All roads lead to Rome
For thousands of years tourists, merchants and pilgrims have wended their way towards the town built on seven hills along the banks of the Tiber.
Rome wasn't built in a day
Rome, the Eternal City, has just about the richest, fullest history of any town on earth, thanks to its unique position in the world's greatest Empire, its significance as a religious and cultural centre, its turbulent centuries of aristocratic and papal rivalries and upheaval... and along the way acquiring some of the finest art and architecture to survive from the last two thousand years.
When in Rome...
Rome is far from being a museum: it's a colourful and vibrant living city which is still an appealing destination even if you're not interested in history. The food, the culture, the ambience and the surrounding scenery make a great holiday even if you don't survey a single ruin or statue.
Rome is the capital of Italy and one of the most famous city in the world. It's located in the center of the Italian Peninsula and lies on the banks of the Tiber river within the Lazio region of Italy.
Rome is the most populated city in Italy and the most actractive for tourist of all around the world also because it is the center of the Christian religion. Its history, starting from the first king Romulus in 753 BC, is know everywhere especially for the Imperial Age that gave birth to great men such as Caesar and Augustus.
Today the city during the warmer season is full of tourists who flock to the ancient roman major attractions including the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Sant'Angelo castle and visit the main places of Christian worship like the four Patriarchal Basilicas St Peter's Basilica, the masterpiece of Michelangelo, Santa Maria Maggiore, St John in Lateran's Basilica and St Paul's Outside the Walls Basilica.
Rome is a city that offers so much in terms of culture with its museums, art galleries, events that continually take place in the city but is also appreciated by tourist for nightlife (night districts, wine bars, cultural events ecc.).