Rome, Italy

Posted on October 4th, 2012

They don’t call Rome the “Eternal City” for nothing. This ancient city built on the banks of the Tiber has timeless appeal and a perpetual lust for life. With so many cafes and lively piazzas, and a passion for food unlike any other, Rome practically invented “La Dolce Vita”. How can you not enjoy the sweet life when you’re surrounded by so much artistic beauty? Rome’s many wonders span the centuries, from ancient Imperial ruins, to the Renaissance master works, to the fashionable designs found in all the boutiques.

The Roman Forum is where you’ll find the archaeological treasures of the ancient empire. Within the walls of the Colosseum, you can easily envision a world of gladiators and chariots. Piazza Navona is full of Renaissance charm and is said to be the most beautiful in Rome. A visit to Vatican City, the seat of the Roman Catholic Church, will leave you in awe as you marvel at the glorious Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica. And after you’ve had your gelato and cappuccino, go ahead and toss a coin inn the Trevi Fountain to ensure your return.

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