ROME is known for its unparalleled history. It attracts visitors wishing to discover the city’s striking monuments and archaeological sites while enjoying its renowned cuisine and sparkling atmosphere.
With attractions such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and Circus Maximus, visitors can get a taste of a rich history full of gladiators in an arena, chariots crashing during a wild race and Roman public life once upon a time.

La Nuvola, which translates to ‘the cloud,’ is one of the most iconic buildings in the entire City of Rome. The EUR neighborhood was built in the 1930s to host the Universal Exhibition in Rome, and today it has become a business district that welcomes professionals and international guests from all over the world. The area stands for architectural greatness–from buildings and gardens to streets and infrastructures. All roads lead to Rome.