Rome is one of those historical marvels in the world with great monuments, sumptuous food, and fantastic heritage. This is why, perhaps Rome is the most visited tourist destination, which attracts millions of travelers around the year.
Various Roman emperors and Caesars have ruled this ancient city, and the place breathes with old-time flavors and lively atmosphere.
Apart from the historical tourism, there are many other exciting things which can be done during the stay in Rome.
The Best Hotels In Rome For Business Travelers, 2019
- Grand Hotel Via Veneto.
Via Vittorio Veneto 155, 00187 Rome, Italy
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- Palazzo Naiadi, The Dedica Anthology.
Piazza della Repubblica 47, 00185 Rome, Italy
Tel: +39 06 489381
- Palazzo Manfredi – Relais & Chateaux.
Via Labicana, 125 – 00184 Rome, Italy
Tel: +39 06 77591380
- Hotel Majestic Roma.
Via Vittorio Veneto, 50 – 00187 Rome (Italy)
Tel: +39 06 421441
- Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Resort.
Via Alberto Cadlolo 101, Rome, 00136, Italy
- Singer Palace Hotel.
Via Alessandro Specchi 10, 00186 Rome, Italy
Tel: +39 06 697 6161
Here are some of the activities which bring out the best of Rome:
Visit the Colosseum: The first activity to do in Rome is obviously visit the oldest marvel in the city. Witness the huge construction which still stands tall even after hundreds of years. The gladiator arena is another treat to watch here. It was inaugurated in 80 A.D with numerous games and animal fights happening here. Annually four million people visit this place and of course, it is a must-visit destination in Rome!
Experience Baroque Time in Piazza Navona: This oval-shaped Piazza Navona has ample number of restaurants, galleries, souvenir shops and Museo De Roma inside the Renaissance Palazzo Braschi. Make time to have a leisure lunch or dinner at Ristorante Santa Lucia which serves the best salads, pasta and Roman specialties
Climb the Spanish Steps: The Piazza Di Spagna is home to the fanciest boutiques and has the best shopping destinations in the world. Admire the piazza by climbing the famous steps leading to Trinita dei Monti church and watch the Bernini’s ship-shaped fountain.
Trance in Trastevere: Literally meaning across the river, Trastevere offers a contrasting vibe of Rome. The atmosphere here is hippie, bohemian and an ample number of boutiques which sell jewelry, perfumes, and handicrafts as well. A lot of people hang out here at the local bars which line up the bustling streets. Make a visit to Freni e Frizioni, which serves fantastic cocktails and sumptuous Italian fusion food.
Throw a Coin at Trevi Fountain: Any trip to Rome would be incomplete without the visit to Trevi Fountain. Nicola Salvi’s awe-inspiring Baroque masterpiece has a marble statue of Neptune at the center surrounded by tritons. The legend says that whoever throws a coin in this fountain will return to this place once again.
Enjoy Centro Storico: This street is adorned with Baroque art, boutiques which sell carved wooden furniture, precious jewelry and private courtyard where wealthiest Romans live. The street starts at Piazza De Popolo , the three main roads forming a trident leading towards Piazza Venezia and the Colosseum.
Shop at Galleria Alberto Sordi: Rome is known for afternoon breaks and during the travel, take an afternoon coffee break at the Illy kiosk at Galleria Alberto Sordi. This galleria was formed in 1922 with mosaic floors and stained glass skylights. It is one of the most gorgeous places to shop in Europe. Visit stores such as La Rinascente, Zara, Massimo Dutti and Italian Megastore La Feltrinelli.
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