The Eternal City is a place that can never be visited too many times. History, style, culture, food – the Italian capital is overflowing with it all.
Rome was called the “Eternal City” by the ancient Romans because they believed that no matter what happened in the rest of the world, the city of Rome would always remain standing. Exploring the city center by foot surrounded by glorious monuments and colossal remains takes you back in time to the “glory that was Rome”.
Rome stands as one of the finest and oldest cities in the world. The history of Rome spans over 2500 years and it has been a center of power, politics, culture, and development since its inception. The creation of the city is steeped in legend and mythology and there are various different accounts of how this majestic place was built. Various Roman emperors have ruled mighty Rome and this is the place where the colossal Roman Empire grew from.
As time progressed, various monuments, palaces, and religious buildings have been constructed in the city and these now stand as beautiful tourist attractions and a reminder of the city's glorious past.
|Starts on:||22.05 - 26.05.2022|
|Duration:||4 nights / 5 days|
|Mode of transport:||Plane|
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The Vatican Gardens are a natural, architectural, and artistic space of great beauty and spirituality, boasting an area of 23 hectares occupying most of Vatican Hill. In addition, here we can find several medieval fortifications, buildings, and monuments of the Renaissance and the Baroque, with gardens, parks, orchards, and a wooded area of 3 hectares.
The Vatican Museums are some of the largest museums in the world with an enormous collection that varies from ancient Roman and Egyptian artifacts, religious objects, beautifully painted rooms, and even modern art. The 26 different museums of the Vatican are housed in a complex of multiple Apostolic palaces and are by far the most popular museum destination in Rome, in part because of the famous Sistine Chapel. During your visit, you will marvel at the many art treasures that the popes have collected in 54 halls since the 16th century.
The remarkable Castle of the Holy Angel and the bridge of angels. This remarkable Castle of the Holy Angel was originally a mausoleum. The statue on the fort is a reminder of the appearance of the archangel Michael.
The Castle of the Holy Angel in Rome also owes a lot of its fame to the film adaptation of Dan Brown's Angels & Demons, where the castle served as a hideout for the Illuminati.
Italy’s most visited monument has become an icon, of its exceptional architecture, the fame of the gladiators and spectacles, its popularity through the centuries, from its medieval and Christian reuse and the ideological versions that have made it the symbol of an empire and today of the city of Rome and the world.
The Roman Forum. Center of the political, economic, and religious life of the ancient city.
The Forum was originally covered by a swamp. It was only in the late 7th century BCE that the valley was reclaimed and the Roman Forum began to take shape. It was destined to remain the center of public life for over a millennium.
Villa d'Este is one of the symbols of the Italian Renaissance and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated in Tivoli, near Rome, the villa is a gem of architectural and landscape splendor. The extraordinary complex is famous all over the world for its splendid fountains characterized by wonderful and suggestive water displays and for being the most beautiful example of the Italian Renaissance garden in Europe.