1) Visit the City
From the Colosseum, to the Vatican Museums, to the Imperial Forums, to St. Peter’s Basilica with Bernini’s colonnade, to the many churches all around the city: Rome is a cultural capital rich in attractions, and offers many options for culture lovers.
2) Eat well
In Rome there are many typical restaurants:
– the classic Roman cuisine of Armando at Pantheon
– the traditional Sora Lella restaurant
– the carbonara of the Hostaria Romana
– the Slow Food of the Grappolo D’Oro
And many other more or less known restaurants.
The list of venues affiliated with the Italy International Cake Show will be online soon.
Rome offers high-end shops and boutiques: many customers come here from all over Europe to shop!
The shops on Via del Corso, those near Piazza di Spagna, Via Cola di Renzo, Via degli Scipioni, Via Condotti: renowned boutique all over the world that offer the best of luxury brands and more.