Sightseeing's of Rome includes the Roman Forum, the Arch of Constantine, Circus Maximus, King Victor Emanuel Monument and the outside view of Coliseum. Rome is an ancient city, still left some of the walls.
Cities near Rome for Green Travelers
- 2Holy See192 reviews
The world's smallest sovereign nation, but what it lacks in size it makes up in influence, history, and culture. Even if it were surrounded by Rome one of the world's great cities, the Vatican would be a must see for anyone who enjoys history or art
- 6Italy10 reviews
Some of the most amazing gardens you will ever lay your eyes on. I felt transported in time.
- 7Italy9 reviews
A busy airport attached to a Hilton Hotel. Fiumicino (also known as Leonard Di Vinci) Airport boasts substantial shopping opportunities. If you want to do some last minute shopping before your flight, you will have lots of options here ranging from designer stores to less expensive book & postcard shops. Travelers to/from Rome can take one of the many trains ...
- 8Italy1 review
Where do all the young Romans go for Friday afternoons in the summer? Fregene. Tons of fabulous beach bars ranging from casual, to very fancy. The parties start in the afternoon but the real party begins after the sun goes down.
- 9Italy1 review
- 11Italy3 reviews
me encanta romaaa
- 12Italy3 reviews
I enjoyed spending the day seeing Ostia Anticha, then walking around the town of Lido di Ostia. Some of the beachfront buildings and hotels are quite grand in an old-fashioned way, reminding me of Miami Beach or Viareggio. The were plenty of restaurants and cafes and great public transportation. You can also stay here if you have an early morning ...
- 14Italy3 reviews
If you're looking for a sexy little trip outside of Rome one day, Frascati is not a bad choice. Only about 40 minutes outside of the city (I used to go with my boyfriend on his motorino even) the town, which is part of the Castelli Romani area, is sweet. It's known for lightly sparkling white wine. I recommend buying ...
- 15Italy1 review
- 16Italy2 reviews
My girl and I enjoyed a great, fun filled day as we visited Marino for their Wine Fest. Between the vendors, the wine stalls, the parade, music, and rowdy, wine-drunk Italians, we had a blast. Keep in mind that although it's a popular destination and event, the train schedule doesn't add any more trains than usual on Sunday nights. There ...
- 17Italy1 review
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- 19Italy1 review
Aria di Napoli.
- 20Italy1 review