How to spend a family hols in Rome?

Rome is termed as one of the greatest centers for civilization in the world. The city is a wonderland with interesting places, Roman monuments, ancient churches and ornate statues that offer a cosmopolitan environment which requires an ideal tour operator . If you are planning to spend a family holiday in this fascinating city, here are some of the places you should visit.

Rome at night

The night view of Castle Saint Angel in Rome, Italy

Campo de Fiori

Whether during day or night, Campo de Fiori is one of the busy centers 24 hours around the clock. This rectangular square is used as a market place during daytime. Here you will find some of the local foods including fresh fish, spices and flowers. At night, this place is a central place for college and tourists parties. Dance to the latest local and international hits from your favorite artists.

Castel Sant Angelo

This was founded many years ago as a mausoleum for the Emperor Hadrian. Its construction was completed in the year 139 AD. At the top of the mausoleum are subsequent strongholds, which have been converted into residence for medieval Popes. Until the year 1870, this building was a home for those who broke the law. Currently, it is used a museum. All the history about this city, the people in this city and their culture; you will find it at the museum.

Roman Forum

In the past, this destination was referred to as the Center of the City Life. It hosted festivals, funerals, celebrations and even rituals. You will find some of the treasures that were recovered after the excavations in the 20th century. Catch a full history of this place on your guided tour, ascend to the peak of the Palatine Hill, and enjoy scenic views of the city.

Vatican City

Vatican City became an independent state in the year 1929 and has its own coins, stamps and flag. However, it is still located in Rome. This city also has its own militia who protect the Pope and the Citizens. Dress decently and enter St Peters Basilica to see the Michelangelo’s Pieta, a sad but beautiful sculpture. You may wish to progress to the Vatican Museum and have a look at Italian Masterpieces.

Piazza Navona

This is a charming and amusement square with a wide range of open-air cafes and restaurants. The Domitian’s square is known for hosting sporting events. If your family loves sporting activities, this is the right place to be. You can also head to the Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers and view the four statues, each representing a river from different continents.

Trevi Fountain

This building was set up in the year 1762 and includes a wide range of items including the god of the sea and the mythological sculptural composition of Neptune. You will find this place amazing and worth spending quality time with your family.

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