Introducing Rome

Rome is the city of scholars, the city of love and the city of eternal life. It’s many things to many people to but most, this incredible capital is the cradle of western civilisation, with ruins that date back all the way 29 BC. Visiting Rome is not just a cultural experience with great attractions and amazing food and drink along the way; it’s very much a journey back to our very beginnings. From the classic must-see sights that dominate the city’s skyline such as the Colosseum and the Roman Forum to artistic wonders inside the Vatican and the cool, quirky neighbourhoods where the locals like to mingle, there’s simple so much to see and do.

Highlights of Rome

This is perhaps the city’s most famous ancient site, the remains of the world’s greatest Roman arena. Tickets are available in advance or can be purchased from the ticket office outside.
The Roman Forum
The Roman Forum is one of the most spectacular sites with ruins dating back to ancient times and with roads that are more than 2,000 years.
Another must-see tourist sight is the Pantheon, a landmark church and historic tomb. Worth seeing both in the day and when it lights up at night.
Spanish Steps
The Spanish Steps are located at Piazza di Spagna with steps leading up to the church and Piazza Trinità dei Monti at the top.
The Vatican Museum
Make sure you set aside a few hours to explore the Vatican. It’s a vast museum (an entire city in fact) and it’s home to the famous Michelangelo fresco paintings.

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