That little extra
Nowhere else 28 centuries of history are so deeply present in a city: temples and amphitheatres, some surprisingly intact, make this city a unique open air museum.
Here, no changes due to industrialization and modernity, but a city that retains its charm, either on Flower Market, or Spanish Steps or the Vatican.
We could almost guarantee that, even before you throw a coin in Trevi Fountain, you will want to come back soon to Rome.
Rome has recently outpaced its rival city, Milan in the competition for economic growth. Tourism is one of the key industries of Rome, with its many museums and the Vatican.
Thanks to the presence of Cinecittà, Rome is also the centre of the Italian film industry.
Many corporate headquarters, government ministries, conference centres are now established in business districts and the "Tiburtina Valley" an industrial zone along the ancient Via Tiburtina.
Capital city of the Roman Empire, Rome has preserved many ancient monuments, the Colosseum is one of the most famous. This monumental amphitheatre could seat up to 60,000 people to attend deadly combats of gladiators or wild animals.
Colosseum is the top ancient Rome tourist attraction and the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, or the Baths of Caracalla and the eleven aqueducts of Rome, are all wonders awaiting your visit.