Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Rome's most interesting neighborhoods.
In the 1950s and 1960s, Via Veneto, immortalized by Federico Fellini in La Dolce Vita, was the place to be. Today the famous street is lined with elegant cafés and restaurants and still draws large crowds. The southern end of Via Veneto.
The northern region is a great base for exploring Rome. With convenient access to dining, shopping, and entertainment, head out from your hotel for a day of delights.
Find whatever you need from dining to shopping to entertainment. Local attractions include the beautiful Villa Doria Pamphili, the largest public park in the city of Rome and a favorite spot for joggers and dog owners. The Sistine Chapel.
There is much to see in this small city-state--the Vatican Museums, which house a vast and fascinating collection of art; St. Peter's, whose spectacular dome was designed by Michelangelo; and the Vatican Gardens, which date back.