Rome, Italy · September 5-9, 2012
Your Time to Shine
Some have described Rome as the most powerful and important city in the world’s history. Once considered the “Caput Mundi” (Capitol of the world), Rome is now a bubbling cauldron of ancient power and modern style.
Impressive structures like the Colloseum remind its visitors that Rome was once the most powerful city in the world, while the Piazza Navona and Villa Borghese portray Rome’s softer, more artistic side. Rome’s guests can enjoy an afternoon gazing at the beautiful Spanish Steps, or a moment of reflection while strolling through the Imperial Forums. When you need sustenance, grab a table in an outdoor café near the Pantheon. You’ll soon find yourself enjoying a plate of some of the best pasta in the world, all while taking in the sights and sounds of the busy thoroughfare.
Rome has adapted to the flare of modern life while maintaining the history and beauty of ancient times. Majestic architecture, breathtaking artistry, and gelato that will drive you crazy.