The City, the city par excellence, and also the Eternal City. So Rome is defined in the course of its three thousand years of history has been the first great metropolis of humanity, the heart of one of the most important ancient civilizations that has affected all aspects of society, culture and art of later centuries; was the capital of the Roman Empire, which extended its rule over the entire Mediterranean Basin and much of Europe, and the Papal States, subject to the temporal power of the popes.
Its historic center within the Aurelian Walls, included in the UNESCO Heritage List, is thus presented as the result of a continuous overlapping of architectural and urban planning of different ages and this is also the suggestion of a city that offers the visitor more than 16% of the cultural heritage of the world and 70% in Italy. Rome can therefore only be visited on the basis of themed itineraries that allow you to explore, from time to time, a look, a moment of its historical and architectural.