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Rome (Italian: Roma i[ˈroːma]; Latin: Roma [ˈroːma]) is the capital city of Italy and a special comune (named Comune di Roma Capitale). Rome also serves as the capital of the Lazio region. With 2,872,800 residents in 1,285 km2 (496.1 sq mi), it is also the country's most populated comune. It is the fourth-most populous city in the European Union by population within city limits. It is the centre of the Metropolitan City of Rome, which has a population of 4.3 million residents. Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula, within Lazio (Latium), along the shores of the Tiber. The Vatican City is an independent country inside the city boundaries of Rome, the only existing example of a country within a city: for this reason Rome has been often defined as capital of two states.
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Enjoyable experience touring the colosseum and ancient city with Stefano. Professional and friendly customer service from Eva.
The guide of Rome . What to see in Rome and environs . A guide to the most interesting places in the pagan, Christian and Modern city of Rome A new guide of Rome will seem at first superfluous on account of the many guide – books and web guide have been written on the Eternal City. These books may or web site may, however, be divided into two parts; some very large and excellent works which are masterpieces and most suitable for the few habitués who spend in Rome a long stay; the others which are the more numerous, may be called catalogues rather than guide-books, as they mention, without calling the attention to the most important ones, nearly all the churches and museums of Rome, some of which are of little or no interest and never visited by the hurried travellers, who form the greatest part of the visitors. They have all the same fault of confusing the visitors, who has but a short time to spare, rather than guiding him through the immense labyrinth of ruins, museums and churches in which Rome is so rich. To fill in this gap is the object of the present work, in which we have attempted, in the best possible way. To give a clear and concise description only of the essential, by choosing what is most interesting in the historical, ecclesiastical and artistic information and giving within a minimum of space, a maximum of useful material. ( to know what to see in Rome) In this choice, we have been guided by the long experience of thirty years of Stefano Donghi as tour guide. In the visits to galleries and churches we have tried to select one work, the most noteworthy, as the object of the attention of the tourist, omitting all really less important sites, from the enumeration of which the visitor will reap any advantage. Information have been carefully collected from the most distinguished Italian and foreign authors, but especially from Stefano Donghi instructions . We hope, with these notes, to have succeeded in enabling visitors to carry away with them a fairly clear acquaintance with this most remarkable city, which has played such an important role in the history of humanity, and we trust this little web/guidebook will be used by tourists not only as a guide but as a reminder to experience Rome in the best way. ROME “ This the centre “To which all gravitates. One finds no rest “Elsewhere than here. There may be other cities “ That please us for a while, but Rome alone “Completely satisfies, It becomes to all “A second native land by predilection, “And not by accident of birth alone” LONGFELLOW A poem in a word from which arise a world of recollections. The city of imposing aqueducts, marvellous churches, historical catacombs, beautiful villas innumerable fountains and immense ruins is not only a city but a museum of art and natural beauties. To speak of the interest of a visit to Rome in its historical, archaeological and religious importance seems to be superfluous. The ancient land of the Caesars and of the early Christians, has lost nothing of its fascination and Rome has always an interest that no other city in the world possesses, every inch of its ground, every one of its corners reminding the visitor of some renowned historical event. A visit to this most fascinating
Walking tour of yesterday was wonderful! We were really blown away with your knowledge and understanding of all that we visited . We had a City Sightseeing over the most important sites of Rome... it is an amazing city! Our tour guide, Roxanne, was great...she did a very good job! We felt very special that even though we were the only two guests, because our tour was a private tour...all our requests were satisfied . We have talked about it all day, and it will be one of our highlights of Italy.TourinRome staff is so great...a special thanks to Giusy, who arranged our stay in Rome. All the best, we will certainly pass Tourinrome name to our friends and family who may travel to Rome. Ciao
“Highlight of our trip” We recently used TourInRome for two half day tours of the Vatican and the Forum in Rome. TourInROme was recommended by our hotel and confirmed through another source. Our guide for the two days was the highlight of our two weeks in Italy. She was so knowledgable and brought so much insight and histroty to the period that the time flew by. We learned about the people and politics of the time as well as took in all the sights. Because she was Italian but had spent many years in the US her english was perfect and yet she was a local which helped navigate the sites.