Rome, Italy

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About Rome

About Rome

"All Roads Lead to Rome": Italian Capital

Indeed, “all roads lead to Rome”. That means someday you will find yourself desiring to visit this charming city. And it is no surprise as the whole place is just echoing with cultural heritage and historical treasures. 

Being one of the main touristic destinations in the world, Rome’s character has a magical ability to ship you back in the times of the Renaissance when such legendary masters as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Niccolò Machiavelli, and many others worked their masterpieces. The Italian capital treasures stories and legends literally in each wall, stone, and pillaring.

Of course, the first thing this city is famous for is the fabled Colosseum, the symbol of Rome. Its longstanding history can be felt through cracks and flaws of the mighty construction reflecting the sounds of the chanting crowd at gladiators fights.

Ancient Pantheon can’t stay without attention as well. The unique temple is the most preserved building of ancient Rome. Meaning in Greek “honor all Gods”, it was dedicated to all the gods of the pagan Rome Empire.

When a long day of sightseeing verges to a close, come over one of the countless Italian restaurants to taste both simple and exquisite dishes of the local cuisine while strolling the magical Roman streets.
 

Ancient Pantheon can’t stay without attention as well. The unique temple is the most preserved building of ancient Rome. Meaning in Greek “honor all Gods”, it was dedicated to all the gods of the pagan Rome Empire.

When a long day of sightseeing verges to a close, come over one of the countless Italian restaurants to taste both simple and exquisite dishes of the local cuisine while strolling the magical Roman streets.
 

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