Travel to Rome
Seat of the Italian government and the Holiness the Pope, Rome has all the elements that make a city a great capital. It is also a glorious patchwork of architecture, a living masterpiece, a city sometimes calm, sometimes chaotic, full of charm and life.
The remains of the glorious empire abound throughout the city. The monumental Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Pantheon, Roman temple was converted into a church later.
The wealth of renaissance art are concentrated in the centro Storico (historic center), or the immense Piazza Navona is within walking distance of the Trevi Fountain and stairs of the Spanish.
On the other side of the river is the Vatican, the Holy See, which is home to the Pope and other representatives of the Roman Catholic Church. You can visit the Sistine Chapel. The insolent cultural richness of Rome requires the visitor to make choices at the risk of being disappointed with many bonus blisters. For example, nothing requires that the Vatican 2 whole days.
It is better to establish a casual schedule, with a handful of monuments, sites and museums by day. Use the remaining time to stroll through the park or enjoy a delicious ice cream.
Regarding the transport, Rome is well equipped. Bus, tram and metro are available. In addition, upon arrival at the Ciampino airport, you can rent a car to do.