The language most widely spoken in the city is Italian, but there are also many people who can speak English well enough to provide basic information and are happy to do so.
Here are some notes from a native citizen of Rome, about interesting places to explore in one of Italy's finest cities. When you visit these places, imagine that you are on a tour of Rome with one of the locals. Take your rental car to all of these places.
Take a Stroll through the expanse of the Villa Borghese park. This is a large and central green space, similar to Central Park in New York city. Within the park, you will find a first Museum: Galleria Borghese.
Nearby, at the other entrance to the park, you will find a second Museum: Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Viale delle Belle Arti, 131, 00197 Roma 06 322981 (numbers may change over time).
For great local dining, try out these two Restaurants:
Other favourite places for the Roman man or woman about town include:
Do check with your Rome car rental agencies from CRX for current rules and regulations of driving in Italy.