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Visit the Top 10 attractions in Rome with Coach Charter Europe - your bus rental partner

Visit the Top 10 attractions in Rome with Coach Charter Europe - your bus rental partner
Coach Charter Europe team would like to invite your group to Rome which is one of the most romantic and inspiring cities in the world.. In this article, we will look at some of the most visited places in this wonderful city. Rome is one of the best and oldest cities in the world. Rome’s history has spanned more than 2,500 years and has been a center of influence, politics , culture and growth since its inception. The creation of the city is steeped in legend and mythology, and there are various accounts of how this magnificent place was created. Several Roman emperors and Casers have ruled the mighty Rome, and this is the place from which the immense Roman Empire developed.

Coach Charter Europe bus company has been thriving in coach charter business for more than 48 years. We offer a choice of several sizes of bus rental and fleet facilities in our nearby bus depot. From Leonardo da Vinci Airport or Ciampino Airport our airport shuttle will take you to the chosen hotel in Rome immediately. Our tour bus with a driver can help you explore the highlights of Romei with ease. There is also an opportunity to hire a coach with a driver to travel to other cities or surrounding countries for several days. For any itinerary, while visiting the beautiful surrounding area of Rome, the Coach Charter Europe charter bus is recommended. To learn more about the available charter bus services, simply send your request via email to Coach Charter Europe's Incoming Rental Bus section.

We welcome you to the top 10 ideas on your next trip to Rome: 

1. Colosseum

This massive stone amphitheater, located east of the Roman Forum, more commonly known as the Colosseum, was built around 70. p.m.ē. by order of the Emperor of Vespasia of the Flavian dynasty as a gift to the Roman people. It was at a time when his son Tits officially opened a hundred days of games for gladiatorial or wildlife fighting, and the Colosseum was officially called the Flavian Amphitheater. After more than four centuries of intensive use, the building was gradually abandoned and its stones reused in new buildings until the 18th century.Today, the Colosseum is one of the most recognizable monuments in Rome. Its shape has more or less served as a model for all sports stadiums in the future, and the building was already a real architectural challenge at the time, with almost 60,000 seats and 10,000 parking spaces. Architects of the time even thought of installing almost 80 entrances to avoid long queues and allow all visitors to take their seats in just a few minutes.

2. Roman Forum

Located in the former capital of the empire, the Rome Forum is a collection of public spaces and temples that made the place an important social, political and commercial center. Like most buildings in ancient Rome, the Forum was used as pasture after the fall of the Roman Empire. It is a historically significant place, as you will find, among other things, the Tempio di Giulio Cesare (or the Temple of Julius Caesar) in the fortress of Augustus, where Caesar was cremated. In the forum you will also find Lapis Niger - a large slab of black marble, which, according to legend, covers the tomb of the founder of Rome, Romulis. Walk along Via Sacra, imagining that more than 20 centuries ago Caesar walked on the same cobblestones.

3. Vatican

The Vatican is the smallest independent country in the world, with an area of less than 500 square meters, most of which is surrounded by the Vatican walls. Inside you will find gardens and the Vatican Palace, St. Peter's Basilica and the square of the same name. In St. Peter's Basilica, Rome's largest cathedral, you will find a masterpiece of Michelangelo's art. If you want to enjoy another of the artist's most significant works, we recommend visiting the Sistine Chapel. Here you can admire the magnificent fresco. It is also recommended to look at St. John's Cathedral, where the headquarters are located.

4. The Pantheon

The majestic Pantheon is one of the best preserved ancient Roman buildings in the world and one of Rome's most popular attractions. Completed in 118 AD by Emperor Hadrian, the structure that stands today was originally constructed on the site of the former temple commissioned by Agrippa. At the front of the structure stands a rectangular porch lined with large columns and dedicated to Agrippa on a triangular pediment. The interior features a splendid dome with a collection of stone patterns and a central case. 

