Rome: where time seems to have stood still
You'll truly travel back in time when visiting Rome. Even now, you can still see exactly how people lived in the Roman age. Take the historic buildings such as the Coliseum and the Forum Romanum for example, but also the many churches dotted around the city. Do some background reading or charter a good guide to tell you stories of ancient Rome.
4 reasons for choosing Rome
Rome is home to more than 900 churches
It's the world's largest open-air museum
The impressive ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
Also in Rome is the smallest independent state of all, Vatican City.
Off to Rome!
Tips and fun facts about Rome
Useful and fun to know before departure
Did you know that Rome was built on 7 hills and was founded by the brothers Romulus and Remus? Comfortable walking shoes are certainly a good idea here.
Follow in the footsteps of Caesar Augustus and take a tour to monuments such as the Circus Maximus.
Or why not visit the Villa Borghese? Afterwards, you can relax in the beautiful green park or opt for a picnic on the grass.
The easiest way to get around Rome is on public transport. Get yourself a Metrebus card, which allows you to use trams, buses and the metro!
When can I fly?
Flight schedule to Rome