Rome the Eternal City, has enticed tourists over many centuries. Its history is well documented and its culture beams with this pride. From the Trevi fountain to the Colosseum, Rome’s abundant sights are distinctive than those of any other city on earth.
The city offers an attractive mix of breathtaking sights and bustling city life. Head here on a city break and you will not be short of things to do. There is fantastic shopping, excellent food, stunning architecture and a whole lot more.
The central area is called Campo Marzio, named after the Roman god of war. Many of the famous sights are located in this area. Trastevere, on the other side of River Tibern and Monti are worth visiting. Spectacular sights include Fontana di Trevi, the fountain immortalised in La Dolce Vita, Pantheon, an impressive 2,000 year old templ, and Piazza Navona, considered to be the most beautiful square in the world.
Take a tour of the Colosseum and the ancient Roman Forum. While you tour the Colosseum and explore the Borghese Gallery, Roman Forum, you will learn what life was like in Ancient Rome. The Borghese gallery is one of the world’s most important art museums as it houses the Borghese family collection of paintings, sculptures and antiquities.
The Vatican Museums are so large with more than 70,000 pieces exhibited over 42,000 square meters. The legacy of Michelangelo is seen everywhere in the Vatican Museums.
|Hotel||Room Type||Validity||Starting Price (QAR)|
|Best Western Rivoli (4*)||Classic||01/11/13 - 30/04/14||4633||4202|
|Novotel Roma La Rustica (4*)||Standard||01/11/13 - 30/04/14||4651||4211|
|Grand Hotel Beverly Hills (4*)||Standard||01/11/13 - 30/04/14||4777||4319|
|Ambasciatori Palace (5*)||Standard||01/11/13 - 30/04/14||6286||5028|
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