Besides, Rome, also known as the Eternal city, keeps and saves the remains and traces of an epoch that can be considered as the cradle of our culture.
Rome still conserves in perfect condition many of the monuments that marked a landmark in the first Emperors age. But it is not limited on this. The city has being evolving and growing up under the eyes of some of the biggest artists of all kinds. With the ages and years and not happy with having some of the most ancient wonders like the Coliseum, the Pantheon of Agripa, the Trajans’ Column or the House of the Vestals, Rome kept seducing artists that decorated its beautiful streets and buildings with some masterpieces like the well-known Fontana di Trevi, Saint Peter in the Vatican, the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, the Campidoglio, the Piazza di Spagna or the Ponte Sant'Angelo.
But Rome wasn’t conformed with being the cradle of culture and art and wanted to go further. Rome decided to conquer all its visitors with its nice inhabitants, with its soft weather and a gastronomy that you will always remember from the most delicious ice-cream to the most elaborated rigatoni.
If we agree in something is that Rome is not known the Eternal city; Rome is the eternity as a city.