Life Style in Rome
Rome is a vibrant city, a center of culture, art and business. Walking through Rome is like stepping into the past, and experiencing the Story of a city and a culture that has influenced almost every part of the world.
Another aspect that makes Rome more than an interesting city is its variety of cultural events. Every month there are fairs, shows, concerts, cinema appointments and more.
Rome is famous throughout the world for its beauty with a unique natural environment and historical and artistic heritage to such an extent that it is called ‘ill bell Pease’ (beautiful country).Although nowadays Rome pulses with the beat of all international metropolis, you must take a < city breaks in Rome, its people largely retain the original character, blending the new traits with the old ones.
Youngsters tend to live life in full. On one hand they get their share of "La Dolce Vita", in a most relaxed fashion. They are passionate football fans, and they love scooters - apparently reckless as Valentino Rossi, they also know when it's time to drive carefully. Romans just love gatherings and rallies. Although they will possibly inconvenience your visit, they are also spectacular and give you a cross-section of the incredibly witty and humorous Italian popular spirit. Romans, like all Italians, are masters of adaptability and resort to any expedient to survive, or to put lunch and dinner together.
The upper classes naturally are far more mannerly and sophisticated, spending or squandering their time in a most intriguing lifestyle. Yet in Rome the old popular cultural traits are a highly considered reference for all.
Another aspect that makes Rome more than an interesting city is its variety of cultural events. Every month there are fairs, shows, concerts, cinema appointments and more....Yet the personality of the Romans is more complex and distinctively with many contrasting aspects. Are you wondering how it feels to sit down in a "Bar" in front of the Coliseum, drinking a beer while admiring the power of this ancient monument? The best way to know it, it’s just trying it!
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