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Is there any city more historic than Rome, the birthplace of the Catholicism and Caesar, and where Western Civilization at large has its roots? One does not visit Rome simply for travel’s sake, although it has plenty of cultural icons to see. Rome is also the place to gain better knowledge about the European continent as a whole!

The trade-offs of congested inner-city traffic, mass amounts of tourists, and large crowds are lifetime memories spent in a truly ancient metropolis that has been around for millennia. Italy’s capital has a growing population of three million people, and is home to the only recognized country-city (the Vatican).

Flights to Rome

Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino is the city’s premiere international airport, transporting roughly 40 million foreign and domestic passengers annually. It is a central flight hub for the large Italian airliner Alitalia, as well as for the budget-friendly, Spanish airliner Vueling.

Named after the famous inventor, Rome’s central airport welcomes direct U.S. flights from Delta, US Airways, American Airlines, and United. Over 50 international carriers fly to the city, including (among others), British Airways, Air France, Lufthansa, KLM, Aeroflot, Korean Air, and SAS.

Activities for All Ages in Rome

A daytrip to Vatican City is simple and affordable, but can easily eat into your vacation time if you are not careful. Allot at least a few hours to see the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Pope’s home; you will not regret the experience! The church scene in Rome brims with beautiful artwork, stunning sculptures, and decorative pieces of history that are unparalleled anywhere else in the world. A tour of the Roman Pantheon, is also in order. This magnificent building that was once an ancient temple, has been meticulously preserved and looks nearly identical to when it was first built in the first century A.D.!

How Tourists Can Explore Rome on a Budget

You can find cheap lodging in Rome without having to sleep in a hostel. Nightly campground rates average $13 for those who are comfortable with the option. The food choices are as diverse in variety as they are in cost; restaurant meals hover near $25 per plate in the city, but are more affordable in Trastevre. Public bus travel in Rome comes in three forms, the most cost-effective of which are time-integrated tickets, which must be used within 75 minutes of purchase. Invest in a tourist card such as Roma Pass or the Biglietto 4 Musei to bundle on museum trips.

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