Description of the destination

Rome, the capital of Italy, is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in the world. Rich in history, art, culture and architecture, Rome is an eternal city and the epicenter of ancient and Renaissance heritage.

Historical monuments:

  • Colosseum: This magnificent amphitheater was the site of gladiatorial fights and public performances in ancient Rome.
  • Forum Romanum: It was the center of political, commercial and public life in ancient Rome. Today, visitors can admire the preserved remains of temples, arks and other buildings.
  • Pantheon: Famous circular ancient temple building with a bell, which was later transformed into a Christian church.


  • Vatican Museums: Contains a rich collection of art and history, including the Vatican Collection and the Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo’s frescoes.
  • Thurs. Peter’s Basilica: The largest church in the world, with beautiful architecture, statues and religious artifacts.

Traditional Italian cuisine:

  • Rome is the place to enjoy traditional Italian dishes such as pasta carbonara, cacio e pepe, and thin crust pizza.
  • Visitors can also taste Roman wine and coffee in one of the many cafes throughout the city.

Vibrant city life:

  • Rome offers a rich nightlife with many restaurants, bars and clubs. Traditional neighborhoods, such as Trastevere, are known for their authentic atmosphere.
  • The famous Spanish Steps, the Spanish Square (Piazza di Spagna) and the Trevi Fountain are popular places for evening walks.

Cultural scene:

  • The city hosts various cultural events, film festivals and street artists, creating a unique atmosphere.

All in all, Rome is a place where the past meets the present, offering visitors a once-in-a-lifetime experience full of history, art, culture and delicacies.