Italy has about two-thirds of the world's great works of art, monuments and sights of the entire world. At least half of these masterpieces are in and around Rome.
It's an amazing contrast of Baroque, Classical, Imperial, Renaissance and Modern Day periods, that are represented in the architecture, fine art and culture. There is something to be seen at every turn and new street taken by first-time and returning visitors alike. It's said that a person can spend a lifetime searching and still not experience all this diverse city has to offer.
Many of the better known highlights of Rome can easily be enjoyed in a three day or four day visit. You can not, and should not, try to see all of the major attractions in a single visit, or a single day. It's best to get a good guidebook before leaving home, listing the places you want to see and the things you want to do, along with basic location information.
There are dozens of excellent guidebooks that explain the many options of where to go and what you are seeing once inside the gates.
No matter which of the main attractions are on your must see list, the streets surrounding them will be loaded with fountains, statues, shops, restaurants and at least one interesting little piazza. Most of these small places are not found in any guide or on any map. We suggest following your nose when something interesting or beautiful presents itself.
Plan a lot of time for lunch and dinner along the way, as well. Cuisine, cooking, eating and wine are Italian social passions that are not to be hurried. These small places and moments are the very things which hold the city together, and persuade visitors to return again and again.
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