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From: #flymeto   |   Feb 26, 2018

If you’re looking for inspiration for a long weekend and don’t want to spend half a day on an airplane, read a few lines about one of Europe’s oldest cities and the EU’s fourth most populous city. Rome, the capital of Italy, is extremely rich in artistic and historical monuments, delicious food and shopping districts. Its size makes it an ideal place to draw inspiration and experience a number of adventures.


The extensive historic center of Rome is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. No one can question the historical significance of this city. It was founded more than 2,700 years ago and many buildings and buildings have been preserved to this day. A walk around the city will give you the feeling of being back in time. Although most of you will know the main sights such as the Pantheon, the Colosseum and the Basilica of Sts. Peter’s pictures and postcards, seeing these places with your own eyes exceeds all your expectations.


In Rome, almost all architectural styles combine from ancient, medieval, renaissance and baroque to modern modern buildings. Surprisingly, all of this was combined in incredible harmony. You will definitely not experience this combination anywhere else.


Rome has always been a city of water. This is reflected in the ubiquitous beautiful fountains, which can be found in Rome over 1,000. Fountains in Rome are magnificent sculptures. The most famous and most visited is the Trevi Fountain, which is considered a symbol of the city. Last year alone, tourists threw more than 36 million crowns into it. Other important fountains worth seeing include Fontana dei Quattro fiumi, Piazza di Spagna, Fontana dell ‘Acqua Paola and Fontana Barcaccia


Italian cuisine is loved by the world, but few people realize that each region of Italy has its own unique dishes. Rome excels in the perfect preparation of “no red sauce” pasta (especially amatriciana, carbonara, gricia and cacio e pepe) and is renowned for its extra-thin pizza. Local cuisine has a Jewish influence, so you will find dishes rich in artichokes, zucchini and anchovies. Whether you choose a luxury restaurant or a street stall, count on quality and fresh ingredients to please your taste buds.

Shopping and fashion

Italy is known for its influence on world fashion and the streets of Rome are lined with shops of all major Italian fashion brands, such as Zara, Armani, Benetton. Here you can find special collections that never reach us and experience the service of Italian dealers. There are many shopping areas in Rome, and each of them has a completely different atmosphere. If fashion tells you nothing, visit the local grocery or flea markets to discover the real life of the locals.


Located near the Prati district, the Vatican is the smallest state in the world and is the center of the Roman Catholic Church. It is one of the most sacred places of Christianity, and at the same time it has been the seat of the Papacy since the 14th century and has thus attracted tourists and pilgrims from around the world. It contains important religious and cultural monuments, including the Basilica of Sts. Peter and Vatican Museums.

Listing individual monuments in Rome makes little sense, step by step you will be enchanted by the magical atmosphere and look at the remains of buildings. You can count on pleasant weather and take a visit to Rome to warm your body after a long winter. In addition, Rome is great in that [flights] [1] is headed straight to its airport, and you have everything close to it, including the sea.

And don’t forget that all roads lead to Rome.

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