The historic center of is one of 51 Italian sites inserted in UNESCO’s . The historic center, hemmed in by the and the , contains 25,000 environmental and archaeological points of interest. The areas making up the World Heritage Site comprise some of the most important monuments in antiquity, among which the Imperial Forum, the Collosseum, the and the . Moving north along the winding and curling River Tiber, one eventually comes across the , on top of which was built the , linked to the Vatican City by way of a fortified corridor.
Numerous as well are Rome’s unforgettable piazzas: Piazza Venezia, the Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Navona, Campo dei Fiori, Largo di Torre in Argentina, Piazza Trilussa and Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, both in the historic quarter of Trastevere.
Last but not least, Rome's the glamorous capital of good living: an unforgettable experience that winds from artisan boutiques with the most prestigious brands, to the most renowned chefs adhering to the local traditions, all in a unique setting of its kind, where aromas and emotions come together in symphony.