“When in Italy, do as the Romans”, so why not visit this fascinating capital city of Italy, Otherwise known as the Eternal City” as it is home to the intriguing Vatican Empire, residence of Pipes and the cradle of Catholicism. The spectacular painting and frescoes of renowned artist such as Michelangelo and Raffaello who were commissioned by the Pipes to decorate various rooms of the Vatican can be admired in the magnificent St. Peters Cathedral and the Cestine Chapel.
According to the legend, Rome was founded in 753 BC and as we know, over the centuries it extended its domination over the whole peninsula and had a profound effect while asserting its culture and civilization everywhere. The city is very rich in monuments of the ancient Rome such as the Roman Forum and the magnificent Colosseum. We can then travel through the ages, from the middle ages to the Renaissance and Baroque period and see the very impressive Navona Square and the beautiful Trevi Fountain which celebrate these eras.