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Italy dips down out of Europe and into the Mediterranean like a womens leg firmly planted in a sleek stiletto, so its hardly surprising that Italians are known for their impeccable style and fashionable dress sense. Theyre also known for once having an empire that stretched across the globe, and for having the most spectacular churches, frescos, sculptures and Renaissance paintings in all of Europe.
The Italy of today is littered with the relics of more than 3,000 years of history, and an atmosphere that ranges from the Armani-wearing-scooter-driving-espresso-drinking buzz of its cities to the quiet, pastoral existence of its hillside olive farms and seaside fishing villages.
From the depths of the canals in Venice, which floats on a series of islands in an Adriatic lagoon, and the bleached sands of San Remo on the Riviera, to the rocky crags of the Alps, Dolomites and Apennines, Italy has everything from beach holidays to luxury mountain ski resorts.
Italys cities reveal awe-inspiring architecture from the curved arches of the Ponte Vecchio in Florence to the crumbling magnificence of the Colosseum in Rome. Home of da Vinci, Michelangelo, Carvaggio and Botticelli, its artworks are a visual delight to all visitors.
Nestled into the outskirts of Rome is the independent Vatican City, the seat of the Pope and home to the famous St Peters Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. The influence of the Holy Catholic Church on the people of Italy is still evident today in a series of holy festivals, carnivals, and parades involving young and old alike in almost every city, town and village.


Trade fairs in Rome

Champions-League Finale - (5/27/2009 until 5/27/2009)
Champions-League Finale

ambiente ITALIA - (6/6/2009 until 6/8/2009)
International Trade Fair for Table Decoration, Household Products, Interior Design and Gift

ZERO EMISSION ROME - (9/30/2009 until 10/3/2009)

PV Rome Mediterranean (within ZeroEmission ) - (9/30/2009 until 10/3/2009)

Automechanika Roma - (1/28/2010 until 1/31/2010)

Best Hotels

Oly Hotel
Via Santuario Regina Degli Apostoli, 36
00145 Рим (Roma), Италия
Giglio Dell Opera Via Principe Amedeo 14
00185 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Delle Province Viale Delle Province, 103
00162 Рим (Roma), Италия
Grand Hotel Tiberio Via Lattanzio 51
00136 Рим (Rom), Италия
Hotel Alpi Via Castelfidardo 84/A
00185 Рим (Roma), Италия
Comfort Inn Bolivar Via della Cordonata, 6
00187 Рим (Roma), Италия
Flaminio Village Via Flaminia Nuova 821
00189 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Meeting Via Pier Vittorio Aldini, 38/a
00178 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel D'Este Via Carlo Alberto, 4 - B
00185 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Principessa Tea Via Sardegna 149
00187 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Royal Court Via Marghera, 51
00185 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel BB Santi Quattro al Colosseo Via Santi Quattro, 64
00184 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Savoy Via Ludovisi 15
00187 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Pavia Via Gaeta 83
00185 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Morgana Via Filippo Turati, 33
00185 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Ariston Via Fillipo Turati 16
00185 Рим (Roma), Италия
The Inn At The Roman Forum Via degli Ibernesi 30
00184 Рим (Rome), Италия
Hotel Homs Via Della Vite 71/72
00187 Рим (Roma), Италия
Invictus Hotel Via Quintino Sella 15
00187 Рим (Roma), Италия
The Inn at the Spanish Steps Via dei Condotti, 85
00187 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Best Roma Via di Porta Maggiore 51
00185 Рим (Roma), Италия
Hotel Panama Garden Via Salaria, 336
00199 Рим (Roma), Италия
Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese Via Lombardia 47
00187 Рим (Rom), Италия
Hotel Santa Maria Vicolo del Piede, 2
00153 Рим (Roma), Италия
Relais Forus Inn Via Cavour, 194
00184 Рим (Roma), Италия


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Notte Bianca (White Night)

During the Notte Bianca the city stays open all night and invites locals and visitors to get to know Rome at different hours and from a different perspective. The occasion offers a unique opportunity to choose from a wide variety of events, from art and theatre, to cinema, music, dance and sport, and the involvement of craftsmen, shopkeepers and restaurants ensures that there is plenty to keep one in a festive mood until morning.


Separated from central Rome by the Tiber River, Trastevere is a picturesque medieval neighbourhood characterised by a quirky Bohemian atmosphere. Its narrow cobblestone streets are lined with overhanging flower boxes and washing lines, and home to numerous cafes, boutiques, pubs and restaurants. The area has long attracted artists, famous people and expats, and is a charming place to explore, having escaped the grand developments of central Rome.

Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi)

The tiny Piazza di Trevi has been immortalised through this fountain built for Pope Clement XII. The statues adorning this watery display represent Abundance, Agrippa, Salubrity, the Virgin and Neptune guided by two tritons. Tossing a coin into the fountain is supposed to guarantee a return trip to Rome.

The Colosseum

This enduring symbol of ancient Rome tenaciously clings to its foundations as the site of former gladiatorial conquests. Its architecture boasts an impressive array of Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns and an underground network of cells, corridors, ramps and elevators that were used to transport animals from their cages to the arena. The magnificence of the original structure has been eroded through the years of pillaging and earthquakes so that only a skeletal framework remains.


Birth of Rome Celebrations

Every year the birth of Rome is celebrated with numerous events around the city, including the Roman Forum and Campidoglio. Celebrations include a fireworks display over the Tiber River, parades, gladiator shows and traditional banquets.