“Whoever once visited Rome, and be it only for the shortest period of time, has lived in centuries and millenniums.” (Werner Bergengruen; 1892-1964)
Let yourself be enchanted by Rome‘s almost three centuries of history. This unique metropolis offers fascinating legends and myths, but it also seduces visitors with its “dolce vita” charm that is alive and well. Rome is the capital of Italy. With approximately 2.7 million inhabitants in its municipality, it is Italy’s biggest city.
Rome lies in the Lazio region on the shores of the Tiber River. The “eternal city” is extraordinarily rich in important historical monuments and museums. Rome’s old town, the St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican City we re d e - clared UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites in 1980.
Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Forum Romanum, St. Peter’s Basilica, St. Peter’s Square, Vatican museums, Sistine Chapel, Pantheon, Trevi fountain, Castel Sant‘Angelo, San Pietro in Vincoli (Saint Peter in Chains), Capitol Square, Trajan Pillar, Monument of Victor Emmanuel II, Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo, and many more.
The temperate, warm climate means that a visit to Rome is possible all year round.
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