Rome is without doubt one of the most tourist cities in the World, thanks to its rich History, from whom it inherited its sensational monuments and its cultural heritage. Heritage that can be enjoyed by tourists just strolling along the charming streets of the old town, so rich in churches, stately buildings, fountains and squares. A pe into the different eras that have market with their passage all the different areas of the city's circuit. A city that shows its many souls, that will certainly satisfy the tastes and the curiosity of its many guests. You have just to walk around the city to see all of them, there, tourist from all over the World and of nationalities, with upturned noises watching in particular the monuments and the churches, each draw by some kind of architectural element.
The historical center of Rome cover a wide area of the city, and the various tourist destinations are often displaced from one from each other. So would be good before you go to the city, see the different possible itineraries, without the pretense of visiting the whole urban area, perhaps with few days available.
The center of Rome begins more or less near the Termini Station, and spread to the shores of River Tiber, passing through all the old districts. On the right bank of the Tiber there are the areas that most attract the attention of tourists. We speak of all archeological area of Fori Imperiali Street, the Coloseum and the Roman Forum, accessible from Termini Station along the route of Cavour Street and Nazionale Street. The cultural heritage of ancient Rome continues in areas such as Circo Massimo and Terme di Caracalla.
From Venezia Square, along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, you enter the heart of Rome, where are locate some of the most beautiful squares and monuments of the city. Just to name few of them we can mention Campo de' Fiori Square, Navona Square, Rotonda Square with its Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, one of the major symbol of the city.
Continuing in North direction, you can reach Veneto Street, Barberini Square and the Spanish Steps, which really needs no introduction, until lap the perimeter of Borghese Park, and just above the amazing Popolo Square. Not least the neighborhoods that are locate on the left bank of Tiber, all full of history and culture. We talk about Prati - Vatican district, where is located St. Peter's Basilica, which is also an attractive point for daily crowds of pilgrims and tourists. Fantastic Castel Sant'Angelo, which stand on the bank of River Tiber. Back at River's course there are Gianicolo Hill and Trastevere, a center of Roman nightlife and district of rare beauty, consisting of low buildings, small and charming squares and narrow streets in the pedestrian system.