If you are interested in history and art, then Rome is the place where you should go. The city was founded in 753 BC and throughout its history attracted travelers from all over the world. During the last world wars, Rome practically did not suffer, and most of the historical monuments were perfectly preserved. And there are a lot of them here. These are ancient ruins, churches, cathedrals, palaces, squares and museums. And they belong to different epochs and styles. Walking around Rome, you will feel like a time traveler . Moreover, all major tourist sites are located in the historic center of the city, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You can walk, use the metro, rent a bike, scooter or segway, but, in any case, it will take more than one week to get acquainted with all the sights of the city. You probably already heard about the most popular of them. This is the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, the Trevi Fountain. And of course, you will want to see a unique phenomenon: on the territory of Rome there is a separate state, although the smallest in the world. This Vatican is the capital of the world's Catholic faith. And, despite the miniature size, there are also many places known throughout the world. This is the Pontifical Palace, St. Peter's Cathedral, the Vatican Pinakothek and the Sistine Chapel. In almost every museum, church and the palace of Rome you will see masterpieces of Italian painting and sculpture.
An independent journey is the best way to know the Eternal City, as it was called yet before our era. You can just walk around the city in any direction, like in a huge open-air museum. Or you can use the audio guide and choose one of the suggested routes (link below). In many public places - stations, stops, museums and cafes, you can easily connect to the network of Metropolitana Wi-Fi, covering the whole city. Shopping areas with fashion boutiques, antique shops, noisy squares, quiet cobbled streets with houses of different eras, bars, restaurants, discos - everyone will find something for themselves. And if you are tired of the city, you can go to the sea. For half an hour on the train you can get to the nearest beach.
Do not forget about the measures of elementary security, so that the trip to Rome did not disappoint you. Do not trust strangers offering you help or gifts on the street. Keep valuables in the hotel safe. If you are stopped by a policeman, ask him to produce documents. Perhaps this is a disguised rascal. Be wary of pickpockets, which are more common in the subway. But we sincerely hope that this trip will brought you only pleasure. And our site will help you organize it by yourself.
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