Rome, the beautiful capital of Italy, the cradle of Western civilization, is one of the most visited cities in the world. Walking through the streets of the Eternal City you can feel the magic of a historic past that lives on, and the atmosphere of a big city teeming with attractions and entertainment.
Its historic center is bounded by the perimeter of the Aurelian walls and is a spectacular testimony to almost three millennia of Western European historical, artistic and cultural heritage. The museums, palaces and churches, are real treasure chests filled with marvels of art and curiosities to be discovered.
Rome is also the heart of Catholic Christianity, and is the only city in the world that includes another entire independent State: the enclave of Vatican City, where you can admire the largest dome in the world that crowns the magnificent St. Peter’s Basilica.
The Undisputed symbol of Rome is the Colosseum: The monumental Roman amphitheater steeped in history has fascinated everyone for centuries.
But a tour of the city can not miss out a stop at the Trevi Fountain, where tradition has it that the visitor should throw two coins into it, the first expresses a wish to return to Rome, the second is to wish that you will get what you most desire.