Is Rome a beautiful place?

With its ancient buildings positioned right in the middle of the everyday life, a wide (although not the best color) river right in the middle of the city, and more sunny days than not, Rome is not just beautiful, it's stunning.

There is no place in the world that has that feeling of the once greatest city in the world, now forced to be one among the others. Rome knows it isn't like the others and will try to remind you when you are least expecting it.

There is so much beauty that one life is not going to be enough to see it all, and it's mostly hidden in plain sight.

This said, it can also be a challenging place in terms of organization, public transportation, and lately, sadly, cleanliness (still way above New York though).

Also if you can have a good Carbonara pasta and a glass of amazing wine for a ridicoulos cheap price, sitting outside in the summer right after dawn, take a moment to ask this question again to yourself, and you will have the answer.

Yes, Rome is beautiful place.

Rome is the capital of Italy and the largest and most populous city in the country. It covers an area of 1,285 square klm and has nearly 3 million residents. Rome was built on the seven hills, a term coined to describe the Capitoline, Quirinal, Viminal, Esquiline, Caelian, Aventine and Palatine hills surrounding the old community. The most famous landmark of Italy and one of the most famous in the whole world, the Colosseum attracts million of tourists every year. It was built in 80 BC and it still remains hugely impressive.

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