Rome Caput Mundi was how the ancients defined the eternal city. Capital of the largest Mediterranean empire, you will find many vestiges of Roman times such as the Colosseum, the Forum or the Pantheon. But Rome is also classical, baroque and Christian with the splendid Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Navona, the Vatican and its museums and the Sistine Chapel.
Rome is not a city like any other. It is a great museum, a living room to tiptoe through.
The Flavian amphitheatre, is a universally known symbol of the city. Erected between 70 and 72 AD, it was the venue par excellence for gladiator shows. A unique monument in the world, perfectly preserved, which, when you visit it, will catapult your mind back two millennia.
St Peter's Basilica
St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, the largest church in the world and its countless works of art such as Michelangelo’s Pieta. And the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo’s cycle of frescoes: The Last Judgement and The Creation of Adam
An ancient temple now a Christian Basilica in the heart of Rome. Here rest the remains of numerous famous people including Raphael Sanzio. The main feature of this over 2000-year-old monument is the dome, the largest in the world, built of brick and concrete
The Roman Street Food
A range of culinary proposals unique in the world: the supplì, the artichoke alla giudia, the Pajata and the coratella just to name a few. And then the four ‘gods’ of pasta: cacio e pepe, carbonara, amatriciana and gricia: don’t miss a single one!!!
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