Italy’s Capital city- Rome, boasts of historical monuments and plenty of attractions. In order to take in everything this city has to offer, one is highly advised to book a cheap car rental with us. We offer the best deals and discounts on deals by some of the major car rental companies in the industry. Having said that, our associated car suppliers include Alamo, Enterprise, Hertz, Maggiore, and Europcar, to name a few.
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Italy’s Capital and largest city- Rome evokes its historical past like no other city in the world. For more than 3,000 years, emperors, popes, and artists have left their mark on the city. Having said that, it houses an abundance of attractions that vie for your attention, which includes archaeological remains and ancient ruins like the Forum & the Colosseum, mesmerizing churches, renaissance palazzos and beautiful Baroque fountains. But that’s not all about Rome! The city houses a great range of trattorias and quirky cafes where one can practice the Italian-perfected ‘il dolce far niente’- the sweet art of idleness. The mild Mediterranean climate also plays a vital role in attracting visitors from the cool north.
The Colosseum is a grand amphitheater and the largest structure left to us by the Roman antiquity. Originally built by Vespasian in AD72, the Colosseum was later enlarged by his son ‘Titus’ and later re-inaugurated in AD80. It was large enough to accommodate thousands of people and host any event ranging from theatrical performances to circuses, festivals, and games. The Arch of Constantine lies just next to the Colosseum; the Senate built this triumphal arch to honor the emperor for his victory in the battle of the Milvian Bridge in 312.
The Roman Forum is situated right in the middle of throbbing modern city. They say the history of Roman Forum is the history of Roman Empire. Having said that, the forum served as the center for Roman political and religious life, accommodating courts, markets and meeting places. The major highlights of the Roman Forum include the Temple of Antoninus Pius, the Temple of Saturn, the Arch of Septimius Severus, the Temple of Vesta and lastly, the Arch of Titus.
Vittoriano, the National monument to Victor Emmanuel II, is a popular Roman landmark that was built between the years of 1885 and 1911. The huge monument rises up to a height of 70 meters, is 135 meters long and 130 meters deep! In the first place, this monument was built to celebrate the success of the Risorgimento and achievement of Italian unity in 1870. It also houses the Museo Centrale del Risorgimento- a museum that showcases artifacts and relics from the Italian independence movement.
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