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Known as the Eternal City, Rome is both the capital and largest city in Italy. It’s where the Roman Empire began; it’s home to the Seven Hills of Rome, Vatican City, and the place where La Dolce Vita is easy to find.
Located on the river Tiber, over 2.6 million people live there so, as you can imagine, it’s a big, bustling city with lots to do and explore.
If you’re flying into Rome, you’ll arrive at one of two main international airports; either the Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino International Airport, which mainly caters for international flights, or the smaller G.B. Pastine/Ciampino International Airport where low-cost airlines have their base.
As it can be difficult to get from the airport to the city, it makes sense to book Rome airport transfers with us.
There’s simply so much to see in Rome. The historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s no wonder, as it’s packed full of stunning palaces, churches that have stood for thousands of years, grand ruins, incredible monuments standing side-by-side with impressive statues and, of course, fountains.
In fact, it is fair to say that Rome is one of the most visited capital cities, not only in Europe, but also in the world.
Rome comprises seven different districts. We’ve already mentioned Old Rome with its awe-inspiring architecture, including the Pantheon, and its beautiful squares. Then of course, there’s Vatican City with its magnificent St. Peter’s Basilica and associated treasures, somewhere that should be on every visitor’s to-do-list, whether you’re Catholic or not.
You’ll also want to see Colosseo, the heart of Ancient Rome, with its Colosseum, Capitoline Hill, otherwise known as Palatino, and the Roman Forum.
If you’re visiting Rome, you’ll probably be staying in the modern centre as most of the almost 1,300 or so hotels are here. Plus, it’s the main area for shopping, eating and having fun. Be sure to check out the famous Trevi Fountain, and the Piazzas Barberini, Piazza della Repubblica and Castro Pretorio.
If you’re a budding artist, head to Trastevere, just south of the Vatican, where you’ll find a wealth of narrow cobbled streets, as it’s the place where Rome’s artists tend to congregate.
Other areas of interest include North Centre, home to the Villa Borghese and the Spanish Steps, while you’ll find the Cathedral of Rome at Esquilino-San Giovanni.
If you love shopping, you’re going to be in seventh heaven in Rome. One of the main fashion capitals in the world, Rome is awash with designer clothing and shoe stores, and has some of the finest jewellery shops too.
It’s also a great place to eat out, especially if you love eating al fresco. While there are numerous top class restaurants in the city, for a real taste of Rome grab a table at a pizzeria or trattoria for an authentic gastronomic experience.
Rome is also gaining a growing reputation for its nightlife scene, particularly in San Lorenzo, the area ‘behind’ the train station.
And, as we all know, you shouldn’t drink and drive so hire a minibus in Rome through us, and we’ll ensure that you get back to your home or accommodation safely.
With our fleet of modern minibuses, coaches and limousines, RentABus can offer minibus and coach rentals for every occasion, whether you want to be collected from the airport, you want to book reliable and affordable group transport to get around the city, or you’d like us to organise a sightseeing tour of Rome, complete with one of our knowledgeable guides.
Simply get in touch with us now, and let’s discuss your Rome transportation needs.