Rome is a city that attracts visitors from all over the world thanks to its impressive monuments and archaeological remains of antiquity.
It is known as the eternal city, for according to the legend the Romans believed that irrespective of what happened, Rome would never cease to exist.

What you can see in Rome


Trastevere is a neighborhood in the southern part of Rome. It has very old churches (almost relics), interesting small shops and also small restaurants with typical Italian culinary.
The most famous meeting point is the Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere. It has a large fountain in the center and the historic Basilica of Santa Maria is also in this square.
The surrounding area is a very pleasant place to be enjoyed on foot without time to go away.

Fontana di Trevi

Fontana di Trevi is another special place in Rome, especially during the summer, at the end of the day when the fountain is fully illuminated.
The visitor should take his coins to throw them in the water, because as the tradition says: whoever throws the coin will always come back to Rome.


Panthéon is a wonderful and well-preserved building from the Ancient Rome. It was built to be a temple of worship of the gods of the Ancient Rome; later, with the conversion of the empire to Christianity, the edifice became a Roman Catholic church.


One of the most famous and historic buildings in the city of Rome and overall it is one of the most visited places in the world, with six million people walking through its ruins each year.
A key symbol of the Roman Empire, with almost 2,000 years old and its 57 meters high, what makes your eyes glow.