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Culture & Historic Sights

Rome, a city of culture, romance and historic significance.

A short break here allows you to explore the narrow, cobbled streets and famous landmarks such as the Colosseum, Trevi fountain or the Pantheon. Not forgetting the world famous piazzas – renowned for their shops and transport links to the rest of Rome, and the Vatican City – the smallest sovereign state on earth, yet one of the richest in cultural heritage. The Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica are steeped in history and are a must see for anyone!

Spend some of your time taking a Vespa or Segway Tour around the city, or for those of you who’d prefer to keep your feet on terrafirma, the guided walk should be a must!

You will be truly bedazzled at the sheer sight of some of the greatest architecture and art in the world, on display here.

Dining & Drinking

Your evenings can be spent enjoying a drink in a truly romantic wine bar or sampling the fine cuisine on offer, from the traditional Italian pasta and pizza dishes to the famous Gelato (a favourite with the kids!) at any of the street side café’s, coffee shops or bistro’s.

Family Breaks

Rome is suitable not just for single travellers or couples, but for families as well!

Much of the sights previously mentioned can be great fun for the kids as well as the adults. Not forgetting the family friendly activities such as Hydromania Aqua Park – located just outside of Rome, easily accessible by Metro Line A from the main Termini or the dedicated Hydromania bus, departing from ‘Piazza Della Republica’.

The Bioparco zoo is located in central Rome and makes for a great morning or afternoon out.


From the high end, glamorous boutiques of Piazza di Spanga to the flea market at Porta Portes, you are guaranteed to find shops that suit your needs and budgets!

Not forgetting the Piazzas which are traditionally lined with small shops and independent businesses where you are guaranteed to find something special, unique or at a bargain price!

Fancy something a little different? If you decide to stay during the Christmas season then you’re in for a treat! The Mercatino di Natale is a traditional Italian Christmas Market. Located in the Piazza Navona in Rome, this market features elaborate nativity scenes, mouth watering displays of local food and drink and not to forget the typical stalls full of seasonal items for sale!

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