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Rome, Italy

Rome, also known as the Eternal City, is a captivating tourist destination with a rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant cultural heritage. Here are some key points about tourism in Rome:


Historical Significance:

Rome has been one of the world’s most visited cities for over two millennia. In ancient times, it was the center of Western Civilization, ruling vast territories across the Mediterranean, Northern Africa, England, and parts of the Middle East. Later, it became a major center for Christianity, with the Pope residing in Rome.


Grand Tour and Renaissance Influence:

During the Renaissance, Rome flourished as a European capital of arts, education, philosophy, and trade. Wealthy English aristocrats embarked on the Grand Tour to explore ancient Roman culture, art, and architecture.


 Modern Tourism:

Rome is the 2nd most visited city in the EU, following Paris. It receives an average of 7–10 million tourists annually, which sometimes doubles during holy years. The Colosseum and the Vatican Museums rank among the most visited places globally.


Monuments and Attractions:

Rome boasts an abundance of archaeological sites, museums (such as the Vatican Museums and Capitoline Museums), aqueducts, fountains, churches, and historical buildings. The iconic Colosseum and the majestic dome of St. Peter’s Basilica dominate the skyline.


Cuisine and Atmosphere:

Rome’s renowned cuisine, lively atmosphere, and picturesque streets enchant visitors. Exploring the city’s monuments, piazzas, and hidden corners is a delightful experience.

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