Rome – Can history look any better?

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Name: Rome-Fiumicino International Airport

Code: FCO

Terminals: 3

Types: Ride-Hailing, Train, Taxi, Bus

Ride-Hailing Uber, Blacklane

icon At Rome Fiumicino Airport, there are plenty of bus lines to the city center and the suburbs.

icon Leonardo Express is the direct train that connects Rome Airport with the city center.

icon White taxis are available outside the airport terminals. A taxi trip to the city center takes around 45 minutes.

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Types: Ride-Hailing, Taxi, Bus, Tram, Train

Ride-Hailing Blacklane, Uber, Free Now

icon Rome has plenty of buses to take you around the city and its suburbs. The buses operate from 5am until midnight. There are a few night buses that work beyond that time.

icon The Rome Metro has only three lines. Nonetheless, it reaches the city's most important landmarks.

icon There are plenty of taxicabs in Rome, and rates are fairly reasonable. You can reach the taxis by phone

icon Rome’s trams are a convenient way to reach most parts of the city. The tram network comprises of six small lines.

Language:   Italian

Rome is one of the first cities that comes to mind when thinking of a European vacation. The Eternal City is filled with history, architecture, and must-see attractions that can be found nowhere else on Earth. Many of Rome’s attractions are mandatory such as the Colosseum, the Vatican, and the Pantheon. There are also travel destinations off the beaten path. The Appian Way, Catacombs, and local spas are just as intriguing and shouldn’t be missed if time permits.

Petrolheads will find plenty of great reasons to visit the Italian capital. The Autodromo Vallelunga Piero Taruffi offers a one of a kind driving experience. The Museo delle Auto della Polizia di Stato is another can’t miss venue for car enthusiasts.

All roads lead to Rome and travelers should jump at the chance to see the Eternal City at least once during their lifetime.

Top Tourist Attractions

The Colosseum

The Colosseum is Rome. No venue, attraction, or landmark defines the city like the Colosseum. No image or photograph does the Colosseum justice. It is massive and is everything tourists expect it to be. Lines to get inside can be long, but tourists can buy a Rome Pass which allows them to bypass queues to get inside many of the sites. While the outside of the Colosseum is impressive, nothing tops the inside of the arena. Visitors will see where thousands of Romans used to view bloody sporting events. The Colosseum influenced all modern sports stadiums. So, travelers shouldn’t miss the chance to experience the original.

Museo delle Auto della Polizia di Stato

The Museo delle Auto della Polizia di Stato, State Police Car Museum, is a small gallery that showcases police cars and motorcycles from Italy’s past. Car nuts and history buffs alike will revel in the automobiles on display. The museum is well off Rome’s beaten path. Tourists looking for something entirely different and something with cool cars will love a browse of the State Police Car Museum.

The Pantheon

The Pantheon is the best-preserved historic building in Rome. It is more than 2000-years old, and along with the Colosseum, tells the story of Rome’s history better than any other landmark. The Pantheon’s interior is more spectacular than the exterior. Visitors are put into a trance-like state when entering the Pantheon. Its beauty and serene feel are overwhelming. The ornate images and statues are unmistakable. A visit to the Pantheon can last as long as travelers wish as they can get lost in the art.

Vatican City

No matter what a tourist’s religious affiliation is, Vatican City is one of the most memorable stops on a Roman holiday. Less than one-third of a square mile, Vatican City is the world’s smallest sovereign state. Despite its size, it provides a wealth of things to see and do. Visitors will be able to peruse the fantastic little shops that sell Pope inspired merchandise as they explore the area. St. Peter’s Basilica, and St. Peter’s Square are both found in Vatican City and are well worth seeing. The lines can be long, so travelers should get there early. Art lovers will find Michelangelo’s famous Pieta inside St. Peter’s Basilica, but the real highlight is Michaelangelo’s frescoed masterpiece on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Tourists will find an assortment of other great museums inside the tiny state.


Autodromo Vallelunga Piero Taruffi

Located twenty six miles outside of Rome is the Autodromo Vallelunga Piero Taruffi. Petrolheads will find the Puresport Driving Experience at the racetrack, and all their Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Formula One driving dreams will come true. Visitors can speed around one of Italy’s premier racing venues which has been recently renovated. Drivers will test their mettle on the 2.5-mile track with 15 turns taken at high speeds. Qualified race instructors teach new skills, and help improve on existing driving abilities. No matter which supercar drivers choose, the Puresport Driving Experience will satisfy their need for speed.

Appian Way

The Appian Way is another off the beaten path tourist attraction. It was one of the most important roads built by the Romans, and it connected the city with southeast Italy. Today, it offers a picturesque walk that gets travelers away from the hustle and bustle of Rome. Walkers will find an assortment of attractions along the way including the Catacombs of San Callisto and Catacombs of San Sebastiano. There are also various basilicas and tombs to explore. Sporty travelers can rent bicycles and traverse the Appian Way via two wheels.

Rome is one of the few cities in the world that everyone should see. It combines history with modern living seamlessly. While other great cities like New York, London, and Tokyo fail to blend old and new, Rome somehow pulls it off with great effect. If travelers can go on just one vacation abroad, by all means, it should be to Rome.