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Rome

Rome
Once known as the Capital of the Modern World, Rome is still a highly visited destination for travelers of all ages. Walk down the streets that Julius Caesar walked and visit the baths that citizens and commoners alike frequently used. Explore the ruins of the Roman Empire, such as the Colosseum, or marvel in the statues and art that the Golden Age of the Renaissance produced. You can even travel to another country, without ever traveling outside Rome! The Vatican also boasts of many sights to see, including St. Peters Basilica. When in Rome, do as the Romans do, and indulge in world-famous Italian cuisine, and taste the fine wines that only the Italian vineyards can offer! Choose to fly with eurowings to Rome and experience the vacation of a lifetime!

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Worth knowing

Italy
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: Italian
  • Capital: Rome
  • Austrian flight destination: Bologna, Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice
Airport
  • Rome Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino (FCO): The airport is located 32 km (20 miles) southwest of Rome, in the Lazio region of central Italy.
  • Address: Via dell’ Aeroporto di Fiumicino, 320, 00054 Fiumicino Rome, Italy
  • Telephone: +39-06 65 951
  • Airport Rome You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to eat in Rome

Where to eat in Rome
Aroma
It didn't take long until the Aroma, the new restaurant on the roof-top terrace of the hotel in the Palazzo Manfredo in Rome attracted the local gourmets. The unrestricted view on the Colosseum and Domus Aurea was probably yet another reason for that. In the kitchen, local hero Guiseppe die Iroio wields the sceptre. He plants the herbs for his dishes himself, to be smelled at on the terrace: thyme, rosemary, sage and mint. On the menu it takes the following form: medallions of calf with white truffles, twisted pasta with turbot, tuna tartare wit ginger and date soufflé or figs soufflé. His cuisine has already been rewarded the Five-Star-Diamond-Award from the renowned American Academy of Hospitality Sciences. Below-stairs, in the wine cellar, 300 vintage wines are storing under sommelier's Martin Pechev ward. These demand an appropriate appearance from the male guests: long trousers and shirt!
Spanish Steps
Fabrica

Where to shop in Rome

Where to shop in Rome
weTAD Store
A concept store should have a clear concept. The weTAD founders knew from the beginning that they wanted to open a flower shop. Still, you have to put them into something and so they also started to sell vases. And once there is such a nice smell, why not sell a few beautifully scented cosmetics along with it? O.k. And a hairdresser would also go well with the cosmetics. Wearing artistic creations on your head, why not put some on the wall, too? Oh, you look tired, how about an espresso in our café? Or just lay down for a bit on our sofas here, which, by the way, are also for sale. This is how it probably happened, because today the weTAD Concept Store sells just about anything: Flowers, modern art, furniture, coffee and night lotions. And, of course, fashion, preferably from Vivienne Westwood and Alexander Wang. Never seen anything like that? Then it's time to take a look into the weTAD Concept Store, which has everything except for a concept.
Saddlers Union
Ferragamo

What to see in Rome

What to see in Rome
Moa Casa
Who's better, the Swedes or the Italians? Last year most would have said that it depends on your tastes. The Italians have traditionally specialized in baroque knickknacks, lots of brocade and kitsch ribbons, while the Swedes swore by practical, striped and minimalist furniture. Now everything is different, because today everyone agrees: Back to the roots, charming and cosy furniture made of precious wood should help you live the easy life! Europe is finally united. Each year more than a thousand visitors storm the Moa Casa.  Some are there to evaluate the trends and others to buy the newest in interior design. 200 exhibitors work their customers on 20,000 square meters. If you need a break from all the furniture, you don't need to walk very far: Next to the MOA Casa the MOA Gustibus offers tastes of traditional Italian specialties, and naturally for purchase, too.
Maxxi Museum
Lazio vs. Inter

Where to stay in Rome

Where to stay in Rome
Lord Byron Hotel
Rome was built on seven hills, on the eighth stands the Hotel Byron. It goes without saying that the view from rooms with balconies or terraces is awesome. Yet you can enjoy more than the view of Rome, but also of the amazing gardens of Villa Borghese and the ritzy neighbourhood Paroli. The Byron Hotel is no less classy with its lavish Art Deco. We are back in the 1930s, carefully watched from the walls by the painted VIPs of the past. Marble bath, walk-in wardrobe and all sorts of modern facilities that would have been unthinkable in Byron's days top the experience: W-Lan, satellite TV and air-conditioning. The cuisine of the restaurant Sapori del Lord Byron is just as modern. It's rumoured to be one of Rome's best and offers excellent wines. Double starting at 280,- Euro per night.
Capo D'Africa
Orange Hotel

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