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Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Rome, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Rome: Your comprehensive guide

Step back in time as you wander through cobblestone streets surrounded by grandiose buildings and ancient ruins. Immerse yourself in a vibrant culture that's as passionate about its gladiator history as it is about fashion. Don't miss the Colosseum, the city's most iconic landmark! Art, architecture, history—they all converge here in a glorious blend. Now, speaking of blends, you've got to try the Carbonara and Margherita pizza while you're here; they're local legends for a reason!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Rome, the capital of Italy, boasts a rich culinary heritage. When in Rome, start your gastronomic journey with a serving of Spaghetti alla Carbonara, a Roman pasta dish savored with eggs, Pecorino Romano cheese, guanciale, and black pepper. For the cheese lovers, Cacio e Pepe is a must-try, a simple yet flavorful dish made with Pecorino Romano cheese and black pepper.

For those looking for hearty meals, Bucatini all'Amatriciana is a delightful dish made from guanciale, Pecorino Romano cheese, and tomatoes. Romans love their offal; thus, dishes like Trippa alla Romana, a richly flavored tripe stewed in tomato sauce with mint and Pecorino Romano, are considered local delicacies.

Rome's pizza scene is bustling with options. A Roman pizza, typically thin and crispy, adorned with simple toppings like tomatoes and mozzarella, is quintessential. Also, be sure to taste Supplì, a deep-fried rice ball filled with ragù and mozzarella, an ideal snack while exploring the city.

When it comes to appetizers, Carciofi alla Romana, braised artichokes, is a distinctive Roman dish. For something lighter, savor a plate of Fiori di Zucca, squash blossoms stuffed with mozzarella and anchovies, then deep-fried to golden perfection.

Enjoy Rome's simple yet flavorful salads, such as Caprese Salad, with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, basil, and olive oil, or a refreshing Insalata di Arance e Finocchi, an orange and fennel salad.

For the sweet tooth, relish a serving of Tiramisu, a luscious layering of coffee-soaked ladyfingers and mascarpone cheese. Another local favorite is Maritozzi, sweet buns filled with whipped cream, a Roman breakfast staple but enjoyable any time of the day.

To wash down these exquisite dishes, a glass of Frascati, a local white wine from the nearby hills, or a craft beer from one of Rome’s microbreweries, are excellent choices. For a refreshing aperitif or a casual midday drink, a Spritz, typically made with Prosecco, Aperol, and soda water, is a popular choice among locals and visitors alike.

Espresso is a Roman staple, and sipping a cup at one of Rome’s historic cafes is a memorable experience. For an after-dinner drink, a glass of Limoncello, a lemon-flavored liqueur, is a pleasant digestive.

Comment: On each spot of the audio guide, we’ll provide you with the nearest recommended restaurants and eateries according to Google's users’ opinions, ensuring you can conveniently savor the essence of Roman cuisine without having to scour the city.

Transportation and getting around the city

Getting from the airport to Rome city center, you’ve got a few good options. If you’re landing at Fiumicino, the Leonardo Express train is pretty sweet—it’ll zip you to Termini Station in around 30 minutes. There’s also a bunch of shuttle buses; they are more budget-friendly and usually get you to Termini Station too. If Ciampino is your landing spot, buses are your go-to—they connect to various points in the city, including Termini Station.

Once you're in the city, the public transport scene is decent. Buses, trams, and the Metro are all reliable choices. Grab a Roma Pass if you plan on bouncing around a lot—it'll give you unlimited travel for a couple of days, plus some free entries and discounts to city sights. You can snag one at tourist info points, online, or some metro stations.

Now, Rome’s taxis can be a bit pricey, and traffic can be wild, so maybe use them sparingly. If you're in a bind or exhausted after a long day of exploring, they're there for you. Just be sure to get an official white taxi; there are plenty at the taxi stands or you can hail them on the street.

Walking is honestly one of the best ways to experience Rome; the city is like a giant, open-air museum! Areas like Trastevere, the historic center, or Monti are super walkable, and you’ll stumble upon so many cool little spots.

Oh, and don’t miss out on a hop-on, hop-off tour bus—it’s a solid way to get your bearings and see the major sights. Most of the buses have stops near Termini Station or other popular spots in the city, and you can grab tickets directly from the driver or online.

And there you have it! Whether you’re all about walking, riding, or a mix of both, Rome has got you covered. Enjoy all the stunning views and mouth-watering eats!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Colosseo . Fontana di Trevi . Foro Romano .

3d : Colosseo . Pantheon . Fontana di Trevi . Basilica di San Pietro . Foro Romano . Musei Vaticani . Cappella Sistina . Piazza Navona .

5d : Colosseo . Pantheon . Fontana di Trevi . Basilica di San Pietro . Foro Romano . Musei Vaticani . Cappella Sistina . Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti . Piazza Navona . Castel Sant'Angelo . Museo e Galleria Borghese . Villa Borghese . Basilica Papale di Santa Maria Maggiore . Belvedere del Gianicolo . Basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere . Palazzo del Quirinale . Catacombe di San Callisto .

All : Colosseo . Pantheon . Fontana di Trevi . Basilica di San Pietro . Foro Romano . Musei Vaticani . Cappella Sistina . Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti . Piazza Navona . Castel Sant'Angelo . Museo e Galleria Borghese . Villa Borghese . Basilica Papale di Santa Maria Maggiore . Altare della Patria . Campo de' Fiori . Piazza del Popolo . Palatino . Musei Capitolini . Terme di Caracalla . Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano . Circo Massimo . MAXXI - Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo . Campidoglio . Belvedere del Gianicolo . Arco di Costantino . Piazza di Spagna . Fontana dei Fiumi . Piazza Venezia . Basilica di San Clemente . Bocca della Verità . Basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere . Ponte Sant'Angelo . Giardino degli Aranci . Basilica Papale San Paolo fuori le Mura . Domus Aurea . Galleria Doria Pamphilj . Colonna Traiana . Aventino . Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea . Mercati di Traiano Museo dei Fori Imperiali . Arco di Tito . Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica a Palazzo Barberini . Teatro Marcello . Villa Farnesina . Palazzo del Quirinale . Museo Nazionale Romano, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme . Basilica Parrocchiale Santa Maria del Popolo . Via del Corso . Mosè di Michelangelo . Catacombe di San Callisto .

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