What to See in Rome on a Week-End Journey? 5 Places of Interest
Rome is an open space museum, unique in its art and history visible from each part of the city and embracing different ages of human history.
Any corner, square, street, alleys of Rome will take you to the past; from the Roman Empire you will pass through the Middle Ages to the Barocco and the Popes era.
Discovering Rome is like exploring an endless world: you will never be tired of its majesty which appears from its palaces, houses and magnificent fountains.
Rome is an eternal picture impressed in the memory of its tourists; you will keep its views as the best souvenir.
The eternal city offers so much to visit. For whoever loves art, history and an energetic life.
Rome in 5 Places
Amalfi Luxury Tour suggests 5 breathless places:
- “The Colosseum”, the main monument in Rome; an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city. It was the largest amphitheatre ever built under the emperors Vespasian and Titus. The interiors takes you to the fights between the gladiators and wild beasts or naval battles.
- “Fori Imperiali”: 5 squares with monuments built in a century and half in the heart of Rome by different emperors. Churches, palaces, columns and excavations are still in the area and make of the Fori Imperiali a beautiful path to explore.
- ”Fountains”: if you come to Rome, you have to drink the water from its fountains. Through the water of Rome, history goes by. The fountains in Rome are proper monuments of beautiful architecture. Some of them are tall, huge and fascinating.
- “Fontana di Trevi” is one of the symbol of the city, high and wide is the largest Baroque fountain in Rome (and the most famous fountain in the world). With its huge statues it is located behind a palace. From the latin word trivium “Trevi” means so three streets as it is at the junction of three streets, indicating the Aqua Virgo, one of Rome’s earliest aqueducts.
- “Palazzo Doria Pamphilj Gallery”, is a large collection housed. Collection highlights are paintings of Titian, Caravaggio, Velazquez and Ribera. The Gallery also has a lovely courtyard where it is possible to enjoy a moment of relax.
- “Villa Borghese” is a landscape garden, containing a number of buildings, museums and attractions. Here it is possible to admire the famous statue of Antonio Canova, “Pauline Bonaparte” as Venus Victrix.
Rome: an Enchanted City
Rome is magic, by day and by night. The city is like a swing through the centuries where the history is still visible in its architecture.
The city has always been a mix of people and cultures as the Roman Empire has conquered the majority of the world.
The roman language, the latin, is still vivid in today's languages like italian, spanish, french or romanian.
Many movies have pictured life in Rome as “Dolce Vita”, a kind of life that everyone wants to live.
Discover the beauty of Rome through its elegant monuments.
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