Rome, the 'Eternal City', is the capital and largest city of Italy and of the Lazio region. It's the famed city of the Roman Empire, the Seven Hills, La Dolce Vita, the Vatican City and Three Coins in the Fountain.
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The Vatican City is the world center of Catholicism. As a district of Rome, it encompasses the Vatican City State, as well as the surrounding Roman neighborhoods of Borgo and Prati.
The Modern Center of Rome, home to the Via Veneto, Quirinale, Castro Pretorio, Repubblica, and Trevi neighborhoods, is the city's hub of activity, especially shopping and nightlife.
Trastevere is a district in Rome. The district's name derives from the Latin words "Trans Tiberem": beyond the Tiber river.
Old Rome is the historic medieval and renaissance center of Rome. While the oldest section of Rome is at the Forum, and the …
North Central Rome is a district of Rome, covering the areas around Piazza di Spagna, Piazza del Popolo and Parioli, as well as the magnificent Villa Borghese and its gardens.
The South of Rome includes the historic Appian Way and nearby catacombs, as well as important tourist attractions in EUR, and San Paolo.
The Colosseo district is the heart of ancient Rome. It has the Colosseum, the Forum, and the Capitoline Museum.
Aventino and Testaccio are neighborhoods of Rome. Aventino is named for the hill which rises up near the Tiber river and is one of the legendary seven hills of Rome.
Esquilino and San Giovanni are adjacent neighborhoods in Rome. Esquilino is named for the Esquiline hill on which it stands.
Nomentano is a district of Rome, comprising the entirety of Municipio III. The San Lorenzo neighborhood is a student area south-east of Rome's main train station.
The North of Rome is comprised of Municipi 4, 15–20.
Frascati is one of the Castelli Romani, historic hill towns to the South East of Rome.
Subiaco is a city in Lazio in Italy. The Benedictine Order originated here and the city is thus a major site for religious pilgrimage.
Castel Gandolfo is a city in the province of Rome. It is in the area southeast of Rome known as the Castelli Romani and is mainly known as the summer residence of the Pope.