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Report on tourism in Italy Rome

Rome City Tour, Self Guided Italy Trip..With details

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A travel guide prepared During my visit (Roman Holiday?) to the capital of Italy (Rome) in May 2009. One of the most ‘liveliest’ and Colorful City of Europe. Wonderful architectures spread throughout the Big city

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The Rome Encounter guide gives you twice the city in half the time. Rome is the original blockbuster city, at once eternal and vibrantly contemporary. Explore its artistic heritage, savour its tastes – this is la dolce vita, baby!

This pared-down number is ideal for quick trips – it’s less accommodation, more neighbourhood highlights and the best of local knowledge.

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full-colour pull-out map and detailed neighbourhood maps for easy navigation
our Italian author recommends the very best sights, restaurants, shops and entertainment
unique itineraries and highlights help you plan the perfect short break in the Eternal City
local experts reveal Rome’s secrets: from leading archaeologist Fausto Zevi to Francesco Apreda, Executive Chef at on-trend Imàgo

Visiting Italy about 43.7 million tourists a year as it is the fourth largest recipient of tourism in the world and fifth visit to the country after France (76.0 million) and Spain (55.6 million) and the United States (49.4 million) and China (46.8 million). Tourists visiting Italy in the first place for her art and rich cuisine, history, fashion, culture and beautiful coastline and beaches, mountains and ancient monuments, which are invaluable, especially of Greek civilization and culture of Romania. Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors in Italy and most profitable with revenues estimated at 42.7 billion dollars.

turismo in Italia è una delle attività più redditizie del Paese (12% del PIL totale), grazie alle sue bellezze artistiche, storiche, archeologiche, naturalistiche e paesaggistiche. Il paese era, nel 2009, il quinto più visitato nel mondo con 43,2 milioni di turisti in arrivo, una cifra in linea con gli anni precedenti 2008 e al 2007 (42,7, e 43,7 milioni di turisti)

-يزور إيطاليا نحو 43.7 مليون سائح سنوياً حيث أنها رابع أكبر مستفيد من السياحة في العالم و خامس البلاد زيارة بعد فرنسا (76.0 مليون) و إسبانيا (55.6 مليون) و الولايات المتحدة (49.4 مليون) و الصين (46.8 مليون). يزور السياح إيطاليا في المقام الأول لفنها الغني و المطبخ و التاريخ و الأزياء والثقافة و سواحلها الجميلة و الشواطئ و الجبال و الآثار القديمة التي لا تقدر بثمن لا سيما من الحضارة اليونانية والحضارة الرومانية. السياحة هي واحدة من أسرع القطاعات نمواً في إيطاليا وأكثرها ربحية مع عائدات تقدر بنحو 42.7 مليار دولار.

Legislazione Italiana

La “legge quadro per il turismo e interventi per il potenziamento e la qualificazione dell’offerta turistica” (legge 17 maggio 1983 n.217) ha rappresentato il primo punto fondamentale per il riconoscimento ufficiale del settore turistico in Italia. Questa legge conteneva, infatti, per la prima volta una serie di norme generali, uguali in tutto il Paese, che costituivano l’ambito nel quale le Regioni avrebbero provveduto a regolamentare il turismo italiano. Così, a seguito della legge-quadro, numerose sono state le Regioni che hanno adeguato la propria normativa locale alle disposizioni nazionali. All’inizio del nuovo millennio, però, vi è stata une svolta essenziale nella legislazione turistica italiana: Nel 2001 sono state emanate la legge costituzionale del titolo V (legge costituzionale 18 ottobre 2001 n.3) e la legge 29 marzo 2001 n.135 di “riforma della legislazione nazionale del turismo” con relativa abrogazione della legge-quadro 217/1983 tramite decreto del 22 settembre 2002. La nuova legge costituzionale risulta significativa perché modifica profondamente il titolo V della Costituzione, relativo agli enti territoriali, assegnando alle Regioni la piena autonomia legislativa ed amministrativa in ambito turistico (il quale non rientra nelle 17 materie espressamente riservate alla potestà esclusiva statale). Le legge n.135/2001 è altrettanto importante in quanto composta da 12 articoli che regolamentano gli ambiti di competenze, le imprese e le professioni turistiche, la realizzazione della Conferenza nazionale del turismo, la promozione dei diritti del turista, la creazione dei Sistemi turistici locali, del Fondo di cofinanziamento dell’offerta turistica, le semplificazioni per il rilascio delle autorizzazioni alle strutture ricettive e l’stituzione del Fondo di rotazione per il prestito e il risparmio turistico

Introducing Rome

No other city comes close. It may no longer be caput mundi (capital of the world), but Rome is an epic, bubbling-over metropolis harbouring lost empires. One visit and you’ll be hooked. Rome has a glorious monumentality that it wears without reverence. Its architectural heirlooms are buzzed around by car and Vespa as if they were no more than traffic islands.

Hidden Rome

One of the great pleasures of a visit to Rome is seeking out its hidden treasures, places that only the savviest of Romans know. Here is a selection of the city’s best-kept secrets.

St Peter’s Basilica receives up to 20,000 visitors a day. However, there are other great basilicas in Rome that are magnificent, huge and exquisite, yet have astoundingly little tourist traffic. For instance, take the Metro out a few stops to San Paolo Fuori le Mura (Via Ostiense 190), the third-largest church in Christendom, and you may well be the only visitor. It’s humbling in its vast scale, mostly 19th century, with a 5th-century triumphal arch that dates from its original incarnation and medieval Cosmati mosaics in the cloister.

Another gloriously beautiful patriarchal basilica is that of San Lorenzo Fuori le Mura (Piazzale San Lorenzo) in the university district of San Lorenzo. Arguably one of Rome’s loveliest churches, with a stark, haunting beauty, it receives just the occasional visitor, which only adds to its atmosphere.

Italian Republic | Repubblica Italiana
Background:

Italy became a nation-state belatedly – in 1861 when the city-states of the peninsula, along with Sardinia and Sicily, were united under King Victor EMMANUEL.
An era of parliamentary government came to a close in the early 1920s when Benito MUSSOLINI established a Fascist dictatorship. His disastrous alliance with Nazi Germany led to Italy’s defeat in World War II.
A democratic republic replaced the monarchy in 1946 and economic revival followed. Italy was a charter member of NATO and the European Economic Community (EEC). It has been at the forefront of European economic and political unification, joining the European Monetary Union in 1999.
Persistent problems include illegal immigration, the ravages of organized crime, corruption, high unemployment, and the low incomes and technical standards of southern Italy compared with the more prosperous north.

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