Rome, the most beautiful and populous metropolitan city in Italy, is a mix of historic ruins, exceptional works of art & architecture, delicious food, and vibrant city life. Ancient Romans called it the “Eternal City” because they believed Rome would always remain standing, no matter what happened to the rest of the world. The outstanding monuments and colossal remains will take you back to the time of Roman glory.
Being the third most visited city in Europe, Rome is rich in history, art, and culture. Rome offers several ruins and excavations of the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. These ancient places show you how gladiators fought in this gigantic Roman Amphitheatre. The famous church, known as The Pantheon, has an open, round roof and is one of the best-kept architectures from ancient times. To go back in time, you can explore the Appian Way, Europe’s first super highway and possibly the oldest road of the ancient republic.
In this travel guide, we will show you why Rome is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and what you can do to make your trip to this stunning city memorable.
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When traveling to Rome, you must be prepared for the crowds and always be aware of your surroundings. Although Rome is relatively safe, you should avoid a few darkened areas at night, like Termini and Piazza Vittorio. Keep your belongings in a secure handbag, and try to stay with your traveling partner. If you travel solo, use safe routes and don’t accept drinks from strangers.