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The major airport in Italy, Rome – Fiumicino International Airport, popularly known as the Leonardo da Vinci Airport, is located 35 km from the centre of the city and is the 6th largest airport in Europe by passenger traffic.
The airport has five terminal buildings and handles both domestic and international flights. Linked to the city by road and train, transit to the city centre is by taxi, car hire or train, using the efficient A91. A train ride into the city lasts approximately 30 mins.
With its display of globally influential architecture, art and culture from nearly 3,000 years, it is a truly rich country historically, and an inspirational city that attracts visitors from all over the globe.
It is the largest of the over 8,000 communes in Italy, and home to iconic places such as St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums, the Colosseum, as well as the Vatican City.
The 11th most visited city in the world and 3rd most visited in Europe, Rome is popular with tourists and attracts up to 4 million visitors in a year.
The center of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and other historic sites which can be enjoyed by visitors include the Pantheon, the Altar of the Fatherland, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Square and so much more.
Rome is where you can find the smallest country in the world, The Vatican. An independent state, it is a most religious site, and St. Peter’s Square is very significant to this location. A circular square which sits in front of the Vatican, is framed by huge colonnades which hold several statues of religious figures.
The center has a magnificent obelisk, and to end of the square can be found St Peter’s Basilica. The square is a good starting point for exploring the Vatican, and also a great place to catch a glimpse of the pope.
With a cuisine consisting mainly of meats, pasta and vegetable, Roman foods are totally sumptuous and worth more than a try. Authentic Roman food is just one of the many ways of discovering this beautiful city.
Try Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe, a delightful pasta consisting of pecorino romano cheese and lots of black pepper, or Saltimbocca alla Romana, a dish of veal medallions, which is a classic of Italian kitchens. You should also not leave Rome without trying a real Roman pizza.