Get ready for your Roman holiday
Roman holiday is a dream of many across this globe. The ancient city is one of the largest crowd puller as far as tourism and related aspects are concerned. If a vacation in Rome is on your cards and you are looking for some tips, here is something to help you out.
Rome being a historical city with a long tenure of existence as the seat of power in the European and Middle East world, it has rich remains of the erstwhile past to attract visitors and scholars on a regular basis.
Rome Tours are not restricted to historical visits alone, the city being famous as lovers’ paradise and a destination for honeymooners from various countries, has much more to offer to its visitors.
MUST SEE IN ROME: The influence of Greek architecture and typical grande style, has given the Roman architecture a grandeur and richness which in turn has mesmerized visitors through ages and will continue to do so in future. The engineering architectural marvels of the city and around that needs a definite visit by any traveller include - The Coliseum or the well known amphitheatre of AD 80 that boasts of being one of the greatest works of Roman engineering; Trevi fountain – with a stunning Baroque architecture this is one of the most beautiful fountains in the world; The Pantheon – It stand for `Temple of all Gods’ in Greek, now a church with the largest dome in Rome, the Pantheon is one of the best preserved monuments of the Romans; Piazza Navona – It is a section of the city designed in baroque architecture that is always filled with tourists and artists making caricature, also reminding you of the finest architectural style of the Roman empire, Spanish steps – The widest and longest steps in Rome have a beautiful look in the month of May every year when the Mediterranean flowers are in full bloom, Castel Sant’ Angelo – Now a museum, this structure was originally built as the mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian and his family members; Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II – Dedicated to the first emperor of unified Italy, this is another architectural marvel of the region, and of course The Vatican – it does not require recommendation as Vatican is the most attractive section of Rome visit for one and all!
Attracting different category of visitors there is a good set of events in Rome that are organised and form a permanent feature of visit to this city and should be among definite part of the package of your tour to this city.
Festa di Santa Francesca Romana, Settimana della Cultura and Giornate FAI are among the many festivals that are celebrated in limited areas of the region or even in the entire city which has a different colour to its festive spirit. The Mediterranean feel along with the warmth in the hospitality of the people from the region leaves the visitors asking for more and go back home with a promise to themselves to return every season to enjoy the same.
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The site offers you different types of Events In Rome to make your vacation interest and memorable. In these Vacation In Rome you can enjoy the royal life style if money is not so concern. You can plan a surprise holiday for your loved ones giving them a royal treat.
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