Rome serves as one of the most fascinating places on this planet and there really is something for everyone to enjoy. While a lot of people do go to Rome for religious purposes, this important aspect of the city is definitely one of its unique points that attracts many from all walks of life. Culture vultures will be amazed by the historical relics that still stand in Rome, from the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum and the works of Michelangelo, every corner you turn in the city has something breathtaking to be explored.
You can travel to Rome at any time of the year and still enjoy lovely weather, with temperatures rarely dropping below zero degrees C during the winter and reaching up to around 30 degrees C in the summer. If you're planning to discover the city on foot, spring and autumn are probably the best times to fly, as the weather is typically dry and warm, without being overly hot.If this isn't enough to persuade you to think of Rome as a holiday destination, then the fantastic Italian food the capital offers certainly is.
Benvenuti a Roma...
From the sun-kissed Mediterranean to sophisticated cities, Europe's diversity is without equal. Its converted castles, restored monasteries, refurbished palaces and rolling landscapes are all testimony to its fascinating history, whilst the gourmet cuisine, vintage wines and glamorous nightlife reflect the continent's irrepressible joie de vivre.