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Visit Rome

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Rome is considered the eternal city, a place where the architectural, historical, artistic and cultural wonders are different and unfold over several centuries, starting from antiquity to reach the present day.

According to tradition, it was founded in 753 BC. and it was the first great metropolis of humanity, the Latin language was born here and was the capital of the Roman Empire, the Papal States and the Kingdom of Italy. Inside, Rome houses the enclave of the Vatican city.

In the itineraries most loved by tourists there is certainly the Basilica of San Pietro, still one of the largest churches in the world. The Basilica stands in the place where, according to tradition, the apostle Peter was buried. The construction of the current Basilica lasted about two hundred years and was the work of various artists, including Bramante, Michelangelo and Bernini. The dome was designed by Michelangelo. Inside the Basilica there is the famous statue of Michelangelo's Pietà. Outside, the Basilica is characterized by a colonnade of 284 Doric columns, designed by Bernini, which seems to embrace the faithful.

One of the most famous monuments in the world is probably the Colosseum, whose real name is Flavian Amphitheater. The Colosseum was commissioned by the emperor Vespasian and was intended for gladiatorial combat and games, and for hunting simulations with exotic and ferocious animals.

Another symbolic monument is the Trevi fountain. The fountain takes its waters from one of the oldest Roman aqueducts and depicts Ocean on a shell-shaped chariot, pulled by sea horses, led by tritons. According to a legend, pulling a coin into the fountain ensures a return to the eternal city.

The Pantheon, dedicated to the worship of all the gods, was built by the emperor Hadrian between 118 and 125 AD. on the remains of a previous temple. In the dome of the Pantheon there is a large circular opening, Oculus, 9 meters wide, which lets in sunlight, or rainwater, which is then captured by holes in the floor. Since 1870, inside the Pantheon there are the remains of the kings of Italy and the great Renaissance artist Raffaello Sanzio.

For lovers of archeology, the obligatory stage of the tour are the Imperial Forums, which extend between the Capitol and the Quirinale. It was Julius Caesar, in 54 BC to command the construction of a new square, given that the ancient Republican Forum was no longer sufficient for the huge empire he had built. Over time, the Forum of Augustus, the Transitional Forum and the Trajan's Forum were added to the Forum of Caesar.

Among the most beautiful squares in Rome we point out: Piazza di Spagna, which opens in front of the Pincio hill, at the foot of the Trinità dei Monti staircase; Piazza Navona, built where the Stadium of Domitian once stood, is today a meeting point with street artists and outdoor cafes; Campo de 'Fiori, market in the morning and nerve center of nightlife in the evening, was once the stage for public executions.

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Visit Naples

Naples is one of the largest and most enchanting cities of art in the Mediterranean. Capital of the Campania region is, by size, the third Italian municipality after Rome and Milan.

Renowned for its artistic, architectural, cultural specialties but above all for its culinary art, Naples is a favorite destination for Italians and foreigners from all over the world.

The city dominates the homonymous gulf, which extends from the Sorrento peninsula to the volcanic area of ​​the Campi Flegrei and offers a very suggestive view, with the imposing Vesuvius volcano and, in the distance, three magnificent islands - Capri, Ischia and Procida - which they look like little jewels born from the sea. In addition to its beautiful landscapes, Naples owes its well-deserved fame also to the charm of a historic center that tells 2500 years of history and was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1995.

The daily and artistic life of Naples winds through its streets and its neighborhoods teeming with life and monuments, from the Health and the Spanish neighborhoods built in the 16th century, a popular area full of colors and folklore, to the itineraries that wind along the streets main. An immense street considered the city's road artery is the famous "Spaccanapoli" which divides the ancient city in two. Spaccanapoli is a long straight road consisting of 7 streets, which runs along a very long itinerary that will lead you to discover some of the most beautiful and important places in Naples. This road has very ancient origins, since it corresponds with one of the three decumani in which the Romans organized the city, based on the previous plan designed by the Greeks. Today Spaccanapoli surprises visitors who walk it, not only for the buildings that characterize it or the squares it crosses, but also because it allows you to understand the soul of Naples, to discover the scents of this city and the lifestyle of its inhabitants.

Inside the Cathedral, it is worth visiting the Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro which houses, among other things, relics of the saint's blood.

From Maschio Angioino you can leave for a backward itinerary towards Piazza del Plebiscito, framed by the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola, which echoes the Roman Pantheon in its forms, and from the Royal Palace, residence of the Bourbons. Among the other buildings worthy of visit there are, then, the Monastery of Santa Chiara, with the splendid decorations of the Cloister of the Poor Clares, the Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore, which preserves evidence of Greek-Roman structures in the internal cloister, the Royal Palace of Capodimonte, with the National Galleries which collect works by Tiziano, Raffaello, Correggio, Masaccio, Mantegna and Caravaggio and various museums including the Gaetano Filangieri Civic Museum.

The intense cultural life of this art capital unfolds, as well as in museums such as the Madre, also along the cafes of the Galleria Umberto I and its premises are teeming with life even in the evening, when Naples becomes the city of university students, musicians, pizza and good company.

We also recommend an original itinerary, that of the undergrounds of Naples. Already the first inhabitants of the Gulf, five thousand years ago, began to excavate secret tunnels in the tuffaceous stone of volcanic origin that constitutes the subsoil of Naples. Then the Greeks and Romans continued the excavations, building long underground tunnels and cisterns. During the Second World War these galleries played a fundamental role in allowing the population to escape the bombing, and today the undergrounds of Naples represent a very interesting tourist itinerary.

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Locations in Rome
Roma Termini bin. 24: Via G. Giolitti 34, 00185
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Roma Bufalotta: Via della Bufalotta, 127
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Locations in Florence
Address:Garage Redi - Viale Francesco Redi, 53 - 50144 Drop Point Garage Excelsior - Via Palazzuolo, 94 - 50123
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Locations in Naples
Address:Viale Umberto Maddalena 55A, 80144 Napoli (Aereoporto Capodichino). Parcheggio Via Milano, 104/106 - 80142 (Napoli)
Phone:+39 08118750724



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