The Eternal City

If travel is a global classroom, Rome is one of the most compelling teachers. Past and present collide here—a city where ancient ruins rest alongside modern art galleries and designer fashion boutiques. Roman mythology dates the founding of the city at 753 B.C., but the area has been inhabited for far longer. Today, Romans still celebrate la dolce vita. Immerse yourself in Italian culture with an espresso at a family-owned café, or mix with the locals at Campo de Fiori, one of Rome's more vibrant food markets. And of course such iconic landmarks as the Colosseum, Galleria Borghese, and Trevi Fountain should top any visitor’s hit list.

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Know Before You Go

In summer months of July and August, expect highs of 90 and lows of 66. In winter months of December and January, expect highs of 55 and lows of 37.
Fly into Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO). Villa Parioli is approximately 60 minutes away.
A visit to St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican is a must! Keep in mind the dress code: No shorts, miniskirts, or bare shoulders.  

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