Rome wasn't built in a day. Since ancient times the Eternal City still continues to impress the people who visit her. There are so many places to visit, things to see and food & drink along the way, so here's a selection of what you can expect! Rome is the city which accommodates another city inside, the Vatican. The smallest state in the world represents the apex of Christian Catholic foundation. In the Vatican don't miss St. Peter’s square, St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican museums including the Sistine Chapel with famous Michelangelo’s “Last Judgment”.
After immersing yourself in Catholic Rome, get back to the origins with a tour of Ancient Rome. Starting from the Colosseum, visit the Roman forum, Palatine Hill, Capitoline Hill, Oppian hill, Circum Maximums, and Pantheon all of which are reachable on foot from one to the other. Italy is famous for its food and there are also specialties depending on region. Rome has its own, too. Roman style thin & crispy pizzas, Pasta: Spaghetti alla Carbonara , Bucatini all’Amatriciana, Roman style artichokes, and the Jewish style Roman cuisine in ghetto district.
Alessandro Palace is in a strategic location in the heart of Rome. Combine that with great tips on how to visit the Eternal City and a busy hostel bar, it's easy to see why Alessandro Palace is the Best hostel in town!
Escapade to Rome
Mailing a lot of postcards to your friends and family back at home from the beautiful Vatican City or going to Campo de' Fiori to sample on the balsamic vinegars and olive oils can be one of the unique activities to do while touring every corner of Rome. As if it's a super-huge magnet for all travellers, Rome has become the centre for all kinds of activities related to history, food and nightlife. If you are a backpacker travelling on a tight budget, there is a lot of Rome hostels around the city where you can get good deals with.