5. Spanish Steps

Located in Piazza di Spagna and Piazza Trinita dei Monti, 135 Spanish Steps were designed in 1725 to bridge the gap and the slope between these two common squares. Each of the 135 steps features a wide stone ledge and is surrounded by stone walls. At the top of the steps you can find a huge obelisk crucifix and several inscriptions carved into a stone. At the bottom of the steps, the Piazza di Spagna is spacious and includes a number of shops and cafes. Instead, at the top of the stairs is the Trinita dei Monti chapel, which in itself is a fine attraction. 

6. Sistine Chapel

Part of the Vatican Museum Complex, the Sistine Chapel is one of the most famous religious chapels in the world and has a remarkable amount of imagery and iconography. Situated in the Vatican City's Apostolic Palace, the Sistine Chapel was extensively renovated in the 1400's and the place where the papal exile takes place – it is here that a new pope is appointed. The Sistine Chapel is especially famous for its extensive and detailed decorations, including the Last Judgment fresco by Michelangelo and the ceiling artwork.

7. Piazza Navona

Built on the site of the Domitian stadium, Piazza Navona was built in the 15th century and has remained a popular attraction ever since. Located in the immediate proximity of the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, the square is a wonderful place to explore while walking around the city centre. This wide square is typically full of artists and street vendors and the surrounding buildings frame the open space beautifully. Notable features of the square include the Fontana del Moro and the Fountain of Neptune with their beautiful sculptures.

8. Palatine Hill

Palatine Hill is one of the oldest areas of modern Rome and is the most central hill in the Tiber region. Located 40 meters above the ancient Roman Forum, it provides a great viewing spot and from here you can see the expanse of Rome spread out before your eyes. In Roman mythology, this is the place where the famous Romulus and Remus were allegedly found, who then went on to create the city of Rome. Many buildings still stand on this site today, including the Flavian Palace and the Templar.

9. Villa Borghese Gardens

Situated inside the Borghese Villa estate, the gardens of the same name are a true victory and a welcome respite from the plethora of historical architecture found in Rome. Being the third largest park in Rome, the gardens occupy just less than 200 acres of land and include the Borghese Gallery and the National Modern Art Gallery. The garden includes many parts, including the Casino Borghese, which includes sculptures by Bernini, the Villa Giulia, which contains the Etruscan Museum and the remains of other villas. In addition, you can also find different paths and trails that lead through the extensive layout of plant life and trees, and landscaped garden areas with flower arrangements, fountains and beautiful water bodies.

10. Trastevere

This ancient part of Rome is considered to be one of the few places where you can see authentic Roman life and get a real feel for the city and how its inhabitants live. Located on the west side of the River Tiber, Trastevere is the 13th district of Rome and is packed full of narrow cobbled streets and character. Ancient houses line winding streets and many pubs, restaurants, cafes and bars can be found here as well. It's not uncommon to see the laundry between the streets and the locals yell for each other from building to building.

We hope these suggestions can make your Rome tour plans exciting. Exploring Rome will open your eyes and your senses to new and interesting experiences in a little discovered part of the world. There are so many places to enjoy in Rome in terms of heritage, arts, gastronomy, culture, learning and outdoor adventure. 

Coach Charter Europe provides support to tour busses at every stage of the journey. Coach Charter Europe's Bus Company has more than 48 years of experience in the coach hire industry to ensure that your group can make the most of their planned trip. Bus Rental welcomes your request for any coach service you need for your next trip, whether it's airport shuttle service, day bus service or multi-day charter bus service. Tour Bus company's modern busses come in a variety of sizes that can offer the best size for your group's travel needs. Coach Charter Europe has professional drivers who understand the reservations team. Coach Charter Europe is ready to take your travel plans by bus to offer the best quote for your next trip to Rome. 



Top 10 places in Rome | Bus Charter | Coach rental
David McGuffin’s Exploring Europe, Inc.
Top 10 places in Rome | Bus Charter | Coach rental
My company, David McGuffin’s Exploring Europe, has partnered with Coach Charter Germany and Irro Reisen on several occasions. In all cases, their services have been professional, safe, and friendly. Working with the Irro family has been a pleasure! The coaches are late-models, clean and well maintained. Irro Reisen drivers are professionals and have been friendly and helpful with our guests. An added bonus for my company is the all quotes and transactions are in US Dollars, which guarantees my pricing will not change with currency fluctuations.


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