I am free to Rome in Italy: Visiting Rome and others during the Holiday season


Traveling is a wonderful experience, but it’s one that can be quite overwhelming for first-time tourists or explorers. There are so many incredible places that you’re told you have to see, but you don’t have the time or money to see them all. And if you have been traveling before then you might be wondering if there’s anything left to see. Well, the beauty of traveling is that no single person can see everything in the world. So here are some magnificent cities from around the globe that you might not have explored yet.



Rome, Italy:

The capital of Italy is a beautiful city with a lot of history and heritage to admire. It’s also a city with a vibrant and growing modern side, but you’ll probably want to start by exploring some of the fascinating monuments of ancient Rome. After all, sites such as the Colosseum are absolutely iconic, and seeing these spectacles in person really is an experience unlike any other. You should also visit the Mausoleum of Hadrian if you want to see a building that’s an architecturally-impressive and historically-intriguing monument to the Roman Emperor Hadrian. There’s so much history in this incredible city, and that’s why it’s popular with tourists from all over the world. Of course, that does mean you need to plan out your transportation route well. You might even want to look into Civitavecchia car tours. This is a particularly stunning and very popular region in the city, but it’s well worth exploring properly. Rome is a city that’s best appreciated in person. Photos don’t do it justice.




Brussels, Belgium:

Brussels is a city that you might associate with big political events, but don’t be hasty to brush it aside. This isn’t a dull setting for people in suits to make policies; it’s a beautiful destination that offers a lot of culture and exciting things to see. The astounding Atomium, for starters, is worth admiring. It’s a breathtaking steel landmark containing a restaurant in the top sphere that offers an incredible view of Brussels. It’s a structure depicting atoms, and it was built as a testament to scientific progress. Nearby, there’s also a miniature model park of European landmarks; you should see that too. Of course, there’s more to Brussels than weirdly wonderful structures. Traditional architectural masterpieces such as the buildings in Grand Place are amazing too. It’s a very busy part of the city, but there are many restaurants from which you can admire the beauty of this stunning little spot.



Barcelona, Spain:

We’ve talked about a couple of capitals, but let’s talk about an incredible city that isn’t a capital: Barcelona. It’s an incredible city that draws tourists from all over the world. For starters, huge chunks of the city were designed by the famous architect known as Gaudi. His influence is prevalent throughout Barcelona. Most notably, he designed the Sagrada Familia which is still being built to this day. It’s a spectacular cathedral unlike any other in the world, and you need to see it for yourself. You should also head up to the top of the Turó de la Rovira hill to admire the city. It’s a free way to admire Barcelona and get some fantastic pictures.