Rome, known as the Eternal City, has attracted visitors for over 2,000 years. It is one of the most magnificent and romantic cities in the world, boasting an attractive mix of grandiose sights — the likes of the Colosseum, Roman Pantheon and Forum — and bustling city life. Life is sweet: the cake is there for eating. Italian designer shopping, smooth ice cream, frothy cappuccino and exquisite wines to name but a few things that draw in over 4.2 million tourists in search of a taste of Italian 'dolce vita' every year.

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Parco degli Acquedotti

Away from the city bustle of Rome, this park area is marked by what's left of two ancient aqueducts that once carried water. Both aqueducts were built by the Romans and are worth the ride out into Rome's suburbs.

Via Lemonia 221, Rome
Cooking Classes and Food Tours in Rome

Italy does not only attract tourists with the beauty of its landscapes and mesmerising ancient sites: Italy's exquisite cuisine and passion for all things culinary is, arguably, an even more powerful draw. To get a taste of local cuisine and learn how to craft your very own culinary masterpiece, consider joining a cooking class. Here are some providers in Rome: Gianni & Cesare +39 333 271 3822 Vicolo Sant Onofrio 22 Cooking classes in Rome Via dei Fienaroli 5 Convivio Rome +39 333 1040144 (Whatsapp too) Via Monte Cavallo 30

Ad Hoc

Ristorante Ad Hoc, with its romantic setting, is the perfect restaurant to relax after a stroll in the city centre of Rome. Choose from a menu with typical Roman and Mediterranean dishes and well-reputed wines. Ad Hoc is also popular among locals and national celebrities.

Via di Ripetta 43, Rome
Ristorante Tema

Experience fine dining in one of the most ancient districts of Rome. Whether you prefer fish or meat Ristorante Tema offers your protein of choice of the best quality and prepares it to perfection. Even if the restaurant is known for fine dining, the service is warm and relaxing.

Via Panisperna 96/98, Rome
La Rinascente

La Rinascente is a slightly more exclusive department store, carrying many high-end brands. They have everything from clothes to shoes, perfume and accessories. After a long day of shopping, you can enjoy a walk through the close-by Villa Borghese gardens.

Piazza Fiume, Rome
Galleria Alberto Sordi

Beautiful 19th-century arcade with enormous cut-glass chandeliers and a vaulted glass roof, this mall was recently named after the very popular, now late actor Alberto Sordi. Various shops and coffee bars, but mainly fashion clothes, but also the book shop Feltrinelli, which has a wide range of guides and books in various languages.

Piazza Colonna 31-35, Rome

Fiumicino International Airport

Rome’s main airport, Leonardo da Vinci, is located in Fiumicino, 30 kilometres (18.5 miles) from the city. There are several ways to get into the city centre from the airport: Leonardo Express The Leonardo Express leaves every half hour in each direction and connects the Roma Termini station with Fiumicino airport. Tickets can be bought at machines, travel agencies, ticket desks and on the website. Train You can reach Rome by train directly to the Termini railway station. Metro The metropolitan train FM1 links the airport with regions like Fara Sabina, Orte and Poggio Mirteto. Please note that the Metro does not stop at central station Termini. Terravision Shuttle Bus This bus line takes you to the central station Termini.

Via dell' Aeroporto di Fiumicino 320, Rome

Ciampino Airport

The city’s second airport Ciampino is situated 12.0 km southeast of central Rome and is mainly served by low-cost and charter airlines. Bus Some low-cost airlines have their own buses. The regular buses depart from the nearby underground station Anagnina. Taxi A taxi ride from the airport and central Rome takes 20 minutes.

Via Appia Nuova 1651, Ciampino