Rome, the famous “Eternal City” is known for its monuments and remains of imposing buildings that will make you travel in time. For its cultural wealth, the list cannot be missed is endless, however we recommend that do not stop visiting during your stay:
A city-state in the heart of Rome, known worldwide for being the nerve center of the Catholic Church. It’s the smallest state in Europe with less than 1.000 inhabitants. It is essential to visit St. Peter’s Square, St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Museums, but above all, the Sistine Chapel with the Works of Michelangelo: The Creation of Adam and The Last Judgment.
Symbol of Rome with an antiquity of almost 2.000 years. It’s the most emblematic building of the city where exotic animals were shown at the time, prisoners were executed, recreations of battles were done or gladiator fights were carried out.
This is where public and religious life was developed in ancient Rome. There are several temples (Saturn, Venus, Romulus, Vesta, etc.) although you must take into account the Via Sacra, the main Street that communicated the Campidoglio square with the Coliseum.
THE TREVI FONTANA
It’s the most beautiful fountain in Rome and the largest in the city (20m wide by 26m high). It’s named because it’s the meeting point between 3 streets. There’s a myth born with a movie that says that if you throw a coin to the source (with the right hand on the left shoulder), you will return to Rome. If you throw 2m you will find love with an attractive Italian guy/girl. If you throw 3, you will marry the person you met.