The capital of Italy, as well as its largest city, Rome is one of the most popular, historic and fascinating cities in the world. The city still bears marks of its illustrious and vibrant history and combines it with modern structures and development in its own unique way. Over 2,500 years old and the former centre of one of the most powerful civilizations in the world, Rome is the political centre of Italy and has some massive historical landmarks like The Pantheon, the Basilica of San Paolo Fuori le Mura, Castel Sant’Angelo and Piazza del Popolo. The Trevi Fountain is a famous landmark that is known across the world although the Colosseum in Rome is the true symbol of this beautiful city.
Rome has a number of major organizations and companies based within its city limits with the likes of the United Nations, the World Food Programme, the Food and Agriculture Organization and others taking up office space in the city. Rome is home to the usual scope of professionals from other industries such as lawyers, architects, designers, fashion companies and designers, business consultants, marketing specialists and more. You will also find the headquarters of Enel and Telecom Italia in the city.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Rome has a host of entertainment options including Parco della Musica, one of the largest live music venues in the world. Teatro dell’Opera di Roma is a famous venue for theatre and opera performances while Salacinema is a massive venue for movie buffs and also hosts famous festivals throughout the year. Rome is a great place to enjoy cuisine from different parts of the world with places like Ad Hoc offering Mediterranean cuisine and a variety of traditional Italian eateries such as Osteria Barberini. You can enjoy European cuisine at Fa-bio while Ristorante Eleonora D’Arborea serves up the freshest seafood Rome can offer.
All roads, quite literally, lead to Rome as it is the centre of a large network of roads that travel all across the country before leading in the capital. Roma Termini railway station is the largest in the country and the main rail link along with Roma Tiburtina railway station. Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, Rome Ciampino Airport and Roma-Urbe Airport are the three air travel links in the city. There is also a metro system that connects every corner of the city as well. You will find buses, private taxis and an urban train network, along with a slow tram network providing further transportation options in Rome.