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Rome Cruises gives more allure to this fascinating city


Rome is the capital as well as the most populated and largest city of Italy. The city is located on the Tiber River and has two and a half thousand years of rich history. This explains about the sights, the artistic treasure, and architectural wonders in Rome. Even in the ancient time, Rome was the capital of the Roman Empire, the Roman Kingdom, and the Roman Republic.

The land where great artists and spiritual leaders once walked is today known as the Rome. The land of the pope, Michelangelo, or Leonardo is today a museum city with ancient sites, marvelous architecture, and beautiful works of art filling it with an ambience of rich culture and heritage. Today Rome is a 21st century city at par with other cities but still has a strong connection to the past.

Rome is one of the places an ardent traveler must visit and to make the experience more wonderful, one should try the Rome cruises. The experience of cruising to this wondrous city cannot be equaled by other forms of travel.

First-time travelers will be pleasantly pleased by the beautiful layout of the city despite its heavy population. The Tiber River running through the city along with the seven hills gives an intriguing quality to Rome.

Rome Cruises: Enjoy the city the more exciting way


Rome cruises use the Civitavecchia port as the entrance to bask in the glory of this ancient city. The many wonders to explore in Rome, while on Rome cruises, include the St. Peter's Basilica, the Pantheon, Sistine Chapel, and the Forum. It is a city where spiritual, historical, artistic, and archeological sights flourish in abundance. Considering the traffic, the drive to Rome from Civitavecchia can be covered in about an hour and a half.

Sights which you cannot miss while on Rome cruises include:

St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City and the Vatican Museums. The Sistine Chapel is located here and the best part of this area is that the museums and the Basilica are grouped together across the Tiber River.

The Colosseum, Pantheon, Vittorio Emanuele Monument (near the colosseum), the Trevi Fountain, the Galleria Borghese displaying works of Raphael, Titian, and Caravaggio) are the other places worth visiting. The shops of Rome are also a must visit, if you love shopping. And do not forget to enjoy a cup of great coffee at the cafes.

How much you see of Rome will depend on the itinerary on the Rome cruises. If it's a single day cruise, you will have to decide on the sites you want to visit as one day is not enough to experience Rome. You can book a tour to take you to the most important sights.

When in Rome, be a Roman - you can drop a coin in the Trevi Fountain that is said to seal an unwritten pledge with Rome that you will visit her again.





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