Sightseeing in Rome is perhaps more rewarding than in any other world city. Ancient monuments such as the Colosseum, Forum and Pantheon vie for your attention whilst the incomparable treasures of the Vatican are sure to take your breath away.
And once you have ticked all these wondrous landmarks off your Rome sightseeing checklist you will find a host of other great things to do in Rome. Explore like a local by hiring a Vespa, do something different and visit the underground catacombs or simply relax with an ice cream at the bottom of the Spanish Steps. read more >>
With a sense of tradition and history to rival any other city in the world, Rome offers a truly unique and memorable experience to its visitors. Travellers taking Rome tours will be transported back to the ancient world at the city's grand monuments and historic sites, while central areas are characterised by a thoroughly modern buzz of excitement and activity.
The origins of Rome can be traced back more than 2,500 years, to a time when it was the seat of the Roman empire and one of the most significant cities in the development of western civilisation. Today, the city remains an important destination for people of faith and religion, many of whom come to visit Vatican City, officially the smallest country in the world by both population and area.
For a quintessential experience of Italy and its love of food, togetherness and the good things in life, people on Rome tours should be sure to head to one of the city's restaurants or cafes to enjoy a good meal. Visitors may have to venture out of the main tourist areas for a genuine experience of Italian cuisine, but it will certainly be worth it.
Food & Wine in Rome
Ancient & Historic Rome
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