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  • Rome Introduction
  • Rome Top Attractions
  • Vatican City Attractions
  • Airport Location
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Rome Introduction  
  1. The Capital of Italy and with its 2,500 year old history, Rome is one of Europe's biggest attractions. With multiple top rated world attractions, many iconic historical sites and with Vatican City within the city limits, Rome's popularity grows year by year and continually wows a global audience. With the mighty Colusseum being an icon of the city and much more Roman Empire architecture throughout the street, these are only the starters of the visit. Of course, food is a great attraction but when this is combined with all the cultural importance, religious symbols and great weather, it's easy to understand why Rome is continuously one of the World's most visited cities.

Rome Top Attractions  
  1. Spanish Steps

    Ok, they may just be a flight of stairs, but what a flight of stairs. Starting at the fountain 'Fontana della Barcaccia' and climbing to the grand Trinità dei Monti church, do your days exercise and walk the 138 steps

  2. Roman Forum

    It may not be the building it was in its prime but that doesn't take anything away from how impressive this view is. Walk around the ruins of this once great building let your imagination run wild and be taken 2,500 years back.

  3. Trevi Fountain

    As water fountains go, this one is certainly one of the most famous. Surrounded by various legends about the discovery of the water source, now days it just provides a brilliant view and is popular place to rest your feet and get a bite to eat or coffee.

  4. Colosseum

    The Colosseum is just one of those pieces of ancient architecture which doesn't need a reason to visit. You can't avoid it once arriving in the city and should be your first port of call if you want to see legend of the Roman Empire.

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Vatican City Attractions  
  1. St. Peter's Square

    Often seen on the TV, this plaza located in the heart of the region is surrounded by history and a very different atmosphere not found anywhere else in Rome.

  2. Vatican Museum

    A hugely impressive collection of work collected by the Roman Catholic empire over the centuries. Here you will find more than a couple masterpieces and brilliant sculptures.

  3. St. Peter's Basilica

    One of the largest churches in the world. Even if you don't believe overall meaning of the building you still want to see the inside of such an impressive structure and spend a couple of hours seeing the stunning architecture.

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Top Driving Tips
  1. Requirements for driving in Italy are: Reflective jacket, warning triangle, drive on the right, give way to the right, always wear a seatbelt, drive at a lower speed at night and in bad weather conditions. Apart from that, the roads are as good as any road in Europe with the standard alcohol rules. On a side note, most petrol stations will close of a Sunday so if you are planning on travelling a long distance fill up before.

At the Airport
  1. Rome Airport, aka Fiumicino or Leonardo da Vinci airport is Italy's busiest. Being the busiest you can expect to find plenty of stores selling your travel needs and you can expect to find some more traditional Italian goods including finest leathers and fantastic restaurants.

Airport Location  
  1. Not exactly next to the city but it doesn't take more than half an hour door to door in good traffic (30Km). Other than Rome, you can find many popular villages scattered along the coast which can all be reached fairly easily.

Car Hire at the Airport
  1. The airport offers a varied selection of Car Hire from the low cost brands located outside of the main terminal to a couple of the more expensive companies who have desks in terminal. Either way it shouldn't take too long to leaving the airport after collecting your suitcases.