Italy / 01 feb. 2014/
Rome is one of those big European cities chosen by many tourists for a short city break.
But, can you visit Rome in just a few days? I don’t think so.
No place in the world can be seen and understood in just a few days, especially Rome, one of the most fascinating cities in the world.
If all you want is a short city break, go see Fontana di Trevi and the Colosseum and don’t read any further.
But if you look for a little more, the following articles will give you a glimpse of the imperial Rome, will tell you more about Michelangelo, will present you the Dacian emperors of the Romans and will take you on a visit to a remarkable church.
Shortly, the following articles:
- Will take you on a walk outside Rome, on Via Appia, to see the famous ruins of the imperial Rome and the Christian catacombs.
- Will present the main works of art of Michelangelo in sculpture, painting and architecture in Rome, in the Renaissance years.
- Will tell you why the Dacian emperors were important for the Romans.
- Will take you to a great place – Basilica San Clemente – where 3 churches from different periods stand one above the other and reflect the religious evolution of Rome.