Roma, la citta' eterna
It is impossible not to visit it and not to be charmed after doing that!
The capital of Italy is rich of cultural and natural heritage and tourists arrive from all over the world to see its amazing masterpieces in Baroque Style, its museums, its parks and the unforgettable roman nightlife!
Leave your car at the free, secure garage and take the complimentary shuttle service to nearby metro stop Ponte Mammolo. From there you can easily reach the historic centre.
The Flavian Amphitheatre, better known as the Colosseum, is the symbol of the city and it was built under the Flavian Dynasty in 72 AD by Vespasian and was finished 8 years later by his son Titus. The Gladiators fought to entertain the emperor and people, but now it is the most visited place in the world!
The Pantheon is a roman temple dedicated to the "gods" ( in greek language Pantheon means "all gods") , it was built by Agrippa in 27 BC in Campo Marzio in Rome in its baths and it was completely rebuilt by Hadrian (about 120-125 AD). In the seventh century it became a church dedicated to Maria and the Martyrs.
PIAZZA DI SPAGNA
The place is the symbol of Roman Baroque with its majestic Trinità dei Monti staircase. It was built in 1726 by Francesco De Sanctis, the Spanish Steps connects to the Pincio and this masterpiece in one of the most picturesque and architectural scenes.
FONTANA DI TREVI
Trevi's Fountain is the most famous fountain in Rome, made in 1735 under Pope Clement XII by the architect Salvi. The sculptures above the fountain narrate various events related to the discovery of the source. The tradition is to throw a coin into the fountain, while expressing a desire to achieve their dreams!
The square, with the breathtaking frame of Bernini columns, represents the largest Christian church dominated by the majestic dome of Michelangelo. The basilica was built through the sixteen century by Michelangelo, Giacomo della Porta and Domenico Fontana. The Basilica stands on the ancient foundations of a Christian Church, which the tradition says that it was built over the apostle Pietro's tomb.