Rome is a destination truly unlike any other, built upon the historic riches of the Roman Empire and the Catholic Church. Both these organisations gathered cultural relics and artistic expertise from around the world, culminating in such attractions as the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Arch of Constantine, as well as the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Visit Rome for Cultural and Culinary Treats
Visitors will be truly awed by the sites the discover during their visit to Rome, whether its artwork by the likes of Raphael and Michelangelo, or the ruins of the old Roman Senate. However, like many other regions of Italy, Rome is also home to its own unique culinary delights that visitors will not want to miss out on, including the local favourite pasta, carbonara. Being the capital of Italy, Rome also has plenty of opportunities for you to taste delicacies from other regions, such as Tuscany and Napoli.
Discover the Chic Street of Via Veneto
Via Vittorio Veneto, better known as Via Veneto, is one of the most famous and refined streets in all of Rome. It was a favourite amongst the Hollywood jet-setters, go-getters and starlets of the 1960's, including Audrey Hepburn to Coco Chanel, and visitors may recognise it from the film La Dolce Vita. Today, the street is still a magnet for the trendy, with its bars and restaurants that continue to attract the stars.
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