The city of Rome is undoubtedly one of the most historical and fascinating cities in the entire world. With classical Roman architecture still intact and preserved from as far back as 70AD and earlier, anybody can travel through the city and see the evolution of Rome throughout the ages. Being on the forefront of culture, Renaissance Rome is famous for its distinguishably unique art forms that are present in their architecture, paintings and music. From a wide range of Holiday houses, you can select a holiday home in Rome nearer to the city centre or possibly a holiday villa Rome, closer to the coast within one of Rome's many smaller provinces. Either way, the sunny, sandy beaches of Italy will never be far away from your holiday home in Rome.
Rome is alive day and night
During the night time, the ruins of Rome light up the night sky, just think of it as a ancient Times Square. This ancient city really never sleeps, with an array of dance festivals, bars and English speaking theatres to dazzle you, you'll be spoilt for choice. Rome's night time climate averages out at almost 20 degrees allowing you to enjoy the city of Rome in comfortable weather.
A great holiday all year round
Italy's climate allows for great holiday making in holiday homes in Rome all year round due to it's mild but warm temperatures in the winters and it's sunny, higher temperatures in the Summer. Rome's famous seasonal dishes such as saucy pastas in the winter and grilled and barbecued meals for the summer, also add that bit of variation you desire in your holidays. If variation is what you're looking for, Rome is the right place. The city has many quarters as well as being within reach of a wide range of delightful towns such as Tivoli and Guidonia. Days at the beach aren't far away either with the Seaside town of Lido only a half hour's drive from Rome's centre and the province of Viterbo is also close by and one to check out.