City in depth by taking one of these Rome Private Tours.

Today, the Forum contains the ruins of several temples, basilicas, and markets and is, along with the Colosseum, one of Rome's most popular attractions. The Pantheon is a magnificent temple built to honor the Roman gods. Visitors come from all over the world to marvel at the impressive dome, marble floors, and tomb of Raphael.

Rome travel


Rome boasts some of the world's most beautiful churches and basilicas, each one more stunning than the last. The most famous of these churches is St. Peter's, located in the tiny city-state of the Vatican. The enormous St. Peter's Square (Piazza San Pietro) attracts thousands of pilgrims on Sundays and religious occasions, when the pope makes blessings from his balcony.

 
 
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