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  • Duration (nights):
    7
    • Adults:
      16+ years
    • Teenagers:
      12-15 years
    • Children:
      2-11 years
    • Infants:
      0-23 months

Rome Although it was once the largest city in the world, the capital of the greatest empire in the world and now the centre of the Christian world, Rome is a relatively compact city by modern standards. This is great news for the visitor as the majority of its most famous sites are within walking distance of each other.

There was a time, not long ago at all, when there wasn’t much more to Rome than its distant past. Visitors came here just for that (and often, if truth be told, had a hard time approaching it, what with museums endlessly in restauro and wildcat strikes keeping the gates of archaeological sites firmly locked),

But, as any long-term resident will tell you, it’s a far more accessible, liveable city than ever before. It’s also a more organised city, as the efficient welcome extended to the millions who flocked here after the death of Pope John Paul II has proven.

Known as the ‘Eternal City’ there’s really only one way to find out why, and that’s to visit it. It’s fascinating, captivating, enchanting and stylish; if it’s history and religion, shopping and food, or just a break away from it all, Rome fits the bill nicely.

 

Rome Must Sees: Landmark: The Colosseum  Culture: Capitoline Museum Shopping: Via del Corso.     

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