The Sights in Rome

“All roads lead to Rome”… and an adventure through this historical city will explain why. Home to remnants of the ancient Roman civilization and showcasing some of Italy’s most beautiful Italian Renaissance pieces and architecture, the history of this awe-inspiring city makes it one of the must-sees of Europe. Enjoy an Aperol Spritz and a bowl of spaghetti in the shadow of the Colosseum where the Gladiators of an ancient world fought to the death nightly. Take a Vespa or segway and zoom through the backroads, seeking authentic Italian espresso and margherita pizza. Be sure to make a wish by throwing a coin over your shoulder into the incredible Trevi Fountain. Dreams come true in this city of enchantment — a city whose rich history and authentic, vibrant culture make every second magic.

Getting There

The Leonardo Da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in Rome is an international hub and major airport in Italy. Travelers are able to catch a flight there from any of the major airports across the globe. You also have the option to fly into Milan–Malpensa Airport, and then catch a connecting flight down south to Rome.The resident of Europe can have a direct flight from Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Germany, Poland and Portugal From the airport you arrive in, you will be welcomed to a variety of public and private transportation methods. Rent a car for your own personal explorations or use the public buses and transports for a truly immersive experience.

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