The examples of classic, medieval, renaissance, baroque and neo-classic art are Rome Piazza Navonaendless and the city is like an open museum where traces from the past millenniums can been seen everywhere strolling through the streets. On archaeological sites like the Roman Forum, the Coliseum and the Palatine hill the past glory of the Emperors and the wild atmosphere of the gladiator games can easily be revived.

In renaissance Rome masterpieces of famous artists like Raphael and Caravaggio can be admired in a setting of picturesque streets and squares full of craftsman workshops, antiques shops and typical trattorias and important baroque artists like Bernini and Borromini have left their unique inheritance to be admired all over the city in eternity.

Picture by Helena Bovin - click on left corner for linkWondering along the galleries of the Vatican Museums you will pass by breathtaking Roman mosaics, sculptures from ancient Greece and Rome, spectacular frescoed ceilings and tapestries and of course Michelangelo’s world famous frescoes in the Sistine Chapel.

The atmosphere of Rome is unforgettable, romantic and mysterious and offer endless possibilities for all kind of visitors!

Few other cities in the World can offer such a splendid mixture of history, art, beautiful hotels, high tech conference facilities, splendid locations for prestigious gala dinners, restaurants with a genuine atmosphere and endless opportunities to create personalised activities.