Rome was once the capital of the world and the Roman Empire stretched to cover a vast chunk of the globe. The impact of its civilisation still echoes throughout the world and people flock here to experience the culture, the architecture, the art and, of course, the delicious food. The city is also home to the Vatican City and this alone draws in millions of visitors.
There are plenty of timeshare resales opportunities available in and around the Rome area and most of the big holiday exchange companies have a presence here. City breaks are more popular than ever, as people want to get away from the traditional beach holiday and want to experience a little more in their precious time away from the hum drum of every day life. This is great news for people who own timeshare here but who want to move on, as the timeshare resales market for Roman property is still seeing plenty of activity.
There are so many 'must-see' places in Rome that it's best to make a visit plan rather than to aimlessly wander. This ensures that you'll get to spend time visiting the attractions that mean the most to you and enables you to spend a decent amount of time at each rather than just rushing through an extensive list. There is just too much to see in a short space of time, so be prepared for the fact that you simply won't do everything in one visit. This is one of the many reasons why people choose to own timeshare here, as this means they can enjoy the city year on year.
Rome is also a great place to have a base in order to take day trips to some of the surrounding areas. From sites of religious significance, such as the Umbrian town of Assisi, to archaeological wonders such as Herculaneum or Pompeii, there is just as much to discover in Rome's immediate vicinity as there is in the city itself. Many timeshare resales opportunities are situated on Rome's outskirts, making the possibility of heading out into the country even more attractive to visitors.
Whether it is religion, history, art or food that attracts you to Italy in general and Rome in particular, you will not be disappointed with a stay here. There is, of course, always the alternative of shopping until you drop amongst some of the most exclusive designer shops in the world - another favourite Italian activity. If the price tags here are a little out of reach, there is nothing to stop you from enjoying a little bit of window shopping, or even some people watching whilst sitting outside a café, sipping a cappuccino.