Book your train ticket london > Rome
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Why you should go to Rome by train
At only 15h15 from London with the high-speed TGV train, Rome (Italy) is told to be a city of history. Discover the charming city of Rome, often dubbed as a historical city. Keep an eye out for La Voce Dell’opera that puts on festivals at different times of the year. Renowned for its art museums like Palazzo Altemps, Palazzo Doria Pamphilj or Galleria Colonna, Rome is one of the most artistic cities of Europe! Don’t miss the Piazza Navone, the Piazza Santa Maria or the Piazza del Campidoglio during your stay. The Keats-Shelley House, the Quirinale and the Antiquarium and Arch of Titus are steeped in history. Rome has also magnificent cathedrals and churches, such as Chiesa di Santa Maria Maddalena, Abbazia delle Tre Fontane or Basilica S. Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri. Every year, the Palazzo Farnese, the Barberini Palace and the Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument attract visitors from all around the world. The ancient ruins of Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, Diocletian Bath and the Octagonal Hall or Teatro di Marcello give the city its historical charm. And why not explore the magnificent Via Sacra, the Aventine Hill, or the Piazza Venezia. To discover more about the city’s cultural and historical aspects, you have to visit Vittoriano Museum Complex, the National Roman Museum — Palazzo Massimo alle Terme or the Sistine chapel. To enjoy an amazing view of the city, there is no better place than the Roma dal Cielo Terrazza delle Quadrighe. If you are travelling with children, you should take some time to stop by museums such as the Explora.