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Trevi Fountain - Make a wish for your dream to come true.

Rome – the city of dreams. Make a wish in the traditional way and keep your fingers crossed for your dreams to come true.

Then head on over, and enjoy what Rome has to show you.  History, art, architecture, and beauty await! Count how many of its almost 300 fountains you can spot.  With more than 900 churches, you simply have to pop into two or three cathedrals. They are spectacular.  “travel and Home’ gives you Rome – the city of dreams!

What is Rome Famous For?

Rome is famous for its stunning architecture, with the Colosseum, Pantheon, and Trevi Fountain as the main attractions. The smallest country in the world is Rome. Namely, Vatican City. Rome was the center of the Roman Empire that once ruled the European Continent.

How many days to spend in Rome?

If you’re on a tight budget, I’d say about four days to see the best of Rome, take in the ambiance and enjoy its delicious cuisine.

Is Rome expensive?

Our travel budget will give you some insight into the expenses you may expect in Rome – our city of dreams.

What food is Rome, the city of dreams, famous for?

  • Pasta, pasta, and pasta. You can’t go wrong with any pasta dish. They just know how to dish up a scrumptious pasta meal.
  • Porchetta is deboned and rolled pork roast that is usually very tender.
  • Around autumn lovers of artichokes should definitely try some deep-fried artichokes.
  • Osso Buco is my favorite. The combination of veal and white wine with veggies served on polenta is the ultimate to me. Try it!
  • Then there are the deep-fried-rice balls, called suppli.
  • Also go for Saltimbocca, which is veal prepared with sage and white wine (just some of the ingredients). You’ll order it again, trust me.
  • Oh, my word, don’t forget Maritozzi! It’s a sweet pastry filled with whipped cream. Have it with a cappuccino.
  • And then of course there is Gelato. The Roman version of ice cream. You have not been to Rome if you have not had your Gelato.

Talk about Rome being the city of dreams… now MY tastebuds are dreaming!

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