Rome, Italy’s capital, has well over 2,000 years of history, packed into narrow, winding street, rich with majestic piazzas in its vast historic center. Its greatest monuments include the civic and religious headquarters of an ancient empire, churches founded during the earliest days of Christianity, and incredible baroque palaces, built for the powerful noble families, who supplied centuries of scheming popes and amassed vast collections of masterpieces created by the great artists they patronized. 

Its archaeological areas, catacombs, fountains and squares: its historical center and architecture make Rome most unique for charm and elegance, with the glamour of the “Eternal City”. The Coliseum, St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican City, are the first most important references when we think of Rome. Rome is also a city of peaceful backwaters, the verdant gardens of Villa Borghese, the maze of alleyways in the artisan’s quarter of Trastevere and the gentle green slopes of the green Aventine hill. 

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