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The business traveler that reaches Rome can only feel small in front of the greatness of the history it breathes and the tangible Roman ruins visible. Rome is the city of great emperors, of landmarks that will make you marvel in wonder, and take your mind back to the Roman Empire. Of course, Rome is not all about ruins. There are hundreds of shops, cafes, and restaurants just waiting to serve you with a piece of the Italian life. If you have some time to spare in between meetings and keynotes, we will tell you exactly where to go.

Where to go when on a conference in Rome (Italy)

As expected, it is all about ancient history and architecture in Rome. The big highlights encompass the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the ruin-strewn Forum, the baroque Spanish Steps, iconic Trevi Fountain, the Vatican City, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and public squares, such as Piazza del Popolo and Piazza Navona.

If you have a morning to kill with a client in Rome, grab a table on the cobblestone street under the umbrellas outside at Caffe della Pace. It is great for people watching and sipping coffee on a slow Sunday morning. This cozy little corner café lures you with its beautiful old-world charm and sits off the Piazza Navona. So, when you are finished and need to get back to the office, hop on one of the many buses that run nearby in case you do not want to rent a car to brave the busy traffic.

When in the mood for a drink or two, visit Rome’s The First Luxury Art Hotel, which has a rooftop restaurant and bar. It is open from May to October and will treat you to fine views and a popular cocktail bar. Ever popular Cul de Sac is a wine bar with more than 1,000 labels from which to choose. Help and expert advice is available to those feeling a little overwhelmed.

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