Thanks to a mile bargain from Lufthansa, we really flew cheaply in the business class from Frankfurt to Rome, where we wanted to use the weekend for sightseeing.
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Things to know about Rome
Rome is the largest city in Italy with about three million inhabitants and the third largest city in the European Union. Rome was first called the “Eternal City” by the poet Tibull in the 1st century BC. The city is extremely rich in important buildings and museums and is the destination of many tourists. The Old Town, St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican City were declared world heritage sites by UNESCO in 1980.