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Rome, the capital of Italy, is one of Italy’s most visited tourist destinations. Universally known as “The Eternal City”, besides its impressive heritage in terms of culture and art, the city’s millennial history is not to be spurned.
Known in the past as “caput mundi” (capital of the world), it has been the nerve centre of politics and culture on an Italian and for a short while even European level.
Recent discoveries support the hypothesis that Rome was established on 21st April 753 B.C. According to legend, the city was established by the twins Romulus and Remus, sons of the God of War, Mars and the vestal princess Rea Silva. After being abandoned at the banks of the River Tiber, they were raised by a wolf. Tradition says that Rome was born on the Palatino, one of the city’s seven hills.
Its warm climate means you can visit the city at any time of the year, spring and autumn being the best seasons.
What is there to do in Rome?
Naturally, a must-see is the Vatican City which has been an independent state since 1929.
At its entrance you can admire the impressive Saint Peter’s Square and Basilica which could be described as the heart of Christianity. The Basilica is the work of the great architect and sculptor Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, although the Basilica’s dome, which is of impressive size, is the work of Michelangelo.
If you want to immerse yourself in the history of Rome, do not forget the Coliseum which is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. It is the oldest amphitheatre in history, where battles between gladiators and hungry wild animals took place to entertain the public. Walk across the Fori Imperali, a group of public squares built over a century and a half by Roman emperors, in the city centre.
Walk down Via Costituzione until you reach the Castle Sant’Angelo. In Puccini’s opera Tosca, the main character, commits suicide by throwing herself from its balconies.
Relax and eat in the surroundings of Navona Square.
At sunset, go and relax in the Villa Borghese Park and marvel at the stunning building, decorated with mosaics, bas-reliefs, paintings and sculptures which date back to the 15th and 17th centuries.
Go shopping on Via Condotti, a stylist’s heaven on earth.
If you want to learn more about Roman cuisine you should go to one of the many “trattorie” in the outskirts of the city where you can find homemade meals such as “spaghetti all’amatriciana” (pasta in a bacon tomato sauce), “fettuccine alla burina” (pasta with ham, cheese and peas) and “carciofo alla giudía” Jewish style artichokes.
Finish your day with a Roman ice cream in the Piazza di Spagna, on you way to the Trevi Fountain.
If you don’t want your day to end at sunset, enjoy the nightlife in Rome by going out in the Campo dei Fiori, a place full of bars and clubs that will entertain you until the early hours of the morning.