Known as the Eternal City, you would need the rest of their life to explore the entirety of Rome. The port is located in Civitavecchia, an hour from the city and though it isn't the main attraction there are several sites to see, like the National Archaeological Museum and the 16th-century Michelangelo fortress. It would be impossible to mention all there is to see and do in Rome itself, but the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain are amongst the landmarks not to be missed. However, for those looking to get off the well travelled tourist track, Rome does have a few lesser known spots. Any cat lovers would be interested to know that the city has more than 300,000 cats, most living outside, leading to The Roman Cat Sanctuary being set up, while San Lorenzo is the place to go to experience a more alternative side to life in the city.
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