All roads lead to Rome... come and discover it with us!
When people say “all roads lead to Rome”, they are making reference to the fact that the Roman Empire was the centre of the world and that, sooner or later, everybody is destined to visit this fabulous city and discover its beauty.
The experiences that this city offers are endless. In Rome, you can visit the Sistine Chapel and discover that photographs are unable to capture even half its beauty. Get right in the middle of the Roman traffic chaos driving a typical Vespa, and admire hundreds of people tossing a coin into the Trevi Fountain.
In Rome there are countless piazzas worth stopping at to admire the city’s frenetic rhythm: at the steps of the Piazza di Spagna, on a terrace in the Piazza Venezia or in the fabulous Piazza Navona, for example.
Shopping in Rome
Rome is a great place to go shopping. Few cities offer a selection of boutiques such as those on the Via del Corso and, at the same time, markets and streets full of handicraft shops such as Via Magutta. At the Tiounfale market and the food and flower market in the Piazza Navona, you can have fun listening to the melodious uproar of the Romans in these locations of bustling energy.
Gastronomic pleasures in Rome
If authentic espresso coffee is a symbol of Rome, then visiting venues such as the Tazza d’Oro or the Calisto Bar is a must in this capital city; you are sure to engage in some unique cultural conversations at these popular cafés. In summer, on the other hand, it is far more recommendable to enjoy a typical Grattachecca.
Food is paramount in the Roman metropolis. In the Trastevere neighbourhood you can enjoy the best antipasti, or discuss which venue offers the best tiramisu in the city. And, of course, you must visit some of the trattorias to taste the sublime pizzas or pasta dishes. Legendary venues such as Felice a Testaccio, the reasonably priced Da Giovanni, pizzerias such as Baffetto, or elegant venues such as Le Tre Zucche are sure to satisfy your hunger and also the most discerning palates. Between meals, nothing is better than a classic Italian ice cream, especially if it is at Giolitti.
What to see in Rome
It is an amazing experience to enter the impressive Coliseum through the gladiator’s doors and, in the same day, attend a game by Rome at the Olympic Stadium. Or you can also discover another country, The Vatican, without needing to travel.
The Pantheon, Santa Maria Maggiore, St. Peter’s Basillica, the Circus Maximus... 3,000 years of culture overlook this city that calls for contemplation and admiration, and it never fails to impress. Rome is a city that leaves any visitor with the desire to return. That is why it always has been, and always will be, the eternal city.