Rome is located approximately in the middle of the Italian peninsula and is easily reached either from the north or from the south of the country by car, train or plane. An efficient connection of Rome and the rest of Italy is provided by two airports and an excellent highway and train systems.
Rome tours vary with the city's melting pot of styles, artistic and historic heritages, while each tour itinerary allows a visitor to feel the utmost of one or another aspect of Rome he has chosen to explore. Rome tours, based on excursions through Roman culture and arts, include visits to city's churches, monuments and museums, revealing the heritage of Roman folks. The guests are offered to accommodate in ancient monasteries or deluxe hotels. The accommodation in monasteries is a deep-rooted tradition and a popular choice among visitors, allowing them to naturally plunge into the historic ambiance, though with all modern facilities for a comfortable stay.
Some of numerous landmarks visitors can see are the sites of Archeological Rome, such as Coliseum, the Roman Forum, reaching the Capital Hill along the "Via Sacra", and the Catacombs (located along the Via Appia Antica). Special guided tours are organized to famous Tivoli and Roman castles. These Rome tours are often referred as to antique Rome tours. Ancient or antique Rome tours are designed by www.go-to-italy.com.
Vatican City tours make a special variety among all Rome tours. Called the Unknown City, Vatican is a tiny sovereign state and "city in the city" of Rome. It is supposed that this originally uninhabited part of Rome (ager vaticanus) had always been considered sacred, or at least not available for the habitation, even before the arrival of Christianity. Vatican tours are offered at Eternity Tours, Via Sinuessa 8. In some sources Vatican tours are called sacred Rome tours.
The major itineraries of baroque Rome tours include visits to the Piazza del Popolo, one of the most beautiful Roman squares, twin churches of Santa Maria in Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli, a renowned street Veneto, a setting for the "Dolce vita", a famous film by Federico Fellini, and renowned Fountain of the Triton and Fountain of Trevi.
Scenic Rome tours are available from Battelli di Roma (www.battellidiroma.it), which are tours aboard a "water bus" that passes under the bridges of Rome. You will see such landmarks as St. Peter's Basilica (in the distance), Castel Sant'Angelo and the little island in the Tiber, Isola Tiberina.
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