Trust us to organize your tour in Rome, the Capital of Italy is one of the most beautiful cities in the world even in italian winter, thanks to its always mild climate and has been shaped in its present appearance by a long history.
After a rich, tasty and nutritious breakfast directly consumed in the room, the discovery of Rome begins.
The first stop is Piazza di Spagna, which with its flowery staircase of Trinità dei Monti and the Fontana della Barcaccia is one of the iconic places of the city as well as the set of the film "Roman Holiday".
Moving slightly we come across the set of the main scene of the "Dolce Vita",film directed by Federico Fellini, with Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg, the Trevi Fountain, where the ritual of throwing a coin is a practice that no tourist can escape.
After a quick lunch in one of the Roman restaurants in the center where you can taste the typical dishes of Roman cuisine including: Spaghetti alla carbonara, Abbacchio alla scottadito, Carciofi alla giudìa, Pasta cacio e pepe, Coda alla vaccinara, Pasta all'Amatriciana and Roman-style tripe.
Discovering the cuisine of the Roman tradition is the time to discover the most ancient Rome, the imperial one with a visit to the Imperial Forums and the Colosseum.
The Imperial Forums, built between 46 BC and 113 AD, are a series of monumental squares built with the express purpose of celebrating the greatness of ancient Rome and its emperors, the archaeological complex is among the most important in the world.
Adjacent to the Forums you will also find the Colosseum, symbol of Rome, declared World Heritage by UNESCO and open to the public, and the Arch of Constantine.
Now is the time to spend some time visiting the Pantheon, in ancient times it was the temple of all the Gods, today a Christian church, and in Piazza Navona, one of the most famous squares of the Eternal City where you can admire the Fountain of the Four Rivers of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
We conclude this quick Tour of Rome with a visit to the cradle of Christianity, Vatican City, the Papal State is one of the smallest in the world, but also one of the richest in history and art, in fact here you can admire the Basilica of St. Peter, one of the largest churches in the world, where under his altar is the tomb of Peter, one of the 12 apostles of Jesus, considered the first Pope of the Church, but also the Vatican Museums, a collection of secular works of art that leads up to the famous Sistine Chapel, decorated by Michelangelo.
This is a quick tour of the city of Rome, but all the staff of Casa Montani is at your complete disposal to help you better organize your visit, showing you the unmissable places to visit and the best restaurants to eat.