Rome is a capital of art. The Villa Borghese gallery and the works preserved in the Vatican Museums are two of the many examples of the extraordinary cultural heritage of the city. From the enchanting works by Bernini, to the magnificence of the Trevi Fountain, to the incomparable Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo, Rome is an open-air museum.
At the Colosseum and along Via dei Fori Imperiali you can admire the remains of ancient Rome, an imperial past that still fascinates visitors from all over the world by offering a view of the evocative catacombs and buildings that are part of the Trajan's Markets.
If you want to immerse yourself in the most popular Rome and spend a fun evening, head to Trastevere among restaurants and clubs open until late, or turn towards Via Veneto, immersing yourself in the 'Dolce Vita' of yesteryear.
The Ara di Marte is also an excellent solution for business customers who find comfortable accommodation in its rooms near the State Law Office (Palazzo Vanvitelli), Palazzo Madama (Senate of the Republic) and Palazzo Montecitorio (Chamber of Deputies).