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Rome is a prime destination for mini break travelers

Discover the enchanting atmosphere of Rome’s grand piazzas and historic fountains, as you enjoy the sunset in Rome.

Roaming the streets of Rome

“A fool is one who admires other cities without visiting Rome.”

Rome is a prime destination for travelers interested in ancient history because of its vast cultural footprint. People come from across the globe to view the heavy hitters—the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Vatican, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and Pantheon—but also to see some of the world’s most recognizable art and to taste Italy’s famed cuisine.


Guided tours help visitors do it all, while cutting down on time spent traveling between attractions and waiting in line. 


Although the Italian capital boasts enough history, masterpieces, and food to fill any itinerary, its central position near Italy’s west coast makes it an ideal base for exploring other areas of Italy. 


Tuscany, the Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Florence, and Tivoli are all popular day-trip destinations from the city.