|Nearby resorts||Lido di Ostia – 37 mins
Santa Marinella – 55 mins
Nettuno – 57 mins
|Major attractions||Centro Storico (sights, landmarks – Travellers Choice Award)
Colosseum (Historic sights, landmarks – certificate of excellence)Bacab Shop Bar (bars and clubs – Certificate of Exellence)Spanish StepsTrevi Fountain
|Climate (average temp)||Summer Season 26C, Winter Season 10C|
|Transport options to and from the airport (i.e. train/bus etc)||Bus transfers
Train – Must take either Cotral or Schiaffini buses from airport (every 30 mins costing 1 Euro)
Taxi – www.connecttotransfers.com approx. 30 Euro to centre.
|Tourist board website||www.tourinrome.com|
Rome wasn’t built in a day – so it’s no surprise that even a few days in the Eternal City isn’t enough to take in all of its ancient sites, creative cuisine and classic architecture.
A region with a great deal to offer: sea, nature, good food and villages rich in history and art. The sea, the hills, lakes, rivers and vineyards, the surroundings of Rome offer a kaleidoscope of diversity and attractions for nature lovers.
Located in Lazio in central Italy and facing the Tyrrhenian Sea, the province of Rome enjoys a Mediterranean climate on the coast and a continental one further inland.
When you visit Rome you have the chance of seeing remarkable sights, including: Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Colosseum, Roman Forum and endless piazzas. As well as climbing to the top of St Pater’s Basilica in the Vatican City and taking in the rooftop view of Rome.
Not forgetting the famous AC Roma football club, so your historical visit to Rome can cover some sporting aspects as well.
Expect a holiday in Rome to captivate all of your senses.