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Win a Summer holiday to Rome


Would you like a holiday to one of the most photogenic cities in the world, Rome? MyOffers is giving away a summer holiday for two, flights and accommodation included. One lucky winner gets to jet off to the ancient city with a modern twist.

The Italian capital is one of the best destinations for food lovers, home of pasta and thin, crispy pizzas, Nutella pastries and world famous ice cream, gelato. Italians take their ice cream very seriously, there is countless of tastes available with centuries of experience, after all it was an Italian who perfected the first ice cream machine in 1686.

Rome is the home of the Vatican, the Trevi fountain, St Peter's square and of course the Colosseum which is perhaps the best preserved monuments of Ancient Rome, a huge marble structure that was built to hold more than 50,000 spectators to witness contests of might and slaughter of beasts.

Definitely a must see whilst in Rome.

Whilst in Rome, you can do a day trip to Pompeii where visitors can freely explore the ruins of this once grand Roman city that got destroyed when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D.

Enjoy the nightlife and entertainment which is unique in Rome, as the weather is mild most part of the year, almost every square turns into a big outdoor bar at nights. Party with the locals and grab a snack and a hot cappuccino on your way back to your hotel, this is the Roman way.

Enter for your chance to win a summer holiday to Rome; MyOffers will contact the lucky winner after this opportunity closes on 31st August 2018. Prize Draw closes 31/08/2018

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