Rome is known for its amazing architecture and great historical significance. Some of the popular monuments and landmarks in Rome are the Coliseum, which is the most ancient monument of Rome, the Roman Forum (Foro Romano), the Pantheon- one of the best preserved buildings-, the Trevi Fountain and St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest church in the world. Get ready to fall in love with Rome if you have an eye for scenic beauty and ancient architecture.
Another beautiful attraction in Rome is Piazza del Campidoglio, located at the Capitoline Hill, which was designed by Michael Angelo.
If you’re a fan of cycling, the Apian Way is the place for you. Apian Way is a biking trail, famous for being the place for top-class races.
The best way to enjoy Rome is to take it slow. Sit out at a cafe or gelatti store while you look at people pass by and listen their wonderful language.
Schools in Italy only hire teachers who apply in person. Everything in Italy is very personal and face to face, so employers want to meet you before they can consider you for the position. A EU passport and a TESOL certificate of at least 100 hours are necessary to teach English in Italy.