Discovering Rome with Marino
General information on Rome
Rome is the capital of Italy and the city of millenarian history. The most important city in the ancient world, it was capable of conquering the entire Mediterranean and expanding the boundaries of its empire to the Middle East. Even after the end of the Roman Empire, Rome has remained a center of absolute importance worldwide, thanks to the presence of the Vatican, the heart of Christianity, which attracts artists who made it a tried and true open-air museum. The cheerful character of its citizens, positively contaminated by the presence of people from all over the world, make it a unique place to visit at all costs.
STROLLING THROUGH ROME
Its historical center, the area that is mostly visited, is quite limited, therefore, accessible on foot, if you are a good walker. Most of the places that are usually visited are just a few minutes away by subway from the Tiburtina Station - where Marino buses stop - and where you can start your city tour. Listing all the monuments in the city can be a very difficult task, but certainly a visit to Rome will not be complete without a stop at the great classics of the Capital: the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, the Trevi Fountain, and the Vatican.