Administrative capital of Italy, Rome is above all a major cultural destination thanks to its wealth of monuments, museums and archaeological sites.
There are two major airports in the city, Roma Fiumicino (38.2 million passengers in 2017, -1.7%) and Roma Ciampino (5.4 million passengers in 2017, +10.1%). However, the development of its air traffic remains hampered by Alitalia's difficulties and the current uncertainty as to whether Rome will remain the national airline's hub.
Rome and its surrounding area have a supply of around 17,316 chain rooms on January 1, 2018, down 3.0% over the previous year.
In 2016, until November 20, Rome hosted the Holy Year. Though the event did not enable Rome to record stronger growth than over the previous years, the capital yet managed to outperform the global trend of the Italian hotel market. Over the year, the performances of hotels went downhill.
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