Rome wasn't built in a day, nor does anyone expect you to see it in one either. From monuments and museums to churches and amazingly intact archeological sites, there's plenty to keep visitors of the Eternal City busy.
Museum buffs with a particular interest in some of the world's finest collection of Baroque and Renaissance art will certainly find plenty to do and marvel at inside the Vatican Museums. More of a modern and contemporary art type of person? Head to the new kid on the block, the MAXXI museum.
If you're a history buff interested in witnessing some of Ancient Rome's best preserved monuments, visiting the Colosseum and the Pantheon will certainly be on the top of your list. For those looking for a holier than thou experience, head to the mother of all churches, St. Peter's Basilica.
Or maybe you're coming to Rome to eat. If so, look no further than Eating Italy Food Tours. This unique Rome tour will have you eating for 4 hours on the streets of Rome in off the beaten track neighborhoods that locals cherish but tourists don't even dream about.
However you decide to spend your time in Rome, don't forget to stop every now and then and make an attempt to take it all in. It is after all, one of the most beautiful cities in the world and you'll be pinching yourself from the moment you arrive.