| Rome, the capital of the Italian Republic was founded, according to Latin historians, in the year 753 ac. Rome is the head of State, the Parliament, the Government, the maximum judicial bodies, international bodies and many artistic and cultural institutions.
There are two main underground lines in Rome, and A and B, which come together in the Termini Station, which is also the arrival point for all buses, local trains, national and international trains. The one most used by tourists is line A, which stops at Plaza Spagna, Plaza del Popolo, Vatican Museum and San Giovani in Laterano, amongst others. Line B is better for going to the Coliseum or the Forums.
The whole city of Rome is a monument to history, but in it there are several buildings not all classified from the classical period. The baroque and renaissance also left their mark.
Rome only has two large quality museums: the Capitolio museum with its enormous collections in 5 halls and the Vatican museums, the largest, most visited display in the world. After visiting the museums and the most emblematic buildings, Rome surprises us with the Apia Antica Park, the largest and part of the wealth of the city.
In the summer it is an experience to attend concerts or plays in the Terme di Caracalla or the Circo Massimo.
What you must not miss:
• The Coliseum
• The Forums
• The Piazzas
• The Roman Baroque churches, the eternal competition between Bernini and Borromini
• The Fontana de Trevi