Author: Petya Tsaneva
Published: 2012
Number of pages: 224
Format: Paperback
Language: Bulgarian
PRICE: €7.99 / $8.99

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Everyone soon or late comes round by Rome”, says the poet Robert Browning. When your way also takes you to Rome you will immerse into a world of picturesque Italian streets, full of romance and charm, ancient ruins, enchanting piazzas, magnificent fountains and imposing obelisks…With our guide, TOP 40 Rome, we would like to show you all this and more, and help you experience one truly unforgettable and exciting Roman Holiday!
The guide is organized into three chapters:
Chapter One introduces you to the city and gives you an overview of the Eternal City – from its geography, climate, origin and ancient history to the Vatican, the Pope, the world famous Italian cuisine and many more.
Chapter Two reveals the TOP 40 tourist sites in Rome and the Vatican, listed in alphabetical order. For each sight, you will find information about its history, interesting facts, opening hours and entrance fees, official website, address and closest metro station.
Chapter Three contains practical information about airports, how to get to and from them, public and tourist transport, Roma Pass, the Omnia Vatican & Rome card, hotels, safety tips and many more.

The guide also includes:
300 Colour Photographs – the large number of photographs will help you navigate your way through the ancient city easier.
Colour Text Boxes with Curious Information – the colour text boxes throughout the guide point your attention to those little hints, interesting facts, local stories and legends which make your visit so much more exciting and enjoyable.
Official Websites – we have also provided the official websites of the tourist sites, airports, public transport services, the Roma Pass, hop-on hop-off bus tours, Rome’s tourist website, etc. This allows you to easily check the official websites for any updates or for more information when planning your trip.
City Map – the map of central Rome shows the tourist attractions, described in Chapter Two, the major bus and train station, metro stations, etc., making it easier for you to plan your daily itineraries.
Transport Network Maps – Rome’s transport network maps are also included in case you opt in for exploring the city entirely or partially by public transport.