The Eternal City, Rome, home to the mighty Roman Empire and the Vatican City today, is going to take your breath away as you discover Italy’s treasure storehouse – a year’s time is barely enough to scratch the surface of the city. 

The world’s biggest open air museum

The Historic Center is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and it is beautifully decorated by millennium-old churches and basilicas, imposing roman ruins, grand palaces, opulent monuments and fountains. Not to forget that Rome also offers mind-blowing art and of course, the very best of Italian cuisine. 

There is so much to see in Rome.

From the great works of Roman Engineering – the Colosseum to the political and religious center of ancient Rome, to the Roman Forum and the Arch of Septimus Severus, Temple of Saturn, Arch of Titus and the House of Vestals, not to forget the magnificent square, St Peter’s Square (Piazza San Pietro) and the Vatican Museum, the impressive Pantheon, and the world’s most famous fountain, the Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), Rome is the cradle of Western civilisation.