What to see?
You have arrived in the Italian capital, the most historical city in Italy. Rome is the starting point of the Latin culture. That’s why, once you arrive in town go see the most important things such as the coliseum or the forum and the Arco di Costantino, which are the most famous places of the Latin culture and full of history. Then. walk to the Pantheon, passing by the Trevi fountain, the Piazza Navona and the Monte Palatino, the ultimate starting point of the history of Rome construction. History says that Rome was first built on the Palatine hill. To have a complete view of the culture, go take a look at the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican.
If you love Italian food, you’re in the right place. Obviously you have to taste the Rigatoni carbonara, the most famous meal in Roma and for the first time, in its true, authentic form. After this gorgeous meal, take a dessert with a true Italian coffee. The Roman dessert is called maritozzi, a yeasted bun or some mini cannoli. When you feel thirsty, enjoy a real Gelato, we assure you that you will make you feel better.
For the aperitif, try the Saltimbocca alla Romana made with pounded veal, prosciutto, and sage, cooked with white wine and butter, this little thing just jumps in your mouth!
Events in Rome
There’s plenty of events in Rome all throughout the year. But the main events are happening between March and September. Let’s start with the Ides of March, the anniversary of Julius Caesar’s death, a true show tracing the history. Then on April 21st, Rome celebrates the foundation of Rome by a series of festivities and events. If you go to Rome in May go see the most beautiful Villas of Rome which open their doors to the public. In June, you can’t miss the Vino Forum, which features 2.500 wines and pop-up restaurants held by Michelin-starred chefs.