Visit the Eternal City – Rome

Rome is one of the few ancient cities of the world, who still houses its historical monuments, cultural identity and charm of modern era.

The eternal city, Rome is a capital city of Italy. Rome is one of the best tourist destinations of the world. It is a city of monuments, museums, gardens, shops and tasteful dining places. Some popular tourist attractions in Rome are The Vatican Museums, The Capitoline Museums, Churches (like St. Peter’s Basilica, The Sistine Chapel, San Giovanni in Laterano and few others), monuments (like Coliseum, Roman Forum, Circus Maximus, Domus Aurea, Pantheon and Castel Sant’Angelo), Piazza di Spagna , Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo , Fontana della Barcaccia , Trevi Fountain, Palazzo del Quirinale, Palazzo Montecitorio, Villa Pamphilj and many more. Owning to this large number of tourist attraction, this city provides good Rome hotels for its guests.

Rome is also popular for its variety of dishes like Piazza, Pasta, Bruschetta and many more. And that’s a reason there are many popular dining and drinking centers are available in the city. For wine lovers Rome is a favorite city. Many wine Sellers organized and give information about wine processing, about vineyards, harvesting, fermentation and all the processes linked to the production of good wine.

Rome is also famous for shopping and you can find varieties of outlets and departmental stores all over the city. Some very renowned shopping areas of Rome are: Piazza di Spagna- Spanish Steps-Via dei Condotti (one of the richest streets in Italy and also one of the best streets for shopping in Rome), Via del Corso (the street is famous for its verities of shops and restaurants), Trastevere (It is best food market in Rome and give a chance to do bargaining and chatting with local Roman vendors) and Viale Marconi and Porta Portese, Piazza Vittorio, and Piazza Navona- Via del governo Vecchio are other popular shopping places in Rome.

Rome is very well connected to the all major cities of the world. Rome has two main international airports and these are Leonardo da Vinci International Airport and Ciampino International Airport. Both airports are well connected to the city’s main places. The city’s public transport is very convenient and every single area of the city is well connected to each other.

It is to say that Rome was not built in a day and can’t be seen in a day. So you can understand how much time you need to see this eternal city?

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