Ancient Rome has arguably had the greatest influence on the development of the western world, and as the cradle of this glorious ancient civilisation, Rome is overflowing with historical and archaeological marvels to explore. This thriving city has a dazzling array of museums, statues, galleries and mosaics amongst the grand, iconic monuments such as the Roman Forum and Colosseum. The Vatican City, powerhouse of the Catholic Church, is rich with artistic masterpieces and holy relics. Throughout the city there’s a seemingly endless array of restaurants and cafés in which to enjoy some authentic Italian cuisine in after sightseeing. If you’re looking for extraordinary heritage and culture, the ‘Eternal City’ never disappoints.
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The history of Rome’s largest fountain can be traced back to the year 19 BC, and there’s a curious myth about this beautifully crafted Renaissance water feature: throw in one coin to return to Rome; two coins to fall in love with an attractive Italian; and three coins to marry the person that you’ve met. Around one million euros are collected up from the fountain annually and donated to charitable causes.
Considered to be the first covered shopping mall in recorded history, this impressive multi-levelled market was built in the early 2nd century AD. The six levels constructed from red brick and concrete contained around 150 shops and apartments. Visit the Imperial Forum Museum to learn the history of this grand complex, with fascinating exhibitions that bring the past to life.
“I found it enchanting that around every corner, there is something else that inspires.” (Tony)
Hand picked destinations
There is something utterly enchanting about a city with elegant gondolas gliding down the waterways in place of roads. Venice captures the hearts of travellers with its fascinating history, exceptional architecture and world-class museums.
Plunging theatrically into the depths of the Mediterranean, the vision of pastel towns clinging to rugged cliffs makes the Amalfi Coast unforgettable. The pretty fishing villages and chic towns nestled into the rock face are linked by vertiginous roads with incredible views.
The ancient city of Prague, known as ‘the city of a hundred spires’, is a rich tapestry of sights, sounds and experiences packed with Bohemian artistic treasures and cultural gems.
Majestically medieval, Kraków is the cultural capital of Poland. Fascinating museums, a vibrant cultural life and achingly pretty architecture make Kraków the perfect destination for a city break.