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Rome

Rome, Italy’s capital city. Perhaps the most ancient and most famous city in the world, a winning combination of the majestic and the popular, which enchants visitors of all ages.

Ok, it wasn’t built in a day, and maybe for that very reason its glorious past still seems not to have come to an end. And so Rome, the city of the seven hills, is a matronly woman who welcomes guests as only the great cities of the Mediterranean know how. Here, the melting pot arrived 2000 years ago, and it’s called “caciara” (bedlam). Only in Rome does the most ancient of architecture stand cheek-by-jowl with the Baroque, the Vatican City and 20th-century Rationalism. The legacy of the post-war boom is today turning the place into hipster central, just as the latest fashion dictates, right? The great beauty, ladies and gentleman, is here, lying somewhere between symbols of faith like the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls and the unabashed luxury of the shoppers’ paradise that is Via Veneto.

In the summer, when the city heat becomes sweltering, the parks and beaches of the Roman coast offer guaranteed refreshment. In Rome, the temperatures never descend too far, and the few occasions when it has snowed over the past century have become the stuff of legend. Rome has accumulated a different side with every passing year. Children will be amazed by the play of the water at the Trevi Fountain , and they are sure to love the gelato. The terraces of the Janiculum and Pincian hills are must-visit places for couples who find themselves in town for a romantic getaway, as well as fantastic vantage points from which to admire the immensity of the dome of Saint Peter’s.

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“Fabiolous” food walking tour in Rome
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“L’Ara com’era” tickets
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2-Hour Gladiator School Experience
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3-hour guided tour in the Vatican Museums and St Peter’s Basilica
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3-hour Rome by night walking tour
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3-hour Via Appia Bike Tour in Rome
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30-minutes Pantheon self-guided audio tour
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4-hour food and wine walking tour around Rome
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48-hour hop-on hop-off bus + Domitilla catacombs
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48-hour hop-on hop-off bus + official Saint Peter’s Basilica audioguide
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the 10 reasons to visit Rome

Visitare San Pietro e vedere il Papa
1

Go to St Peter’s to see the Pope

Assaggiare i supplì
2

Savour the street food

Rilassarsi nelle ville di Roma
3

Stroll through the capital’s great villas

Visitare i Musei Vaticani
4

Visit the Vatican Museums

Ammirare la bellezza di trinità dei monti
5

Let yourself be swept away by the charm of the Spanish Steps

Tipica cena romana a Trastevere
6

An aperitif and a Roman dinner amid the evocative streets and alleys of the Trastevere district

Visitare il museo Maxxi
7

Immerse yourself in contemporary art at MAXXI

Vedere le opere di Caravaggio
8

See the works of Caravaggio for free at the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi

Shopping a Monti
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Indulge in some retail therapy in the Monti district

Visitare il sito archeologico di Ostia Antica
10

Take a walk through the archaeological site of Ostia Antica

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