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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. Rome has an attractive mix of grandiose sights and bustling city life. Life is sweet—the cake is there for the eating. Italian designer shopping, smooth ice cream, frothy cappuccino and exquisite wines to name but a few things.
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Do and see
Rome is one of a kind. No other city - not even Athens, Istanbul, London or New York - has as many world-class sites as Rome. Walking down Via del Fori Imperiali towards the Colosseum will impress even the most spoiled and shopping-crazed teenager. The city has so much to offer. In addition to the Roman heritage there are also Medieval neighbourhoods, well designed squares, colourful markets and of course, the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica. This Rome guide suggests a few other places that must be seen.
The Keats-Shelley House
Dedicated to the Romantic poets – Keats, Shelley and Byron – who each stayed in Rome and died tragically young, this charming period house contains a chain of rooms lined with rare books and relics, including Keats’ last resting place. There’s also a gift shop, introductory film, and spacious terrace.
Casa di Goethe
From 1786 to 1788, the great poet Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832) lived with other German artists in the centre of Rome. Today, the museum Casa di Goethe commemorates the famous guest and his Italian Journey with exhibitions and cultural events.
From the Trevi fountain to the Colosseum, Rome’s abundant sights rival those of any other city on the planet. A tour on CitySightseeing’s distinctive red buses represents a tremendous way to see this incredible city for the first time, to get your bearings and to visit many of the major sights in a relatively short time period. Get on board and discover Rome from a different point of view.
Raphael in the Villa Farnesina
Villa Farnesina, considered one of the most magnificent creations of Italian Renaissance, was built by Baldassare Peruzzi for the rich Sienese banker Agostino Chigi, called the “magnifico”, lived the splendid life of a Renaissance merchant, in a setting of pomp and splendour, entertaining artists, poets, and noblemen with sumptuous banquets. The interior is richly decorated with frescoes by great masters such as Raphael, Sebastiano del Piombo, Giovanni Antonio Bazzi, known as Sodoma, and Peruzzi himself.
Segway Italy Tours
Explore Italy’s most beautiful Art Cities with Ecofriendly Sightseeing’s unique guided tours. They tell stories about the cities and locals, from 2500 years ago until today. Discover the hidden treasures, glide over History & Arts with their Segway Guided Tours. Commentary up to 10 languages. Rome – Turin – Padova – Naples – Bari – Taranto – Lecce - Florence – Pisa
What a Life Tours
What a Life Tours is a Tour Operator specialized in itineraries of the Vatican City organizing guided Tours in 4 different languages daily. They are also accredited by the Vatican directly to skip all the lines in front of the many sights, making the visits more comfortable and enjoyable.
“Leonardo da Vinci. The genius and his inventions – Real Interactive Machines”
In the heart of Rome the exhibition is held in the basements of the Palazzo della Cancelleria, a beautiful building owned by the Vatican. People can interact with the full-scale machines and put them in motion. The success is guaranteed! The visitor remains fascinated by the realization of machines designed in the fifteenth century that anticipate the inventions of our time.
MAXXI, Italy’s first national museum devoted to the arts of the XXI Century and designed by Zaha Hadid, is a platform open to all forms of contemporary creativity, from art to architecture, from photography to design, from fashion to cinema. A place for meetings, exchange and collaboration.
Leonardo da Vinci - Airport
Rome’s main airport, Leonardo da Vinci, is located in Fiumicino, 30 kilometres (18.5 miles) from the city. There are several different ways for you to get into the city centre from the airport: Leonardo Express The Leonardo Express leaves every half hour in each direction and connects 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. The city’s second airport Ciampino is situated 12.0 km south southeast of central Rome and is mainly served by low-cost airlines and package tours. Bus Some of the 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.
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Public Transport
The Termini station is the hub for Rome’s transportation network. The name of the local bus and streetcar company is ATAC. All tickets must be purchased from ATAC ticket machines, newsagents, or ticket outlets on the underground. The underground runs until midnight. Night buses stop at stations marked ”N”. There are also different choices of travel passes for 1, 3 or 7 days that are valid on all public transportation.
Taxi stands can be found throughout the city centre. It is recommended that tourists only use the licensed yellow and white taxis. An extra fee is payable per suitcase to and from the airport. There is also a surcharge at night, on public holidays and on Sundays. It is cheaper to hail a taxi in the street than at a taxi stand or to book via telephone. Tipping at 5-10% is encouraged.
The Post Office is usually open 09.00-14.30 from Monday to Friday and between 09.30–13.00 on Saturdays. Stamps can be bought at tobacconists that either carry the blue and white ”Tabacchi” sign or are simply marked ”T”.
You recognise a pharmacy in Rome by a green sign with a cross. They are open Monday-Friday 08.30-13.00 and 15.30-19.00. On Via Nazionale 228, Via Arenula 73 and Piazza Barberini there are pharmacies open night time.
Country code +39 Rome area code: 06 (also dialled in Rome) If you call Italy from abroad, you must always dial zero in the area code (do not omit it as is the general practice when making international telephone calls), e.g. +39 06 + the number.
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