What more can be said about the Eternal City that you don't already know or wish to know?
Italy's capital has been one of the most important cities in the world for over 2000 years. There is so much to see that even the locals have trouble cramming everything in!
One of the most beautiful things about Rome is that wherever you turn, there's always the possibility of finding a hidden treasure. Whether it's something from ancient Roman times, the medieval period when the capital of the Catholic Church influenced the whole of Europe, the cultural explosion of the Italian renaissance right up to Mussolini's monuments of the early twentieth century and the buildings of today, Rome has everything in abundance.
There are the most famous monuments such as the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, St. Peter's Basilica, the Pantheon, the monument of Vittorio Emanuele II, Piazza del Campidoglio, Castel Sant'Angelo, the list is endless. Not to mention museums such as the Vatican (with the Sistine Chapel), Rome's ancient catacombs, the many gorgeous city parks such as Villa Borghese and the famous seven pilgrim churches (St. Peter's, St. John Lateran, St. Paul Outside-the-Walls, Santa Maria Maggiore, St. Lawrence Outside-the-Walls, the Holy Cross of Jerusalem and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Divine Love).
Do we also have to tell you about the the seven hills of Rome, the Mouth of Truth, the Spanish Steps, or Circo Massimo? Just remember that all roads lead here!
All you need to know here is that La Vignola can organise day trips to Rome, departing in the morning and returning after dinner (you can't miss the experience of eating dinner at an authentic Roman Osteria!). Or if you feel more adventurous, you can go there alone by car (a 50 minute journey on the A1 motorway) or there is a regional train that takes you from Ceprano to the centre of Rome in under 2 hours).