Rome is the capital of Italy, the capital of the Lazio region, the homonymous province and one of Europe’s most historic cities. It is the most populous municipality in Italy with 2,705,603 inhabitants (2006). The larger metropolitan area has a population of about 3,700,000, making it the largest municipality in Italy. It ranks sixth in the European population after Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Athens. Within its limits lies the Vatican, a separate state that is the seat of the Catholic Church and the Pope. Rome is a city with a great history and a remarkable contribution to science, culture and arts. For this reason, as well as for its numerous and outstanding beauty monuments, it has been given the name “the eternal city”. Its historic center has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1980.

Arriving

Rome has Two Airports Operating International Flights in Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Rome Airport Fiumicino) and Roma Ciampino Airport

Leonardo da Vinci Airport (Fiumicino)

Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Fiumicino) is Italy’s largest airport, with more than 29 million passengers per year.

It was launched in 1956 and has undergone a number of expansion operations since then. It’s in Fiumicino, Rome, and it’s serving.

Smoking is not allowed at airports

It is one of the two centers of the Italian air carrier Alitalia, along with – Malpensa, Milan, it is about 29 km by car from the historic center of the city of Rome.

Huge story

According to mythology, Romulus laid Rome on the Palatino Hill on April 21, 753 BC. He then killed Remo’s twin brother and became her first king. Another myth wants the noble Aenia from Troy, who left when Troy was destroyed in the Trojan War, to be the founder of Rome, but this myth was invented by the Roman senators when Rome became an empire and they wanted it to be a political continuation of another major city. Archeological findings confirm that settlements existed in the region as early as the 8th century BC. Rome was the capital in turn in the Roman Kingdom, the Roman Republic and eventually the Roman Empire. At its peak, its influence was spreading almost throughout Europe and the Mediterranean coast, with its population estimated to have exceeded one million. With the transition to Christianity, it became a religion and established as the seat of the Catholic Church. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the city reigned and the population

The Civitavecchia Barcelona line connects Rome with Spain. There is currently only 1 offshore company for this line and is operating services, Grimaldi Lines. The passage is up to 4 times per week with a duration of approximately 20 hours 1 minute.

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