Rome has long been known as the ‘Eternal City’ as it was thought that no matter how many empires rose and fell, Rome would always remain standing. And remain standing it has - remarkably well. With ancient Roman sites at every turn, the city is a living breathing history lesson in the most exciting sense.
Capital of Italy, epicentre of the ancient world, architectural grandeur on an epic scale. Rome is like no other city on earth.
- Modern Rome sees nearly 10 million tourists per year, with the two main attractions being the Colosseum and the Vatican
- Rome has over 3 million inhabitants and is sister city to over 30 other places in the world, including New York, Sydney, Mumbai, London, and Seoul