Flights to the airport Fiumicino / Leonardo da Vinci in Rome with direct flights from Alitalia and Aegean.
Hallmark of the city is the endless queues of white taxis, therefore you will never struggle to find one. Alternatively you can use the metro which is quite easy and simple.
There are truly endless monuments that a tourist can visit. Do visit the Roman Forum in Ancient Rome, the Capitol, Campo de Fiori, and certainly visit the smallest independent state, which is the Vatican city.
Every monument treasures countless years of history and culture. Start with the Catacombs of Priscilla that contain a number of interesting wall paintings from the 2nd century. Continue to the Palazzo del Koutrinale and San Andreas (also known as "Pearl of the Baroque).
Schedule your program in order to visit Trevi Fountain the most famous marble fountain, whose construction began in 1732 and completed in 1926. Admire the display with the chariot of Poseidon towed by two tritons.
Start shopping from Piazza di Spania, there you will find Via Condotti which is the most expensive street in Rome. All the boutiques of major Italian designers and non-maisons are here with their impressive window displays. Prada, Gucci, Luis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo and hundreds of others are located on the same street next to each other and are waiting for you ...
ABOUT THE CITY
The Eternal City is the capital of Italy and is an ideal destination as it can combine sightseeing and never-ending shopping. The most experienced highly recommend it for summer destination as you can visit five museums by purchasing one ticket and also you can take advantage of the immense sales offered at stores. Prepare to walk, visit the Vatican, the Sistine Chapel, and the countless squares and be sure that the result will be rewarding.