Best of Rome
Rome is a one of the most important tourist destination in Europe; the eternal city has more than one reason to admire. The capital of the greatest empire around world still conserves this magic, monumentality, grandiosity and perfection own of Empire Roman`s capital. Its streets, squares, houses, palaces, sculptures, coliseums, columns and other attractive more remember us that we are in the universe center. Of course, the traditions and costumes of the ancient Roman citizen still validates in the roman citizen of today.|
However, the eternal city has important examples of the Architectures Roman Styles, but, the sculptures in different parts of city show us the sensitivity of Roman artist, some examples are: the Vatican museums, the pantheon, the Church of Sant`Iganzio, the Basilica of Saint Clement, The Borghese galleries, La Piazza Navona and the Church of Immaculate Conception. Therefore Rome is unique in the world, because have history, culture, beauty and charm.
The Vatican Museums
The Vatican Museums are located where you will observe the Sistine Chapel, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. In addition, the Vatican Museums houses many priceless works of art...
This interesting temple, principally was built as a temple to all the gods of Ancient Rome, and reconstructed circa 125 AD during Hadrian's reign. The Pantheon means "Temple of all the gods".
Porta Portese Flea Market
On Sundays from 7am to 1pm of the day, each street vendor from Trastevere and the surrounding Castelli Romani prepares a shop at the sprawling Porta Portese open-air flea market.
The Church of Sant'Ignazio
The Society of Jesus, established by Ignatius Loyola in 1540, soon attracted an increasing following and a large membership in Rome and throughout Europe, and to honor the memory of their founder, who died in 1556 ...
Basilica of St. Clement
The Basilica di San Clemente (Basilica of Saint Clement) is a first Christian basilica in Rome hallowed to Pope St. Clement (d. 99 AD). The church enjoys of a wonderful interior, but it is peculiarly notable for its three historical layers.
The Galleria Borghese
Scipione Caffarelli Borghese was peculiarly a collector of antique sculpture, but was also driven enough to patronise modern artists and commissioned work from, amongst others, Caravaggio, Bernini, Domenichino and Rubens.
Giolitti is an ancient, famous cafe, pastry shop and ice cream parlor in Rome, Italy. It was established in 1890 by Giuseppe and Bernardina Giolitti and works at two locations...
The Piazza Navone is one of the most popular and arguably the most wonderful of Rome's many squares. The large and lively square features no less than three magnificent fountains.
The Church of Immaculate Conception
The Immaculate Conception is, according to Roman Catholic dogma, the conception of Mary, the mother of Jesus without any macula ("macula" in Latin) of original sin. The dogma thus says that, from the first time of her existence...