ROME "The eternal city"
Rome is the pearl of Italy, the capital and home to some of the most beautiful treasures of the country. Wander through its streets is like traveling

back in time through ancient Roman ruins, monuments, wonderful squares and fountains that cool the air along with the typical Roman breeze, gardens, villas, churches of all sizes where you discover whenever paintings statues and altars stupendous. In the eternal city every visit is a surprise.

More than 900 Christian churches, and hundreds of monuments and places of interest. Known throughout the world the Colosseum, St. Peter's Cathedral (the largest church in the world, is the symbol of Christianity and Rome and its artistic and cultural continuity is in the state of the Vatican, an independent state, and by 1377 it is the residence of the popes,  the Imperial Forum, Trajan's Forum, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps (The most famous square in Rome contains in a single original space, a central bottleneck gives it the shape of a butterfly, three wonders: Trinita dei Monti, the Spanish Steps and the Four Rivers) and the Pantheon. Numerous historic walls, museums, archaeological sites, squares, palaces and architectures. In 1980 the old town, the extraterritorial properties of the Holy See in the city and the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls have been declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

A few kilometers from ROME await the beautiful trails in the medieval villages of the CASTELLI ROMANI surrounded by picturesque towns between ancient ruins and villas.

TIVOLI, small town located on the hills east of Rome.
The magnificent VILLA D’ESTE, masterpiece of the Italian Garden, is included in the Unesco world heritage list. With its impressive concentration of fountains, nymphs, grottoes, plays of water, and music, it constitutes a much-copied model for European gardens in the mannerist and baroque styles.

"In Tivoli admired one of the supreme views offered by nature, those waterfalls along with ruins....."     Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832) - writer, poet

VILLA ADRIANA, is the largest and most splendid of the Imperial Roman villas.
Extraordinary was the wealth of architectural and sculptural decoration of the villa: despite being stripped of the most valuable works, now kept in major museums of Rome and the world, one is still impressed by the sophistication of the floors and walls of colored marble inlay (opus sectile), of which there are splendid examples.
In 2002 State Property has entrusted the PARK of VILLA GREGORIANA to FAI so it restores splendor obscured by long neglect.
Located in a panoramic spot at the foot of the Roman acropolis in TIVOLI, this beautiful park boasts an immense natural, historical and archaeological heritage.
The ceaseless and man work of nature has contributed to the creation of a wonderful landscape, featuring a combination of natural and artificial waterfalls, ravines, gorges – a source of inspiration for poets and artists – and fascinating walks through luxuriant vegetation.

Lazio is a region of strong appeal to all Italians and international tourists attracted by considerable artistic heritage - cultural and natural wonders, parks and lakes, the area offers. First of all the capital Rome annually receives a large influx of tourists come here to visit the ruins of the eternal city known throughout the world, Rome is also home to major Italian institutions and the Vatican City.

In the heart of ROME is the VATICAN CITY, the smallest country in the world. The beating heart of Catholicism, every year attracts millions of pilgrims who come from all over the world to come together in prayer and get the Pope's blessing.
The STATE OF VATICAN CITY was born with the Lateran Treaty, concluded between the Holy See and Italy on February 11, 1929 and ratified on June 7 1929.La his personality as a sovereign entity of public international law, separate from the Holy See,It is universally recognized ...
Also popular for many visitors, attracted by the magnificent works of art collected in the VATICAN MUSEUM and the beautiful St. PETER's BASILICA, the largest church in the world, with the imposing dome that soars above the rooftops of the Eternal City.
In the VATICAN PALACE is allowed access to the Raphael Rooms, decorated with wonderful paintings that the artist created between 1508 and 1524.
But the main attraction is the Sistine Chapel, a wonderful masterpiece whose realization helped artists such as Perugino, Botticelli, Rosselli and Ghirlandaio. The project's most famous, however, is undoubtedly that of Michelangelo who decorated the time and realized the Last Judgement behind the altar.

"Without having seen the Sistine Chapel, you can not form an appreciable idea of what a man should be able to get."     Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832) - writer, poet.