The Eternal City is a vibrant modern capital spanning 2,500 years of history.
Known as the Eternal City, Rome has represented the heart of Italian culture for more than 2,500 years, standing as a center for art, literature, learning and religion. Today, Rome is a lively modern capital with an endless array of history, gastronomy and architecture to enjoy. Ancient sites such as the Colosseum and the Roman Forum dot the city's landscape, serving as reminders of its illustrious past, but there’s so much more to see and do, from shopping to savoring some of the best food the country has to offer.
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Explore Rome

  • Campo Marzio
  • Centro Storico
  • Monti
  • Prati
  • Trastevere

Campo Marzio


The fashionable heart of Rome, Campo Marzio extends from the grand Piazza del Popolo to just above the Trevi Fountain. A visit to Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps are a must, while the streets radiating out around them, such as Via dei Condotti, are known for their designer shops.

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Shopping, Sights, Museums, Restaurants

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Centro Storico


Composed of several smaller neighborhoods, the historical center has iconic landmarks such as the Pantheon (the huge, domed temple that’s now the burial place of Raphael) and the elegant Piazza Navona, making it an ideal home base for first-time visitors eager to explore.

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Monuments, Churches, Restaurants, Cafés

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Just up the hill from the Colosseum, hipster Monti is the hottest place to be. Initially known as a nightlife area with lively wine bars and restaurants, it also draws visitors in the daytime to wander the cobblestone streets and shop at the independent boutiques.

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Shopping, Restaurants, Bars

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The area just north of the Vatican is busiest during the day, but it has a dining scene worth sticking around for after dark, especially in the area around Piazza Cavour. Via Cola di Rienzo is the neighborhood’s commercial artery, with lots of stores by big-name brands.

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Restaurants, Shopping

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One of Rome’s most quintessential neighborhoods with its cobblestone streets, typical trattorias and small boutiques, Trastevere really comes alive in the evening. It’s one of the best places to sample traditional dishes like carbonara, cacio e pepe and amatriciana.

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Restauants, Bars, Shops

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A Long Weekend of History in Rome, Italy

Daytime view of the Colosseum

Explore Rome’s Ancient Past

See the birthplace of the Roman Empire with visits to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill. Then explore one of Rome’s hippest neighborhoods, Monti, home to independent boutiques, award-winning bars and great restaurants.

People walk the hallways of  the Vatican Museum

See the Vatican’s Artistic Treasures

Visit the Vatican Museums to see artistic treasures like the Sistine Chapel and the Raphael Rooms. Then stroll down the Tiber and end the day at one of Rome’s most authentic trattorias in the charming neighborhood of Trastevere.    

Piazza di Spagna at sunrise

Visit the Centro Storico

Immerse yourself in Baroque Rome on a walking tour of the Centro Storico and Campo Marzio, where you’ll see iconic sights like the Pantheon and the Spanish Steps. Round out the day with drinks and gourmet pizza on the W Hotel rooftop.

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