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Visiting Rome is always a worthwhile experience, what with the many attractions that the city is known for. As one of Europe's centre of culture, Rome is a treasure trove of historical sites, art galleries and ancient landmarks. Rome is one of the major cities in Europe and as such, it is accessible via land transport through the Rome Rail Station, which services travellers coming in from other parts of Italy and major cities in Europe. From the train station, tourists can just arrange for a cheap car hire in Rome so they can explore the city more.

As one of the richest cities in the world in terms of history and culture, Rome is home to a number of historic attractions that date back to the ancient times. The ruins of Palatino and Forum where the Roman empire's seat of power was located is one popular attraction. While in the area, tourists can also explore the infamous Colosseum, another imposing landmark in the city.

After going through the ancient marble columns and ruins all over the city, tourists can take their car rental to the heart of Rome where they can find the Vatican. The Vatican City is more known as the Pope's residence. It is a country on its own, featuring its own collection of fine art collections and other historic treasures. Some of the most popular destinations around the Vatican include the St. Peter's Basilica where the Pope celebrates holy mass particularly on special holidays and the Sistine Chapel.

Another convenient aspect of arranging a car hire in Rome is the fact that one can easily get to other parts of the city without relying on the confusing public transport network. From the Vatican, tourists can drive up to the Baths of Caracella, one of the finest imperial baths that spans 10 hectares. It features a number of stores, food outlets, and gardens that every traveller will definitely enjoy.