R o m e

the Italian capital of business tourism

Rome is the ideal destination for business tourism. The international airports of Fiumicino and Ciampino and the rail and motorway networks favor connections with the main destinations in the world. Its convention centers and meeting venues are flexible, innovative and equipped with state-of-the-art technology.

Ideal period
of the year

January to December

(from Paris)


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3 days / 2 nights

Rome Caput Mundi, eternal city, cradle of Western civilization and capital of Christianity. These are just a few of the appellations to describe this magical city which reveals itself to tourists as a concentrate of art, history, architecture and which, for three centuries, continues to have no rivals among the favourite destinations international tourism. Rome is a city that really offers everything, a true open-air museum where, no matter where you look, you can admire the traces of a thousand-year-old history and culture.

In recent years, the city has known how to renew itself, taking into account above all the latest artistic trends with an attentive eye on the international panorama. Now, the new tourist itineraries include avant-garde and contemporary museums and exhibition areas. An example: the new MAXXI, the first national museum entirely dedicated to the arts of the XXI century which, from May 2010, inaugurates a new course for the capital.

Beyond the old, it is time to look at Rome with different eyes, like cities like London, Paris and New York, a metropolis where the forms that art takes integrate ever more complex and fluid, interactive and multi-functional, in line with time.


Visit many of Rome's must-see attractions in one day and save hours of wait in line during peak season with priority entry tickets. Spend the morning exploring the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter's Basilica, then take a guided walking tour of the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and Roman Forum in the afternoon.

The National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo reflects the various uses of this place through the ages and can be considered a monument, an archaeological area and a museum all in one. It is home to a variety of collections that are on display at different times of the year.

Take a fun and informative Segway tour to discover the 7 hills of Rome. Learn about the city's history and culture from your local guide.

Your day begins with a drive from Rome to the Pope's summer residence in Castel Gandolfo, a beautiful town overlooking Lake Albano. Then return to Rome to visit the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica.

Escape the hustle and bustle of central Rome by booking this electric bike tour on Via Appia, one of Rome's premier roads. Thanks to the high quality and easy to use electric bike which will make this ride a breeze, make the most of the surrounding landscapes.

Combine a walking tour of Rome with one of the best things to do, savouring authentic Roman specialties. Choose a private or small-group tour and try artisanal specialties such as pizza and ice cream.


Dine in one of the spheres of ancient Rome

Dine in one of the oldest villas in Rome as in 1900

Culinary workshop with dinner based on Roman dishes