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Traveling to Rome is a unique experience. The flight time from Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) to the Eternal City is about 13 hours, so you may arrive at your destination on the same day you departed. Considered one of the world's most beautiful ancient cities, Rome welcomes visitors with its cosmopolitan atmosphere and rich historical heritage. You can easily reach ORD by public transport or taxi.
Rome offers breathtaking sights, such as the Vatican Museum, the Roman Forum, the Qurinial Palace and the Pantheon. Travelers can rent a car and visit the Galleria Doria Pamphilj, which features one of Rome's biggest private artistic collections. If you want to relax, head over to the Antico Caffè Greco, a historic cafe located in a building dating back to 1760. Another popular attraction is the Piazza Navona, which boasts numerous open-air bars, restaurants and ancient buildings. Visitors can easily explore the city by bus or by train. Rome features a three-line metro system called the Metropolitana.
Your trip starts at the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO). Founded in 1961, the airport was constantly upgraded. It features a single baggage handling system, four terminals and four runways. With its hot summers and mild winters, Rome is the epitome of a Mediterranean climate. If you wish to explore the area and spend time outdoors, visit in the springtime, between March and May.