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Few European cities have as much to offer as Rome. Italy’s capital is home to the world’s most awe-inspiring buildings, and its numerous galleries and basilicas showcase the genius of Renaissance painters like Raphael and Caravaggio, and the masterworks of 15th-century artist and architect, Michelangelo. No matter how long you spend in Rome, your biggest challenge is seeing everything, so finding conveniently located Rome accommodation is a must. The Venetia Palace Hotel is the perfect choice because it’s close to the main train station, the Colosseum and Rome’s famous opera house.
Get your bearings
Every Roman holiday begins at the city’s historic heart, the Centro Storico, which contains many of Rome’s most notable treasures. Be amazed by the 2,000-year-old Pantheon’s vast soaring dome, and watch the locals stroll by at Campo de’Fiori square, a short walk away. The ancient Colosseum and the ruins of the Roman Forum should not be missed, and close by are the panoramic views from Palatine Hill where Romulus founded the city in 753 BC. At dusk, make a wish at the flamboyant Trevi Fountain, which now gleams more brightly than ever.
Hop across the Tiber to Vatican City where you’ll find the Vatican Museum, with an incredible 7km of art displays, the sublime ceiling frescoes of the Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica, the largest and finest in Italy. Take time to explore the secret splendours of the Vatican Gardens, and pop into the towering fortress of Castel Sant’Angelo for breath-taking views of Rome. Head east, past the Spanish Steps, and you’ll arrive at Villa Borghese, Rome’s most popular park, and home to two more impressive art collections: the lavishly decorated Borghese Gallery and Museum, and many modern works at La Galleria Nazionale (GNAM).
While you’re there
Explore the district of Trastevere, where you’ll discover bohemian shopping markets, romantic cobbled streets and colourful nightlife, and end your Rome vacation with mouthwatering ‘cucina romana’ in the trattorias of Testaccio. Be sure to order traditional Roman pasta favourites, such as amatriciana, cacio e pepe and carbonara, and finish with a creamy Italian gelato.