Rome

For an enchanting voyage through history let your steps take you to the Eternal City, the homeland of la dolce vita.

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Love roleplaying? Then take your partner, hop on a Vespa and venture into your own Roman holiday that might turn even better than it did for Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. For a grand start, go to the Colosseum, the quintessential symbol of the Roman Empire, a former amphitheatre with millennia of history where bloody gladiator fights were the ultimate attraction. Next stop is the fabulous Trevi Fountain, the most popular of its kind in the world, where the chances for your wish to come true will grow astronomically right after you toss in a coin. Mark at least a day in your travel journal for a fascinating visit to the Vatican to admire its mind-blowing galleries, world-renowned paintings and sculptures. No need to worry about the silence rule in the Sistine Chapel, the sublime beauty of the Michelangelo painted ceiling will surely leave you speechless. If history is your thing, definitely check out the Pantheon, the Circus Maximus and the Roman Forum. For those chilled afternoons, go for a walk in the Piazza di Spagna and, after you’ve climbed the Spanish steps, give your wardrobe an Italian vibe in the city’s fanciest boutiques on Via dei Condotti. Done with shopping? Time for a gelato!

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Hangouts

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Mercato Testaccio
Walk along colourful food stalls and busy stands displaying last season's items at knock-down prices. Most of the indoor shops run from 9 am to 2 pm while the food stalls generally open around 6.30 and stay open until 1.30 pm-2.30 pm.
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Castel Sant'Angelo
With a history of almost 2 millennia, this former castle turned into a museum stands as an outstanding symbol of antique and medieval Roman history and art, offering impressive views of the Eternal City.
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Vatican Museums
An overwhelming collection of Renaissance masterpieces from all over the world, sculptures, statues, paintings, jewellery, maps, all culminating with the stupendous Sistine Chapel and its Michelangelo painted ceiling.
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Borghese Gallery and Museum
Definitely one of the best museums in the whole world, Galleria Borghese will astonish you with its impressive collection of first class works of art by Caravaggio, Rubens, Titian etc. and its extensive gardens.
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MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts
Entirely dedicated to contemporary art, set up in an impressive building in a hip district of Rome, Maxxi hosts cool exhibitions, bookstores and cafes you will want to hang out in all day long.
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Via Condotti
The most popular shopping street in town showcasing high-end designer labels, jewellery and shoes.
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Il Muro
For the street art lovers, Il Muro gathers a wonderful collection of graffiti, celebrating murals, local artists and their working techniques through excellent guided tours that you will definitely love.

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