Located on the seven hills, the city is considered the cradle of European culture. As the capital city of the Roman Empire it played the political and cultural centre of the ancient times. Nowadays it overwhelms with the number of historical buildings, both from the ancient times like Forum Romanum or Colosseum and renaissance times as Michelangelo’s design Piazza del Campidoglio with the most recognizable Rome symbol — the famous she-wolf statue. You may want to toss a coin into the Baroque Fountain di Trevi — then you will most definitely return to the city, as it is impossible to see it within a single visit. Within the eternal city borders the church offices of Vatican are located. Regardless faith and believes it is worth to visit Basilica of St. Peter with its famous Sistine Chapel covered with Michelangelo frescoes and the Vatican residence presenting the rich art collections.
- Roman Colosseum
- Fountain di Trevi
- Spanish Stairs
- Forum Romanum
- Basilica of St. Peter in Vatican