Rome Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


 

As legend has it, Rome, Italy, was founded by the twin brothers, Romulus and Remus, in 700 BC. The ancient Caput Mundi, or Capital of the World, is located beneath the Palatine Hill, where the ruins of its original incarnation are open for exploration.

No tour of Rome is complete without stopping for the remains of the Temple of Saturn and the Arch of Septimus, both located in the Roman Forum. Get in touch with your inner gladiator and pass by the Colosseum, a relic of Roman bloodsports and perhaps the most recognizable element of the city.

Throw a coin at the Trevi Fountain to make sure you will return to Rome one day; Do not throw in two coins unless you are ready to fall in love with a Roman. Continue your visit to Rome in St. Peter’s Square, home of the Basilica of St. Peter. The largest church in the world, designed by Michelangelo, is a remarkable structure and a tribute to the faith. You can look down from the famous dome to the Plaza Santa, which is usually full of worshipers seeking a blessing from the Pope. After this, it’s just steps to restaurants full of Italian food. Forget about going back to Rome – you never want to leave.

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  1. thanks for this great video.. i really want to go to this place, its been my childhood dream to visit Rome, i know i can make it someday^^ Godspeed 😊

  2. Wish there were no borders and restrictions so you could visit anyplace without so much trouble and not just keep dreaming

  3. I would really like to go to Italy. In fact, I have Italian citizenship since my grandfather was Italian too.
    I hope to go someday ❤️

  4. ROME THE MOST BEAUTIFUL   CITY IN THE WORLD THE MOTHER OF … LONDON, PARIS, VENICE AND FLORENCE JUST FOR SAY SOME OF HER NEAR  FAMILY .. IN CULTURE …  OTHERS LIKE ISTAMBUL , BARCELLONA , AND  50 OTHER GREAT CITIES ARE IN THEIR VEINS …EVEN ATHENS IS A SISTER OF ROME , NOT A MOTHER .. REMEMBER THAT ONLY 200 KMS FROM ROME IN V ac  SOUTHERN ITALY WAS AS GREEK AS ATHENS .. PARMENIDE, PITAGORA , ARCHIMIDE , EMPEDOCLE EVEN PLATO WHERE BORN OR LIVED NOT TOO FAR AWAY FROM ROME WHEN ROME WAS A REPUBLIC .. THE GREEK INFLUENCE CAME FROM ITALIAN PENINSULA .. MAY THE BEST CIVILIZATION THE  (GREEK ROMAN ) IN HUMAN HISTORY

  5. In the 7th and 8th century when the companions of Prophet Muhammed defeated the rome and to some extent conquered it.Real Islamic history for more details written by Western and European author.

  6. Hi,thanks for your constant videos,i subscribed on your lovely Channel and i use Expedia for hotel / flight booking
    I intend to visit Rome,can you inform me in which Link / Official website to purchase a ticket to both Roman Forum & Colosseum ? ; as i heard you can use 1 ticket for both of them . And booking tickets online also for :
    St Peter's Basilica ?

  7. We just came back from Italy and Rome, Venice and Positano were definitely our top choices for places to visit in this country!

  8. I'm torn between Rome & Venice as the best city in the world.. but St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City is hands down the mother of all churches! It was jaw-droppingly amazing inside! But overall, Italy is the best country in the world.. God has blessed them so much.. from the natural landscape, art & architecture, history, it's passionate people & FOOD!!!

  9. Which one would I choose Rome or Budapest? I will go there with Christmas. I'm from Holland.

  10. In Rome, many of the parents ignore traffic laws with their children and many of these parents are civil servants. Youth in Italy deserve law-abiding, ethical and conscientious civil servants. Let's double traffic fines in capital cities and watch long overdue, law-abiding streets and adults appear, in Rome!!

  11. A Roma, molti dei genitori ignora le legge del traffico e molti di questi genitori sono dipendenti pubblici. Gioventu in Italia meritano rispettosi della legge, etiche e coscienziosi funzion ari loro future in realta dipende da esso. Raddoppiamo multe per il traffic in citta capitali e attesa da tempo di orologio, adulti erispettosi della legge strade compaiono a Roma!!

  12. When I get married, I'm planning on going on a European tour for my honeymoon. (Pshhh, I dont mind how much it cost)
    But it might change if I go on a European tour before get married.

  13. does anyone know what the area is called that they show at 4:37, with the river? couldn't catch the name with his nice accent. would like to go there on my upcoming trip!

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