Rome, The Eternal City, has so much to offer that a weekend simply isn’t enough time to explore all the attractions.
Boasting more than 2,500 years of history, knowing where to start is the hardest decision. No visit would be complete without touring the Colosseum, the symbol of the city and a former amphitheatre used to host gladiatorial conquests of strength. Nearby, you’ll spot several ancient attractions, including the Roman Forum and the Capitoline.
The city centre is home to the Trevi Fountain, which tourists can throw coins into, so they return to Rome in their future travels. Make sure you try some traditional Italian gelato from one of the shops within the city centre - it’s a must! The Spanish Steps are located to the north of the city, and some of Rome’s best shops line the surrounding streets.
Rome also features the Papal City State of the Vatican City, home to the Sistine Chapel with its famous ceiling painted by Michelangelo. Rome’s current brood of artists are based within the bohemian district of Trastevere, where you’ll find the city’s best nightlife.
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