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Dubbed as the Eternal City, Rome is a city that is rich in art and history while boasting a reputation as among Europe's greatest intellectual, cultural, and religious centres. Aside from being the capital of Italy, Rome also serves as a seat for the Pope. The city's interesting legends and major monuments are best experienced with the help of cheap car hire in Rome Rail Station or from the (Fiumicino) Leonardo da Vinci and the Ciampino that accommodates some international and most domestic flights.

The Vatican remains one of the key landmarks of Rome that stands in the heart of the city and it boasts a collection of priceless art. Cheap car hire in Rome Rail Station allows travelers to reach the Vatican to explore its museums, St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Library, and the Sistine chapel. The Colosseum is also one of Rome's prized monuments that stands as one of the reminders of the city's glorious days. Surrounding the area houses the historical ruins of the Forum and the Palatino.

Rome is home to numerous ancient marble ruins and columns with some of them still standing beside modern structures and busy streets. The Piazza Venezia stands by King Victor Emmanuel II's monument while the Renaissance Palace called the Palazzo Venezia serves as a reminder of Mussolini when he addressed the masses from that location. There is also the Pantheon, which is known for its magnificent architecture, as well as the Baths of Caracalla that was once home to many shops, gym facilities, libraries, and gardens.

Shopping needs in Rome are fulfilled through visits to the designer stores of Via Condotti or affordable establishments at the Via del Corso. Travellers can also eat like Romans with a taste of local dishes served in the old Jewish quarter or the Trastevere. Rome is also known for its ice cream and coffee.

Day trips to the Ostia Antica at the Tiber River is made possible with a car rental service so the traveller can view the ruins serving as a reminder of an empire-gone-by. The ruins of Pompei can also be visited along with Tivoli, which is a hilltop resort that has been catering to the elite ever since the time of Ancient Rome with its notable places like the Villa Adriana. From Rome, archaeological sites of Etruscan origin can be visited that is noted for its tombs.