Rome, the eternal city, is a concentrate of religious, baroque, antique art and also film art.
City museum by excellence, begin with the ancient forum in the footsteps of Caesar and Augustus and admire the Colosseum, the largest amphitheater in the Roman world. Then finish with the visit of Palazzo Massimo and the Capitol with the majestic statue of Marcus Aurelius.
Lose yourself in the narrow streets of the old Trastevere, a popular Rome district, where you can relax on one of the roof cafes in Piazza Santa Maria and visit the basilica Santa Maria dating from the 17th century or further north Piazza Navona with its beautiful baroque fountain.
Let yourself be carried by the Dolce vita in the cobbled streets with these ocher facades and find again the cult place of Fellini movie, Fontana di Trevi, which keeps its charms especially at night with the drop in attendance.
The Borghese villa dating from the 17th century with its gallery and its cypress and umbrella pines park will charm you by its tranquility and the sound of the water fountains. Then, made a halt at the Villa Medici before going down to the Piazza di Spagna, the most elegant places of Rome with its staircase, its fountain in the purest baroque style and its high facades in warm colors.
Lastly, devote one day to the Vatican where you will be impressed by the richness of its heritage and the beauty of its galleries and paintings and closing by the Sistine Chapel, the masterpiece of Michel angel. Book another day for the St. Peter's Basilica to climb to the top of the dome for a beautiful view of the city.
Dazzling travel due to its cultural richness, its colors and the desire to come back to enjoy the Dolce Vita.