This hotel draws business travelers and families to its doors, 2 blocks from Rome's Vatican City, Saint Peter's Basilica and Square; Vatican Museum is a half-mile ...
Rome, Italy, is a city full of ancient sights with a modern vibe. Visitors can enjoy artistic masterpieces at the Borghese Museum followed by a walk in the surrounding park. Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum, Piazza Navona, the Forum and the Spanish Steps are all famous attractions in this unparalleled city. The independent country of Vatican City is contained within Rome and houses St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel.
The two main train stations in Rome are Termini and Tiburtina. There are also two airports, Fiumicino (FCO), known as Leonardo da Vinci, and Ciampino (CIA). The city is accessible by subway or city bus, either of which will take visitors to major attractions. Popular neighborhoods for travelers to stay in include Ancient Rome, the Pantheon, Trastevere and nearby Vatican City.
Rome traces its origins back to the eighth century B.C. Once a small town on the Tiber River, it grew into an empire that at one time encompassed most of continental Europe. Average summer temperatures hover in the mid-70s, and local delicacies include pasta, fresh artichokes, pecorino cheese and pizza. Rome has an active nightlife scene, featuring cafes, wine bars, nightclubs and performing arts festivals. Visitors to the city enjoy the annual Roma Europa Festival, featuring live music, theater and dance. The yearly July Fashion Show, which displays the latest designer fashions, is held on the steps of Trinita dei Monte.
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